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Lev KULESHOV
Лев КУЛЕШОВ
Lev KOULECHOV
 
USSR, 1936  
Black and white, fiction

Dokhunda

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Дохунда

 

 Dokhounda

 Dokhunda


 
Directed by : Lev KULESHOV (Лев КУЛЕШОВ)
Writing credits : Osip BRIK (Осип БРИК)
 
Cast
Sergey KOMAROV (Сергей КОМАРОВ)
Tasia RAKHMANOVA (Тася РАХМАНОВА)
Semyon SVASHENKO (Семён СВАШЕНКО)
Camille YARMATOV (Камиль ЯРМАТОВ)
 
Cinematography : Konstantin KUZNETSOV (Константин КУЗНЕЦОВ)
 

Plot synopsis
(in translation from Tadjik "poor man", "tramp"), 1936, 60 min The legendary film by Lev Kuleshov, an adaptation of the novel by Sadriddin Aini, which should have become the first Central Asian full-length feature film, but remained unfinished. This work strongly influenced the creation of an original style of Central Asian cinematography during the Soviet period. It has been restored on the basis of the original directorís script illustrated with photos of the actors during rehearsals.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Festival "Polka. liberated cinema", Moscow (Russia), 2011
- 'Il Cinema Ritrovato' Festival, Bologna (Italy), 2008
- Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 2006

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