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Tolomush OKEYEV
Толомуш ОКЕЕВ
Tolomouch OKEEV
 
USSR, 1973, 97 mn 
Colour, fiction

The Fierce One

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Directed by : Tolomush OKEYEV (Толомуш ОКЕЕВ)
Writing credits : Andrei KONCHALOVSKY (Андрей КОНЧАЛОВСКИЙ), Eduard TROPININ (Эдуард ТРОПИНИН)
 
Cast
Suimenkul CHOKMOROV (Суйменкул ЧОКМОРОВ)
Aliman DZHANGOROSOVA (Алиман ДЖАНГОРОЗОВА)
Nurjuman IKHTYMBAEV (Нуржуман ИХТЫМБАЕВ)
Karambai SATAEV (Карагамбай САТАЕВ)
Kambar VALIEV (Камбар ВАЛИЕВ)
 
Cinematography : Kydyrzhan KYDARLIEV (Кыдыржан КЫДАРЛИЕВ)
Production design : Viktor LEDNEV (Виктор ЛЕДНЕВ)
Music : Dungenbai BOTBAEV (Дунгенбай БОТБАЕВ)
Production : Studio Kazakhfilm (КАЗАХФИЛЬМ)
 

Awards :
Diplôme au Festival de Locarno, 1974
Prix du Festival de Bakou, 1974

Plot synopsis
When Tolomush Okeev passed away at the age of 66 in late 2001, the Kirghiz Film Studio was renamed in his honor. Which is as it should be, because he was a powerfully gifted and dedicated artist who served his country and its film industry well. Okeev was one of the greatest outdoor filmmakers who ever lived: he deserves a place alongside Jean Epstein and Terrence Malick. Anyone can set up a camera in front of a mountaintop and get a majestic image. But Okeev filmed the Kirghiz mountains and deserts with an intimate knowledge and the keenest sensitivity. The action in his films is always keyed to the landscape in a way that appears effortless, no matter how painstakingly wrought: he knows every crack, every crevice, all the cruelty and all the beauty of a life lived under the open sky. This 1973 film, written by Andrei Konchalovsky, may well be Okeev's masterpiece. It's the story of a boy who raises a wolf cub, and learns quickly about savagery of the animal and human variety. No one beside Bresson has understood the essential character of an animal so well. And there are sequences here - a pack of wolves raiding a herd of sheep by night, a wolf hunt on horseback, and the snowscapes of the last section of the movie - that will make your hair stand on end. Warning: the films contains explicit scenes of violence to animals.
Source : www.seagullfilms.com
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2005


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