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Dust Dust DVD cover Directed by Milčo Mančevski Written by Milčo Mančevski Starring Joseph Fiennes David Wenham Release date(s) 2001 (Venice Film Festival) Running time 127 minutes Country Macedonia Language Macedonian / English Dust (Macedonian: Прашина, Latinic: Prašina; Prashina) is a 2001 Macedonian film starring Joseph Fiennes, David Wenham, Adrian Lester, Anne Brochet, Nikolina Kujača, Vera Farmiga and Rosemary Murphy. It was directed and written by Milčo Mančevski. The music was created by Kiril Džajkovski. Synopsis Shifting periodically between two parallel stories, Dust opens in present-day New York City with a young criminal, Edge (Adrian Lester), being confronted at gunpoint by an ailing old woman, Angela (Rosemary Murphy), whose apartment he is attempting to burglarize. While he awaits an opportunity to escape, she launches into a tale about two outlaw brothers, at the turn of the 20th century, who travel to Ottoman-controlled Macedonia. The two brothers have transient ill will between them, and they become estranged when confronted with a beautiful woman, Lilith (Anne Brochet). In the New York storyline, Edge hunts for Angela's gold to pay back a debt, and gradually grows closer to her. In the Macedonian story, the brothers end up fighting for opposite sides of a revolution, with the religious Elijah (Joseph Fiennes) taking up sides with the Ottoman sultan and gunslinger Luke (David Wenham) joining "the Teacher" (Vlado Jovanovski), a Macedonian rebel. Awards and nominations The film was nominated for a Golden Reel Award. External links and references Dust at the Internet Movie Database This article related to a Macedonian film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e