Production info

Aziris Nuna
Russia, 2006

Fillip Adeyev, Roman Kirimov, Vyacheslav Grishechkin
Directed by Oleg Kompasov


A fantasy adventure, Aziris Nuna is set in an alternate reality that sees the architecture of Moscow blended with Egyptian temples and pyramids. The film tells the story of a pair of brothers, the children of a museum employee. When the pair learns that there are some new Egyptian artifacts in the museum storage room, they sneak out in the middle of the night to take a look for themselves. But they get more than they bargained for… there’s a vengeful mummy come to life, and hidden within a large statue, they discover a dormant spaceship that whisks them into outer space, where they are accompanied on a series of adventures by an ancient sphinx. (source:

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