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Women's stories (2000) 2000

Film-document №81598 1 part, Duration: 0:26:04.242 to collection Price category --

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Anchorperson: Pushkina Tatjyana

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The heroine of the program: Veronica Dolina, poetess, bard, author of more than 500 songs.

Plot.

Leading in one of the Moscow alleys on Sretenka tells that it was the childhood of the heroine of the program Veronica Dolina.

Photos from the personal archive of the heroine.

Then, T. Pushkin briefly dwells on the biography of the heroine, recalls her childhood, about how she began to get carried away with music and poetry.

The fact that in 16-17 years Veronica sang.

V. Valley says that for her was creativity.

How she wanted to try herself in many kinds of art.

Sounds a song performed by the author and the heroine of the program.

It should be noted that V. Dolina appeared on the scene in the midst of the era of bards and bard songs.

Photos from the personal archive of the heroine.

The heroine talks about family life, about work.

About how it was possible to manage everything and yet not lose the desire to create and remain a romantic in life.

Sounds a song performed by the author and the heroine of the program

Photos of children of the heroine.

Plot. T. Pushkin goes along the alley and talks about why V. Dolina did not tell about any man in her life.

Veronica is capable of acting, but it can be different.

And the scene, and the house, and the family, are all poems for her.

Photos from the personal archive of the heroine.

T. Pushkin speaks about her husband, film director Alexander Muratov.

V. Valley that she is afraid a lot, and that she was used to defending herself in verse.

She told me a lot of things in them.

Sounds a song performed by the author and the heroine of the program.

Photos from the personal archive of the heroine.

V. Valley tells of his feelings about the world around him, about his attitude to the space of love.

About what her audience and listener means to her.

The Chronicle.

Concert hall, spectators.

Suzhe.T. Pushkin goes along the streets of Sretenka and says that not everyone is allowed to understand and hear what is given to the poet.

Sounds a song performed by the author and the heroine of the program

Calendar

2000