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Tears Were Falling

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Tears Were Falling
Tears Were Falling.jpg
Directed byGeorgiy Daneliya
Produced byNikolay Garo
Written byGeorgiy Daneliya
Alexander Volodin
Kir Bulychev
StarringYevgeny Leonov
Iya Savvina
Nina Grebeshkova
Aleksandra Yakovleva
Boryslav Brondukov
Boris Andreyev
Music byGia Kancheli
CinematographyYuri Klimenko
Edited byTatyana Egorycheva
Production
company
Release date
  • 1982 (1982)
Running time
86 min
CountrySoviet Union
LanguageRussian

Tears Were Falling (Russian: Слёзы капали) is a 1982 Soviet fantasy film directed by Georgiy Daneliya. The plot can be viewed as a modern interpretation of the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen The Snow Queen.[1] It was the last film role of actor Boris Andreyev.[1]

Plot

The plot of the story is the same as in the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. An evil troll creates a magic mirror that reflects and exaggerates everything bad and evil. The mirror shatters, and one of its millions of fragments falls into the eyes Pavel Ivanovich Vasin, a resident of the small town of Zarechensk.

Ordinarily a balanced person, respectable family man, and helpful neighbor and colleague, Vasin changes beyond recognition. He sees only the worst in his friends and relatives and no redeeming traits. Vasin kicks his son out of the household, quarrels with his wife, hurls verbal abuse at his colleagues at work, and even goes so far as to attempt suicide.

Cast

Production and release

The working title of the film was Gladiator.[1]

The film was shot in Kaluga, Rostov, Ashgabat, and Odessa.[2]

The film was banned from screening abroad, six months lay on the shelf, and then was released in a limited release.[1]

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