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An Independent Life

An Independent Life
(Самостоятельная жизнь)
Directed by Vitali Kanevsky
Produced by Philippe Godeau
Written by Vitali Kanevsky
Starring Pavel Nazarov
Music by Boris Rychkov
Cinematography Vladimir Brylyakov
Release date(s)
Running time 97 minutes
Country Russia
Language Russian

An Independent Life (English-speaking world.

Cast

  • Pavel Nazarov - Valerka
  • Dinara Drukarova - Valya
  • Toshihiro Vatanabe - Yamamoto
  • Yelena Popova - Valerka's Mother
  • Lyana Zhvaniya - (as Liana Jvania)
  • M. Aleksandrov
  • Yelena Antonova - (as Ye. Antonova)
  • Aleksandr Aleksandrov - (as A. Alexandrov)
  • L. Dorotenko
  • Natalya Ipatova
  • Vladimir Ivanov - (as V. Ivanov)
  • Yelizaveta Zhukova - (as Elisaveta Joukova)
  • Tatyana Ivanova - (as T. Ivanova)
  • N. Kharitonov
  • A. Kopustin - (as A. Kopoustine)

Awards

It was entered into the 1992 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Jury Prize.[1] It was also nominated for the Golden Bear at the 42nd Berlin International Film Festival.[2]

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi
Awards
Preceded by
Europa tied with
Hors la vie
Jury Prize, Cannes
1992
tied with Dream of Light
Succeeded by
The Puppetmaster
tied with Raining Stones

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