Women's stories (2000) 10/15/2000

Film-document №81592 1 part, Duration: 0:26:04 to collection Price category --

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Anchorperson: Pushkina Tatjyana

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The heroine of the program is Lydia Smirnova, an actress of theater and cinema.

The presenter talks about the difficult life story of the heroine of this program - Lydia Smirnova.

In her destiny there are so many parallel movements and such a lot of details, both funny and tragic at the same time.

Photos from the personal archive of the heroine.

Then, T. Pushkin briefly dwells on the biography of the heroine.

L. Smirnova remembers her family, about the tragic death of her younger brother, about her mother's illness, about her being an orphan.

About their foster parents.

Chronicle 20-30 Moscow communal apartment.

The heroine recalls her childhood in a communal apartment.

She says that she left home at 17 and began to work and became independent.

Chronicle 30-40 g.

Students on a ski trip in the forest.

L. Smirnova talks about her first marriage with journalist Sergei Dobrushin.

Her husband did not approve of her artistic career.

Chronicle and photo of theatrical life.

About shooting in the musical film "My Love", directed by V. Korsh-Sablin, 1940. About acquaintance with I.O. Dunaevsky.

Fragment from the musical film "My Love". L. Smirnova sings the song "To call love is not necessary."

Composer I. Dunaevsky.

Photos from the personal archive of the heroine.

The Chronicle.

June 22, 1941 Mobilization. L. Smirnova remembers her husband's wires to the front.

Fragment from the movie "A Guy from Our City", directed by A. Stolper, 1942.

L. Smirnova speaks of a second marriage with cameraman V. Rapoport.

Photos from the personal archive of the heroine.

Recollects a farewell meeting with I.O. Dunaevsky in Riga.

About the concert, to which he invited her.

About acquaintance with the director K.Voinov, about their joint creativity and secret love.

Pictures of frames from the film "The Wedding of Balzaminov".

L. Smirnova says that the most difficult thing in her life is the loss of relatives and friends, as well as old age, with which she is very hard to accept.

Fragment from the x / movie (?).

Photos from the heroine's archive.


Smirnova Lydia, actress of theater and cinema, People's Artist of the USSR.