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Vladimir MOTYL
Владимир МОТЫЛЬ
Vladimir MOTYL
 
USSR (Tajikistan), 1963, 76 mn 
Colour, fiction

Deti Pamyra

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Дети Памира

 

 Les Enfants du Pamir

 Deti Pamyra


 
Directed by : Vladimir MOTYL (Владимир МОТЫЛЬ)
Writing credits : Inna FILIMONOVA (Инна ФИЛИМОНОВА), M. MIRSHAKAR (М. МИРШАКАР)
 
Cast
Valery LEBEDEV (Валерий ЛЕБЕДЕВ)
Bodurbek MIRZOBEKOV (Бодурбек МИРЗОБЕКОВ)
Nina SANDALOVA (Нина САНДАЛОВА)
Oleg TULAEV (Олег ТУЛАЕВ)
 
Cinematography : Boris SEREDIN (Борис СЕРЕДИН)
Production design : David ILYABAYEV (Давид ИЛЬЯБАЕВ)
Music : Karen KHACHATURIAN (Карен ХАЧАТУРЯН)
Production : Tadjikfilm
 
Format : 35 mm

Plot synopsis
In this remote hamlet of the Pamir mountains "roof of the world", the Soviet government was only established in 1923. Everyone has his own understanding of such government. For the children, it means school, the very first one created in the place, and the young headmaster who initiates them to a new life, a marvellous world ignored unttil then, a world of knowledge, honesty and justice…
This adaptation of M. Mirchakar's poem Lenine in the Pamir merges with great originality elements of silent movies and talkies. Drawings made of chalk, animation sequences, acting of the young children, Khatchaturian's music, everything contributes to make this film which also depicts the revolution in Tajikistan, one of the most essential work of Tajik cinema of that time.
Source : www.cinemas-asie.com/
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Festival of Archive Films, Belye Stolby (Russia), 2011
- "Vladimir Motyl - known and unknown, Moscow (Russia), 2010
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2010

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Source : russiancinema.ru
 


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