The twenty-first issue of a collection of short films, today in the program the good old Soviet movies. Only three units: two feature films and one documentary. 1. Aistyonok.
Based on the novel by Aleksei Dudarev. The ten-year-old Vaska in his native village was nicknamed the Constructor for always inventing or improving something. His favorite activity was tinkering and flying kites.
Director: Valery Basov.
Cast: Slava Yurevich, Yura Bardian, Aleksandra Zimina, Alla Yelyashevich, Gennadiy Garbuk, Sergey Zhuravel, Arnold Pomazan, Viktor Gudinovich, Pavel Dubashinskiy, Nikolay Kirichenko, Sergey Kravchenko, Yevgeniy Kryzhanovskiy, Yuriy Lesnoy, Anatoliy Lutsevich.
USSR, 1981. 2. სოლო სალამურისთვის / Solo dlya svireli.
The old Georgian short film about the rich imagination of the five-year-old boy Irakly, his musical experiments and relationships with adults. In one of their episodes also used the plot of the story of Herbert Wells "The Magic Shop." In the film, the orchestra of kindergarten No. 27 in Tbilisi was filmed.
Director: Darya Gurina / დარია ხოჯავა.
Cast: Irakli Beriashvili, Yazon Bakradze, Ramaz Chkhikvadze, Rusudan Kiknadze, Meya Megrelishvili.
USSR, Georgia Film, 1976.
Language: Russian. 3. Voskresnyye deti.
Documentary film about the life of children from the Zhigulevsk orphanage.
Director: A. Mironova.
USSR, Kuybyshev-telefilm, 1989. Download Anthology of short films. Part 21.