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Abstract
The film tells about the famous cartoonist Konstantin Rotov, who was repressed in the late 1930s. The film uses the following filming: interviews with film director A. Mitta, artist N. Sokolov, artist A. Batalov, I. Rotova, M. Lebedev-Kumach, artist B. Zhutovsky (all synchronously). The film includes footage of the chronicle: rest of Muscovites in a park of culture and recreation, on the river bank, playing in towns, cycling, a summer cottage village on the Klyazma, views of Moscow in the 20s, 40s and 50s, the stay of a Danish artist H. Bidstrup in Moscow. The film uses drawings, sketches, cartoons of the artist K. Rotov. The film includes fragments of films: "Circus", "Burn, burn, my star", "Volga-Volga".
Director
G. Gorodny
Color
Color
Film ID
32348
Keywords
cinematography
, parks
, culture and recreation
, cultural connections
, relaxation
, denmark
, entertainment
, cities
, graphics
Meterage
812,4
Number of Parts
3
Operators
G. Morozov
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1995
Sound
Has Sound

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