Women's stories 10/01/2000 (2000)

Telecast №73912, 1 part, duration: 0:26:00
Production: VID
Availability:Film hasn't been digitized
Anchor:Tatjyana Pushkina

Reel №1

In childhood and adolescence, Vera was quiet and obedient.

She did not shy away from entertainment, but it was purely external.

In fact, she lived in her world, read books and dreamed about the theater.

Now it is impossible to imagine how many roles she tried on herself in her early youth.

The brighter the image - the stronger it got used to it.

Later the People's Artist of the USSR Vera Kuzminichna Vasilyev was recognized and loved by everyone.

Her life was always on her palm.

Fans are well aware of how her creative path began, what awards she had, how beautifully and unassumingly she had lived with her husband all her life, worked in one theater, what charming heroines played ... but hardly anyone imagines what under this clear shell lurks a vulnerable and restless soul.

In the preparation of the program fragments of the feature film "The Tale of the Siberian Land" (1947, directed by IA Pyriev) and an excerpt of the newsreel "News day "(a story about the premiere of the film and a creative meeting with the director and leading actors in the Metropol cinema).

Personnel:

Vasylieva V.K. - actress of theater and cinema, People's Artist of the USSR, academician of the National Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences of the Russian Federation, public figure. Ushakov V.P. - actor of theater and cinema, Honored Artist of Russia. Pyryev I.A. - Soviet film director, actor, screenwriter, Honored Artist of the RSFSR, People's Artist of the USSR. Druzhnikov V.V. - Soviet actor of theater and cinema, People's Artist of the RSFSR. Ladynina MA - actress of theater and cinema, People's Artist of the USSR.

Calendar: 1930s 04.1948

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