Vladimir SAVELYEV
Владимир САВЕЛЬЕВ
Vladimir SAVELIEV
USSR (Ukraine) / Germany, 1991, 92mn 
Colour, fiction
Izgoy
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Изгой

 

 Exiled

 Exilé

Other titles : Izgoi
 
Directed by : Vladimir SAVELYEV (Владимир САВЕЛЬЕВ)
Writing credits : Vladimir SAVELYEV (Владимир САВЕЛЬЕВ)
 
Cast
Borislav BRONDUKOV (Борислав БРОНДУКОВ)
Valentinas MASALSKIS (Валентинас МАСАЛЬСКИС)
Vladimir OLEKSEYENKO (Владимир ОЛЕКСЕЕНКО)
Yossi POLLAK (Йосси ПОЛЛАК)
Nikolay SEKTIMENKO (Николай СЕКТИМЕНКО)
Stefania STANIUTA (Стефания СТАНЮТА)
Margarita VISHNYAKOVA (Маргарита ВИШНЯКОВА)
 
Cinematography : Yuri GARMASH (Юрий ГАРМАШ)
Production design : Sergey BRZHESTOVSKY (Сергей БРЖЕСТОВСКИЙ)
Music : Yevgeni STANKOVICH (Евгений СТАНКОВИЧ)
Sound : Bogdan MIKHNEVICH (Богдан МИХНЕВИЧ)
Produced by : Artur BRAUNER (Артур БРАУНЕР), Vladimir SAVELYEV (Владимир САВЕЛЬЕВ)
Companies : SSS-FILM Allemagne, Fest-Zemlia (ФЕСТ-ЗЕМЛЯ) Ukkraine
Release Date in Russia : 1992
 
language russe

Plot synopsis
Based on Anatoly Dimarov’s novella Simeon Reznik. The summer of 1941. A poor Jewish wagon slowly moves away from Kolomya, occupied by the fascists, to the yet carefree Poltava. The handsome portly Simon, his incomparable beloved wife Basia, their red-haired children born in love, will find shelter in a Ukrainian village on the banks of the quiet Khorol, they will be saved from the annihilation that awaits them all…
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2007