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Restored & Unseen: Long Farewells

Kira Muratova / SUHH, 1971 / 97 min.

A psychological drama about the strained relationship between a mother and her only son. The Soviet regime was to ban the subtle tale some twenty years later. Only in 1987 – in the years of glasnost – was the film allowed to be screened again. New digital restoration.

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Digital restoration by the Oleksander Dovzhenko National Center.

With an introduction by Martine Bouw (Eye) (in Dutch)

Details

Director

Kira Muratova

Production year

1971

Country

SUHH

Original title

Restored & Unseen: Long Farewells

Length

97 min.

Language

Russian

Subtitles

ENG

Format

DCP

Part of

Restored & Unseen

At last, a chance to see that Italian classic that’s been on the list for so long? Or relish that wonderful restoration of Blue Movie, the Netherlands’ most talked-about nude film of the seventies, when the Bijlmer district was still a sexual paradise? Restored & Unseen is a biweekly programme featuring classics and recent restorations, with introductions by experts.

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