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„Whoever tries to imitate me is lost,“ said the Soviet filmmaker Sergei Parajanov. Not so long ago, whoever tried to imitate him would also be in deep trouble. Persecuted by the Soviet authorities for the „subversive“ nature of both his work and his lifestyle, he spent four years of the 1970s in a Siberian hard-labor camp. Nothing could speak more highly to his artistry than the fact that, even before his sentencing, Andrei Tarkovsky wrote a letter in his defense. „Artistically, there are few people in the entire world who could replace Parajanov,“ argued the director of Mirrorand Stalker. „He is guilty – guilty of his solitude. We are guilty of not thinking of him daily and of failing to discover the significance of a master.“ – open culture

 

 

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„Aşıq Qərib“ gürcüstanlı erməni rejissor Sergey Paracanovun Mixail Yuryeviç Lermontovun eyni adlı qısa hekayəsi əsasında 1988-ci ildə ekranlaşdırdığı filmdir.

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Shadows of Our Forgotten Ancestors — Sergei Parajanov‘s Ukrainian masterpiece – was adapted in 1964 by Ivan Chendei and Sergei Paradjanov from Mikhaylo Kotsyubinsky’s novel Tini zabutykh predkiv (1912) to celebrate the centennial of the author’s birth (1864 – 1913).

Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors

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