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Larisa SHEPITKO
Лариса ШЕПИТЬКО
Larissa CHEPITKO
 
USSR (Kyrgyzstan), 1963, 85 mn 
Black and white, fiction

Heat

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Зной

 

 Chaleur torride

 Znoy


 
Directed by : Larisa SHEPITKO (Лариса ШЕПИТЬКО)
Writing credits : Semyon LUNGIN (Семён ЛУНГИН), Ilya NUSINOV (Илья НУСИНОВ), Iosif OLSHANSKY (Иосиф ОЛЬШАНСКИЙ), Irina POVOLOTSKAYA (Ирина ПОВОЛОЦКАЯ), Larisa SHEPITKO (Лариса ШЕПИТЬКО)
 
Cast
Bolotbek SHAMSHIEV (Болотбек ШАМШИЕВ)
Klara YUSUPZHANOVA (Клара ЮСУПЖАНОВА)
Nurmukhan ZHANTURIN (Нурмухан ЖАНТУРИН)
 
Cinematography : Vladimir ARKHANGELSKY (Владимир АРХАНГЕЛЬСКИЙ), Yuri SOKOL (Юрий СОКОЛ)
Production design : Aleksey MAKAROV (2) (Алексей МАКАРОВ (2))
Music : Roman LEDENEV (Роман ЛЕДЕНЕВ)
Sound : Tolomush OKEYEV (Толомуш ОКЕЕВ), Yuri SHEIN (Юрий ШЕЙН)
 

Awards :
Prix de la meilleure réalisation au Festival national de l'URSS, 1964

Plot synopsis
Apart from Kira Muratova (see BRIEF ENCOUNTERS), Larisa Shepitko was the Soviet Union's preeminent female director. HEAT, her third feature, is a story of an idealistic high school graduate who goes to work on a state farm, only to clash with its authoritarian, tractor-driving leader. The impulse to volunteer manual labor to the countryside was one of the key tropes of the 60s mythology- a return to the "real spirit" of the first five-year plan- and the tyrannical Abakir is clearly coded as a Stalinist figure; not that HEAT isn't also, on some level, a bit of a cowboy showdown. Based on a story by Chingiz Aitmatov, the film took the award for Best Direction at the 1964 Leningrad Film Festival and won the Grand Prize at the new director symposium in Karlovy Vary.
Source : www.seagullfilms.com
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic), 2015
- Institut Lumière - Hommage à Larissa Chepitko, Lyon (France), 2015
- Festival "Vivat Kino Rossii", St Petersburg (Russia), 2013
- Festival ''Cinema and literature'', Gatchina (Russia), 2012
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2005


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