Ukraine, Russia
Kira Muratova, Screenwriters: Ihor Bozhko, Renata Litvinova, Vera Storozheva

Three Stories

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ABOUT MOVIE

A dull man brings a horrible package to his friend, a "poet" but primarily a boiler room worker. The hospital worker Offa makes sure that young mothers do not abandon their children, because she was once such a child herself. An old man in a wheelchair sits surrounded by cats and a little girl. He gives her a long, meaningless lecture, having no idea what surprise his companion is preparing for him.

Original title
Три історії
Country
Ukraine, Russia
Year
January 1997
Duration
114'
Color / Black&White
Color
Genre
Fiction

DIRECTOR:

Kira Muratova

Kira Muratova is a Ukrainian film director of Romanian/Jewish descent. Muratova's films were repeatedly censored in the Soviet Union, but she nevertheless managed to establish herself as one of the luminaries of Soviet cinema and, starting in 1960, built a highly successful film career. In 1997, Muratova was awarded the honorary title of Member of the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine. She is a People's Artist of the Ukrainian SSR (1990), winner of the Taras Shevchenko National Prize of Ukraine (1993) and the Oleksandr Dovzhenko State Prize (2002).

TEAM

Director / Screenwriter
Kira Muratova, Screenwriters: Ihor Bozhko, Renata Litvinova, Vera Storozheva
Director / Screenwriter
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Camera
Valerii Makhniov
Editing
Valentina Oleynik
Production design
Ievgen Holybenko
Cast
Sergei Makovetskii, Renata Litvinova, Oleg Tabakov, Leonid Kushnir
Producer
Igor Tolstunov
Production
NTV-Profit, Sudzi-Film, Odesa Film Studio
World sales company
Buduschee LLC