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Sergey MIROSHNICHENKO
Сергей МИРОШНИЧЕНКО
Sergueï MIROCHNITCHENKO
 
Russia, 2005, 70 mn 
Colour, documentary

Yuz, Jazz, Irka and the Dog

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Юз, джаз, Ирка и пёс

 

 Yuz, jazz. Irka et le chien

 Yuz, jazz, Irka i pyos


 
Directed by : Sergey MIROSHNICHENKO (Сергей МИРОШНИЧЕНКО)
Writing credits : Sergey MIROSHNICHENKO (Сергей МИРОШНИЧЕНКО)
 

Plot synopsis
During the Soviet era, the entire country sang "Soviet Easter Song" and other songs, rumored to be "street" songs. Few knew that these songs had an author - Yuz Aleshkovsky. Having traveled from East to West, he became a famous writer in a country that is still considered the most well-read in the world. The concepts of Freedom and Creativity are not mere philosophical ideas for him but, simply put - his life's credo. The genre of this film by Sergei Miroshnichenko can be defined as a "lyrical post-Soviet comedy with a shade of drama".
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Russian Documentary Film Festival in New York (Tribeca), New York (USA), 2010


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