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О неполноте и недостаточности простейших чувств: осязания, зрения, слуха. В кино такой взгляд традиционно обозначает коллизию между подлинным и иллюзорным. Истины и мнимости даны в фильме как образы чувств. "Я люблю с вами забыть время, — говорит героиня слепому возлюбленному и добавляет, — Вы самый зрячий из всех зрячих".

  1. Andrei Chernykh

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Yelena Bragina

    Yelena Bragina

  2. Natalya Baranova

    Natalya Baranova

  3. Semyon Strugachyov

    Semyon Strugachyov

    Blind painter

  4. Liubomiras Laucevicius

    Liubomiras Laucevicius

  5. Viktor Sukhorukov

    Viktor Sukhorukov

    "Shaved"

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Avstriyskoe Pole
Avstriyskoe Pole

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Original Title Австрийское поле

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 11, 1991
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 25m

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