Kira Muratova

Kira Muratova

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Birthday: Nov 05, 1934

Birthplace: Soroca, Romania

Key Soviet filmmaker of the late 1960s and 70s who found belated international recognition when her banned works were released--thanks to Glasnost--in the 1980s. Muratova's aesthetically striking films, often with emotionally wrought female protagonists, include "Short Encounters" (1967), in which she also starred, and "Long Farewells," which was completed in 1971, banned for being "too gloomy" and released in 1986.

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Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet May Rain Director - 2012
No Score Yet 79% Two in One Director - 2007
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Tuner Director,
Writer
- 2004
No Score Yet No Score Yet Chekov's Motifs Director - 2002
No Score Yet 69% Three Stories Director - 1997
No Score Yet 80% Passions Director - 1994
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Sentimental Policeman Director - 1992
No Score Yet 61% The Asthenic Syndrome Director,
Screenwriter
- 1989
No Score Yet No Score Yet Getting to Know the Big, Wide World Director,
Writer
- 1979
No Score Yet 100% Dolgie Provody Director - 1971
No Score Yet No Score Yet A Long Goodbye Director - 1971
No Score Yet 100% Brief Encounters Valentina Ivanovna (Character),
Director,
Writer
- 1967

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