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Yolande ZAUBERMAN
Иоланд ЗАУБЕРМАН
Yolande ZAUBERMAN
 
Russia / Belarus / France, 1993, 105 mn 
Colour, fiction

Ya Ivan, ty Abram

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Я Иван, ты Абрам

 

 Moi Ivan, toi Abraham

 Ya Ivan, ty Abram


 
Directed by : Yolande ZAUBERMAN (Иоланд ЗАУБЕРМАН)
Writing credits : Yolande ZAUBERMAN (Иоланд ЗАУБЕРМАН)
 
Cast
Roman ALEKSANDROVICH (Роман АЛЕКСАНДРОВИЧ) ...Abram
Larisa BORODINA (Лариса БОРОДИНА) ...Mordkhe
Rolan BYKOV (Ролан БЫКОВ)
Zinovi GERDT (Зиновий ГЕРДТ)
Valery IVCHENKO (Валерий ИВЧЕНКО)
Aleksandr KALYAGIN (Александр КАЛЯГИН) ...Mordkhe
Mariya LIPKINA (Мария ЛИПКИНА) ...Rachelle
Vladimir MASHKOV (Владимир МАШКОВ) ...Avron
Daniel OLBRYCHSKI (Даниэль ОЛЬБРЫХСКИЙ)
Sergey RUSKIN (Сергей РУССКИН)
Aleksey SEREBRIAKOV (Алексей СЕРЕБРЯКОВ)
Sasha YAKOVLEV (Саша ЯКОВЛЕВ) ...Ivan
Oleg YANKOVSKY (Олег ЯНКОВСКИЙ) ...Prince
 
Cinematography : Jean-Marc FABRE (Жан-Марк ФАБР)
Production design : Aleksandr SADOSKIN (Александр САДОСКИН)
 

Plot synopsis
In 1930s Poland, it was traditional for some Christian boys to live for a time with Jewish families in order to learn a trade from Jewish craftsmen. For this reason, Ivan has gone to live on a large estate with Abraham and his family, has learned Yiddish, and has become Abraham's best friend. But the anti-Semitism born of poverty, ignorance, and superstition is fierce in this community of and the two boys run away into the countryside to flee an imminent conflict. Journeying together in a menacing environment, they reveal their innocence and inseparability.
Source IMBd
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Festival de Cannes, Cannes (France), 1993


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