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Strannaya zhenshchina / A Strange Woman
Cinema made by women

The lack of a love life in his life torments Zhenia Sheveliova, who begins not to support family relationships with her husband and son. Zhenia is loved by a scientist accustomed to a solitary life and who believes that in our days there is no place for poetic love. The woman, who believes in a great and romantic love, leaves her husband and her lover, and goes to a small town, where she lives with her mother, until she finds that infinite and spiritual love that she expected.

BIOGRAPHY

YULI RAIZMAN

Yuli Raizman was born on December 15, 1903 in Riga, Russian Empire as Yuli Yakovlevich Raizman. He was a director and writer, known for Poslednyaya noch (1937), La caída de Berlín (1945) and Mashenka (1942). He died on December 11, 1994 in Moscow, Russia.

CAST & CREW
Director
Yuli Raizman
Screenplay
Yevgeny Gabrilovich
Photography
Naum Ardashnikov
Edition
Klavdiya Moskvina
Music
Roman Ledenyov
Cast
Irina Kupchenko, Yuri Podsolonko, Vasiliy Lanovoy, Oleg Vavilov
Running Time
147 m.
Country
URSS
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