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Vladimir MAKARIKHIN
Владимир МАКАРИХИН
Vladimir MAKARIKHINE
Aleksandra ROVENSKIKH
Александра РОВЕНСКИХ
Aleksandra ROVENSKIKH
 
Russia, 2011, 75 mn 
fiction

Razgovor pered litsom molchaniya

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Разговор перед лицом молчания

 

 Conversation devant le visage du silence

 Razgovor pered litsom molchaniya


 
Directed by : Vladimir MAKARIKHIN (Владимир МАКАРИХИН), Aleksandra ROVENSKIKH (Александра РОВЕНСКИХ)
Writing credits : Aleksandra ROVENSKIKH (Александра РОВЕНСКИХ)
 
Cast
Yuri KORENEV (Юрий КОРЕНЕВ)
Aleksandra ROVENSKIKH (Александра РОВЕНСКИХ)
 
Cinematography : Vladimir MAKARIKHIN (Владимир МАКАРИХИН)
Produced by : Vladimir MAKARIKHIN (Владимир МАКАРИХИН)
 

Plot synopsis
This film-play was created on the basis of the poem "Gorbunov and Gorchakov" by Josef Brodskiy. The years spent in writing this work were the hardest in the life of the poet. The life circumstances which laid in the basis of the poem "Gorbunov and Gorchakov" were Brodskiy’s two visits to the insane hospital for checking-up. He turned his most dreadful experience into a fiction text and the arguing voices inside him into the characters of the text. The poetic mystery "Face-to-face talk with silence" is called in this way because for Brodskiy “death is silence and life is dialogue”.
The eternally challengeable topic of loneliness in front of life and death and desperate search for a talker – this is exactly the thing as Brodskiy considers that gives birth to moral basement and reliance and "courage to live".
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- International Film Festival "Russian Film Out of Russia", Moscow (Russia), 2011


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