Translated from the magazine 'Cinema-Russia'
"The talented screenwriter and director Chris Solimine is the most interesting filmmaker to emerge from what we like to call the "Konchalovsky School" of Cinema in Russia. Though an American, with Moscow Chill Solimine has made a film that is not loaded with Western banality, but filled with Russian color and flavor.
Like Andron Konchalovsky, Mr. Solimine takes the time in his visual approach to include interesting details, draw his characters well, and take us on a journey with his American protagonist.
There are several twists to the plot about a Computer hacker (Norman Reedus) brought to Moscow, which keep the viewer guessing. You certainly will not regret going to see Moscow Chill. It is a work that is sometimes tough, sometimes brutal, but always touching and sincere. In this cold winter it is like a warm, refreshing sip of good cinema."