Good Boys go to Heaven and Bad Boys go to Europe (2009) 

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Fabrice Renucci

"Good Boys.." takes us on a candid tour of russian youth culture...their dreams, their reality and the many suprising misconceptions of life in Tomsk, the cultural Athens of Siberia, in the 21st century, where a veritable renaissance is taking place.

Fabrice Renucci

Fabrice is a young French film director from Toulon, France. After his film studies at the Universite du Sud in Southern France, Fabrice wrote Urban Alienation in the Films of Woody Allen, his Master's Degree thesis, at Muskingum University, in Ohio.

He then travelled throughout over sixty countries for a couple of years and co-directed The Spirit of Travelling, a short documentary clip about why people travel. In 2008, Fabrice started to work with [No-Comment], a Danish production company. In that year, he co-produced and co-directed Paris 888 , a documentary about hitchhiking. In the same year, he wrote, produced and directed Good Boys go to Heaven and Bad Boys go to Europe, a documentary about the future of the new Siberian generation.

In May 2010, Fabrice co organized the 1st edition of the Road Junky Travel Film Festival, a successful event attended by over 500 visitors. Later that month, he directed two commercials for Citroen and Toni Guy- produced by Worbz.

Fabrice is a Berlin-based creative writer and video journalist for Worbz, an online Belgian magazine.

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on November 14, 2010 at 7:43pm

Great documentary on a place not many know about! These young people are so intelligent and ambitious, they fill me with hope for the future of Russia.


on November 05, 2010 at 7:31am

vodo is a great torrant site

Jeroen De Dauw

on October 22, 2010 at 7:06pm

In soviet Russia, Europe goes to good boys.


on October 03, 2010 at 4:49pm

I can relate. I live next to russia...