A Slave of Love
Raba ljubvi Director: Nikita Mikhalkov


Olga Voznesenskaya is a silent screen star whose pictures are so popular that underground revolutionaries risk capture to see them. She's in southern Russia filming a tear-jerker as the Bolsheviks get closer to Moscow. Although married, she spends time every day with Victor Pototsky, the film's cameraman. Gradually, it comes to light that Victor uses his job as a cover for filming White atrocities and Red heroism: he's a Bolshevik. He asks her for help, and she discovers meaning in her otherwise flighty and self-centered life. Love blooms. Will the Red forces arrive in time to save them from a suspicious White military leader? Will she find courage?


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Programme: Forgotten Films

Country: USSR
Year: 1976
Length: 94
Language: Russian
Screenplay: Friedrich Gorenštein, Andrei Kontšalovski
Director: Nikita Mikhalkov
Cinematography: Pavel Lebeshev
Music: Eduard Artemyev

Cast: Jelena Solovei, Rodion Nahapetov, Oleg Basilašvili, Konstantin Grigorjev



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Nikita Mihhalkov

Nikita Mikhalkov (b. 1945, Moscow, Russia) is an Academy Award winning Russian filmmaker and actor.

(selected) At Home Among Strangers (1974), A Slave of Love (1976), An Unfinished Piece for a Player Piano (1977), Five Evenings (1978), Oblomov (1980), Family Relations (1981), Dark Eyes (1987), Remembering Chekhov (1993), Burnt by the Sun (1994), The Barber of Siberia (1998), 12 (2007)



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