Vladimir BRAUN
Владимир БРАУН
Vladimir BRAUN
USSR, 1956, 84mn 
Colour, fiction
Malva
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Мальва

 

 Malva

 Malva

 
Directed by : Vladimir BRAUN (Владимир БРАУН)
Writing credits : Nikolay KOVARSKY (Николай КОВАРСКИЙ)
 
Cast
Anatoli IGNATIEV (Анатолий ИГНАТЬЕВ)
Ivan MATVEYEV (Иван МАТВЕЕВ)
Dzidra RITENBERG (Дзидра РИТЕНБЕРГ)
Arkadi TOLBUZIN (Аркадий ТОЛБУЗИН)
Pavel USOVNICHENKO (Павел УСОВНИЧЕНКО)
Gennadi YUKHTIN (Геннадий ЮХТИН)
 
Cinematography : Vladimir VOYTENKO (Владимир ВОЙТЕНКО)
Production design : Mikhail YUFEROV (Михаил ЮФЕРОВ)
Music : Igor SHAMO (Игорь ШАМО)
Sound : Konstantin KOGAN (Константин КОГАН)
Production : Studio Dovzhenko
Spectators : 20 million spectators in the USSR
 
Site : IMDb

Awards :
Coupe Volpi au festival de Venise en 1957 pour l'acteur Dzidra Ritenberg

Plot synopsis
Peasant Vasily left his wife and son Yakov and went to town to work in a fish processing factory. Forgetting his family, he bonded with the beautiful Malva and lived peaceful years. But Yakov grew up and realized that prospects for the future were poor in the village. So he decided to go and join his father. The relations between Malva and Yakov led Vassili to incessant quarrels with his mistress and finally led him to return to his village. But the proud Malva rejected Yakov.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Venice International Film Festival, Venice (Italy), 1957

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