Little Tragedies (1979 film)

Little Tragedies (Russian: Маленькие трагедии) is a 1979 Soviet television miniseries directed by Mikhail Shveytser, based on works by Alexander Pushkin.[1] Dedicated to Pushkin's 180th birthday and 150th anniversary of Boldino Autumn [ru]. Vladimir Vysotsky's last movie role.

Little Tragedies
Directed byMikhail Shveytser
Written byMikhail Shveytser
Alexander Pushkin
StarringMatluba Alimova
Natalya Belokhvostikova
Nikolay Burlyaev
CinematographyMikhail Agranovich
Edited byNatalia Alfyorova
Zoya Veryovkina
Music byAlfred Schnittke
Production
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Release date
1979
Running time
240 minutes
CountrySoviet Union
LanguageRussian

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