Igor BELOTSERKOVSKY
Игорь БЕЛОЦЕРКОВСКИЙ
Igor BELOTSERKOVSKI
Russia, 2010, 28mn 
Colour, documentary
Persons, Masks, Silhouettes. Mikhail Kuzmin
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Лица, маски, силуэты. Млхаил Кузмин

 

 Visages, masques, silhouettes. Mikhail Kouzmine

 Litsa, maski, siluety. Mikhail Kuzmin

 
Directed by : Igor BELOTSERKOVSKY (Игорь БЕЛОЦЕРКОВСКИЙ)
Writing credits : Pavel KOSOV (Павел КОСОВ)
Production design : Nikita TRUBETSKOY (Никита ТРУБЕЦКОЙ )
Produced by : Yuri GINZBURG (Юрий ГИНЗБУРГ)
 
format : Beta

Plot synopsis
Few of the Silver Age poets provoked unequivocal reactions. But one of them definitely stands out. The comments were radically different, some people called him a genius, others protested that his poems were trash. The poet was called Mikhail Kuzmin. His life was like a theatrical performance, blending all genres, while Kuzmin himself remained an actor in life and creative work. The poet from St. Petersburg was creating a myth about himself and seemed to mock those who tried to grasp the real Kuzmin. This approach to life and work contributed to his quick fame. But it also brought him a lot of misery…
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- International Film Festival Tarkovski, Ivanovo (Russia), 2010