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Elier ISHMUKHAMEDOV
Эльер ИШМУХАМЕДОВ
Elier ICHMOUKHAMEDOV
 
USSR, 1966, 74 mn 
Black and white, fiction

Tenderness

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 Tendresse

 Nezhnost


 
Directed by : Elier ISHMUKHAMEDOV (Эльер ИШМУХАМЕДОВ)
Writing credits : Odelsha AGISHEV (Одельша АГИШЕВ)
 
Cast
Rovshan AGDAMOV (Ровшан АГДАМОВ) ...Saniar
Madina MAKHMUDOVA (Мадина МАХМУДОВА) ...Mamoura
Rodion NAKHAPETOV (Родион НАХАПЕТОВ) ...Timour
Rustam SAGDULLAEV (Рустам САГДУЛЛАЕВ)
Mariya STERNIKOVA (Мария СТЕРНИКОВА) ...Lena
 
Cinematography : Dilshat FATKHULIN (Дильшат ФАТХУЛИН)
Production design : Mahomed CHOCHIYEV (Магомет ЧОЧИЕВ)
Music : Bogdan TROTYUK (Богдан ТРОЦЮК)
Production : Ouzbek-Film
Release date in Russia : 01/08/1967
 

Awards :
Prix du Festival de Locarno, 1966

Plot synopsis
Elyer Ishmukhamedov's 1967 film was deeply influenced by and tuned into the French New Wave and the latest currents in Italian cinema, and there are long stretches in this incandescent film where you might think you're watching a lost Fellini classic. It's summertime in Tashkent, and these three intertwined stories of young love (the first sharing the name of the film itself, the other two named after their heroines, Lena and Mamura) seem to float over the screen like gossamer on a warm breeze. TENDERNESS is filled with unforgettable passages and images, and it's a guarantee you'll go home dreaming of its central image of boys and girls happily lounging in their inner tubes as they float down a river.
Source : www.seagullfilms.com
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2007
- Vesoul International Asiatic Film Festival, Vesoul (France), 2006


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