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Tatyana LIOZNOVA
Татьяна ЛИОЗНОВА
Tatiana LIOZNOVA
 
USSR, 1981, 141 mn 
Colour, fiction

Carnival

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Карнавал

 

 Carnaval

 Karnaval


 
Directed by : Tatyana LIOZNOVA (Татьяна ЛИОЗНОВА)
Writing credits : Tatyana LIOZNOVA (Татьяна ЛИОЗНОВА), Anna RODIONOVA (Анна РОДИОНОВА)
 
Cast
Aleksandr ABDULOV (Александр АБДУЛОВ) ...Nikita
Valentina ANANYNA (Валентина АНАНЬИНА)
Vladimir BALASHOV (Владимир БАЛАШОВ)
Klara LUCHKO (Клара ЛУЧКО) ...Jozefina Viktorovna
Yelena MAKSIMOVA (Елена МАКСИМОВА)
Aleksandr MIKHAYLOV (Александр МИХАЙЛОВ)
Irina MURAVIOVA (Ирина МУРАВЬЕВА)
Mariya SKVORTSOVA (Мария СКВОРЦОВА)
Lidia SMIRNOVA (Лидия СМИРНОВА)
Valentina TITOVA (Валентина ТИТОВА) ...Maitresse de la maison
Vera VASILYEVA (Вера ВАСИЛЬЕВА)
Yuri YAKOVLEV (Юрий ЯКОВЛЕВ) ...Solomatine
 
Cinematography : Pyotr KATAEV (Пётр КАТАЕВ)
Songs : Zhanna ROZHDESTVENSKAYA (Жанна РОЖДЕСТВЕНСКАЯ)
Production design : Boris DULENKOV (Борис ДУЛЕНКОВ), Vladimir PASTERNAK (Владимир ПАСТЕРНАК)
Music : Maksim DUNAEVSKY (Максим ДУНАЕВСКИЙ)
Sound : Vadim NABATNIKOV (Вадим НАБАТНИКОВ)
Production : Gorky Film Studio
 

DVD with subtitles
Editeur : Ruscico. 2000.
langue : RU
Sous-titres : RU EN FR ES IT DE
Bonus :
- Interview : Irina Mouraviova
- Photos

Plot synopsis
A naïve girl from a provincial town, dreaming of becoming an actress, goes to Moscow to enroll in a theatre school. She fails at the entrance exams, however she meets new friends and experiences first love…
Source : www.ruscico.com
 

Commentaries and bibliography
 
The most titled lady of national film directing, Tatiana Lioznova (“Three Poplars at Plyushchikha”, “Seventeen Moments of Spring”), first tried her hand at the genre of musical film show (the synthesis of circus, variety, drama and musical). As a result, the film made the top ten list of most popular films in 1982. In a large part, the film owed its success to the casting of the nationally popular Irina Muravyova (“Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears”) in the lead. Especially for that role, the actress lost weight, learned to roller-skate, and delivered a lively, enjoyable and brilliant performance as a funny, yet determined “girl with a character”. With this role, Muravyova had secured the reputation of the best actress of Soviet cinema of the early 1980s.
Source : www.ruscico.com

Selected in the following festivals :
- Festival Rivages-Russie-Evénements, Paris (France), 2015
- Festival "Vivat Kino Rossii", St Petersburg (Russia), 2009

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