Call number: V-1323


WOLF, Konrad
Goiia, ili tiazhkii put´ poznaniia [Goya, or the Arduous Road to Knowledge]
Lenfim, with DEFA [German Democratic Republic], Studiia khoduzhesvennykh filov, Sofiia, Bulgaria, Bosna-film, Yugoslavia, 1971; released 21 September 1971
Screenplay Angel Vagenstein, from the novel of the same name by Leon Feuchtwanger
Photography Konstantin Ryzhov, Werner Bergman
Music Kara Karaev, Fadidzh Karaev

Goya			Donatas Banionis
The Duchess of Alba	Olivera Catarina
Esteve			Fred Duren
Queen Maria Luiza	Tat´iana Lolova
Carlos IV		Rolf Holle
Grand Inquisitor	Mecislav Voit
Jovelianos		Ernst Busch
Bermudes		Gustav Holoubek
Godoi			V. Kiling
Gilmarde		Mikhail Kozakov
Donna Lusia		I. Ciuto
Abbot			A. Shalavskii
Otero			M. Flerhinger
Quintana		Arno Visnevski
Pepa			Liudmila Chursina
Gil			P. Slabakov
Mother			Veriko Andzhaparidze
Josefa			Ariadna Shengelaia
Carmella		M. Rosario
Eufemia			N. Jodos
128 minutes
In Russian
NTV, Nashe kino, 14 February 2002

AND
4 minutes of irrelevance

AND

TATARSKII, Evgenii
Bez vidimykh prichin [Without Obvious Cause]
Lenfil´m, Vtoroe tvorcheskoe ob´´edinenie, 1981; released 30 August 1982
Screenplay Sergei Aleksandrov
Photography Konstantin Ryzhov
Music Nadezhda Simonian

Kamchatov		Ernst Romanov
Nina			Irina Alferova
Ovchinnikov		Lev Prygunov
Meshcheriakov		Georgii Drozd
Vazhin			Mikhail Kononov
Pliusnin		Evgenii Kindinov
Almazov			Igor´ Dmitriev
Kuznetsov		Nikolai Lavrov
Maslakov		N. Struchkov
Railwayman		A. Krylov
Iamshchikov		Vladimir Shevel´kov
Sinel´nikov		Emmanuil Shvartsberg
Kadyrov			Turgushbai Dzhamankulov
Rasputin		Evgenii Art´emev
Biriuk			Georgii Shtil´
Osokin			V. Smoliakov
76 minutes
In Russian
NTV, Nashe kino, 14 February 2002

Source: NTV, Nashe kino, 14 February 2002
System: Pal


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