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Konstantin LOPUSHANSKY
Константин ЛОПУШАНСКИЙ
Konstantin LOPOUCHANSKI
 
USSR / Germany, 1989, 136 mn 
Colour, fiction

The Museum Visitor

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Посетитель музея

 

 Le Visiteur du musée

 Posetitel Muzeia


 
Directed by : Konstantin LOPUSHANSKY (Константин ЛОПУШАНСКИЙ)
Writing credits : Konstantin LOPUSHANSKY (Константин ЛОПУШАНСКИЙ)
 
Cast
Viktor MIKHAILOV (2) (Виктор МИХАЙЛОВ (2)) ...the visitor
Vadim LOBANOV (Вадим ЛОБАНОВ)
Vera MAYOROVA (Вера МАЙОРОВА)
Irina RAKSHINA (Ирина РАКШИНА)
Iosif RYKLIN (Иосиф РЫКЛИН)
 
Cinematography : Nikolay POKOPSEV (Николай ПОКОПЦЕВ)
Production design : Valery YURKEVICH (Валерий ЮРКЕВИЧ)
Music : Alfred SHNITKE (Альфред ШНИТКЕ)
Sound : Leonid GAVRICHENKO (Леонид ГАВРИЧЕНКО)
Production : Lenfilm, Troitskiy Most, Goskino, TSSM Filmproduktsion
A G. (Suisse), Chaîne 2 de la télévision allemande
 

Awards :
Prix de la Critique internationale (FIPRESCI) au Festival de Moscou, 1989

Plot synopsis
The environmental disaster has struck. It is the last act and the logical ending of the age-old relationship of Man and Nature, built on insatiable consumptionism and thoughtless waste.
The main character is one of the few survivors retaining his human aspect and manner of thought...
The “visitor” has come to atone the humanity's guilt...
The film was awarded the Grand Prix of the International Film Festival in Madrid, Spain (1990).
The film director Konstantin Lopushanski was awarded the Prize for the Best Film Director’s Work at the International Film Festival in Madrid, Spain (1990).

The director of photography Nikolai Pokoptsev was awarded the Prize for the Best Operator’s Work at the International Film Festival in Madrid, Spain (1990).
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Nantes Russian Film Festival, Nantes (France), 1997


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