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The Lonely Voice of a Man

The Lonely Voice of Man is the first full-feature film by Alexander Sokurov. It was originally filmed in 1978 and reconstructed in 1987 at the Lenfilm Studios. The film is largely based on Andrei Platonov’s River Potudan and Origin of the Master.
The film is dedicated to Andrei Tarkovsky who supported Sokurov morally during his battle against the Soviet censors.

Language
  • Russian
Runtime
90
Production Year
1978
Film Type
Feature
Production Countries
  • Russian Federation
Casts
Andrey Gradov, Tatyana Goryacheva, Vladimir Degtyarev, Luydmila Yakovleva
Production Company
Gosfilmofond of Russia

Crew List

Screenwriter
Yuri Arabov
DOP / Camera
Sergey Yurizditsky
Editor
Alexander Sokurov
Music
Penderetsky, Nussio
Sound
Vladimir Persov, Irina Zhuravlyova
Producer
Aleksander Sokurov

Festivals / Awards

1987: Locarno International Film Festival, Bronzen Leopard

Director/s

Alexander  Sokurov
Alexander Sokurov
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