Valery Todorovsky’s films are frequent entrants and winners at prestigious russian and international film festivals.
A film by a Russian movie classic, director Alexander Mitta. The story of self-forgetful love of Bella Chagall, the wife of the great painter Marc Chagall, unfolds against the background of her husband’s historic rivalry with his brilliant contemporary counterpart Kazimir Malevich.
A film based on a book by Alexei Ivanov, a popular Russian writer. A young biologist named Viktor Sluzhkin finds a job as a geography teacher at a usual school in the city of Perm to make ends meet. He struggles, and then makes friend with his students, has conflicts with the assistant principal, organizes a river trip for 9th-form students. He simply lives…
A film by a Russian movie classic, director Andrei Smirnov. The life story of a woman and her four men. The main character is an illiterate peasant woman. The film plot begins with her wedding in 1909 and ends in 1921 with the Tambov Rebellion. The country’s dramatic history is shown through a simple woman’s life.
A dramatic story of two men’s love for one woman. One of them is a professor of linguistics. The other is a military retiree. These two absolutely unsimilar men are bound by a common tragedy – the death of her whom they have loved so much and who has involuntarily united their destinies.
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