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Yuri YEGOROV
Юрий ЕГОРОВ
Youri EGOROV
 
1980, 77 mn 
Colour, fiction

Once upon a time twenty years after

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Однажды двадцать лет спустя

 

 Un jour vingt ans après

 Odnazhdy dvadtsat let spustya


 
Directed by : Yuri YEGOROV (Юрий ЕГОРОВ)
Writing credits : Arkadi ININ (Аркадий ИНИН), Yuri YEGOROV (Юрий ЕГОРОВ)
 
Cast
Oleg EFREMOV (Олег ЕФРЕМОВ) ...Ilia Nikolaïevitch
Natalia GUNDAREVA (Наталья ГУНДАРЕВА) ...Nadia Krouglova
Yevgeni LAZAREV (Евгений ЛАЗАРЕВ) ...Youri Vichnevski
Viktor PROSKURIN (Виктор ПРОСКУРИН) ...Kirill Krouglov
Valentina TITOVA (Валентина ТИТОВА) ...Lenotchka Amossova
 
Text of songs : Robert ROZHDESTVENSKY (Роберт РОЖДЕСТВЕНСКИЙ)
Cinematography : Aleksandr KOVALCHUK (Александр КОВАЛЬЧУК), Nikolay PUCHKOV (Николай ПУЧКОВ)
Production design : Anatoli ANFILOV (Анатолий АНФИЛОВ)
Music : Mark FRADKIN (Марк ФРАДКИН)
Sound : Dmitriy BOGOLEPOV (Дмитрий БОГОЛЕПОВ)
 

DVD with subtitles
Editeur : Ruscico.
Langue : RU, sous-titres : EN, RU
Bonus : Interviews de Arkadi Inine et Victor Proskourine
film sur Natalia Goundareva

Plot synopsis
Former classmates meet before the camera of a television program. Slava is an architect, Anya a scholar, Marina an actress, Tolya a Navy officer… Only their class head, Nadya Kruglova, has not achieved any position – she is simply the mother of ten redhaired kids…
Natalya Gundareva was one of the most famous Soviet screen stars of the 1970s-1980s. An actress of polyphonic gift, she portrayed, more often than not, women who were not very fortunate in love. The entire country sympathized with the ill luck of her Nadka (“Hello and Goodbye”) and citizen Nikanorova, the hard-earned happiness of Vera (“Dormitory Provided for Singles”) and Nina (“Autumn Marathon”), the wretched life of the “Sweet Woman”… In this lyrical family epic, Gundareva’s heroine is for once truly and unconditionally happy. And it so much becomes her!
Source : www.ruscico.com
 


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