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Zwarte ogen een film van Jan Bosdriesz.

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    Summary
    Director Jan Bosdriesz inherited a 78 rpm record from his father and was inspired to look for traces of the performer. Petr Leshchenko, a famous Russian tango singer, died in a Romanian labor camp. On this quest, Bosdriesz was confronted with memories of his own family and incorporated their story into this film about the passage of time and the loss and re-emergence of memories.
    Variant Title
    Black eyes
    Chernye glaza
    Format
    Video
    Published
    [Amsterdam] : Cinema Delicatessen ; Amsterdam : De Filmfreak [distributor], c 2008
    Locale
    Soviet Union
    Other Authors/Editors
    Bosdriesz, Jan.
    Leshchenko, Petr, 1898-1954.
    Cinema Delicatessen (Firm)
    Filmfreak Distributie (Firm)
    Notes
    With music by Petr Leschenko.
    Camera, Peter Lataster; producer, Edwin Trommelen ; coproduction, Digna Sinke.
    Interviews, Marger Vestermanis, Elfie Walter, Anatoli Kattsjoek, Dorina Chiriac.
    DVD; aspect ratio 16:9, anamorphic widescreen; Dolby 2.0.
    In Dutch with optional Dutch or English subtitles.

    Physical Details

    Language
    Dutch
    Physical Description
    1 videodisc (100 min.) :

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    Donated by filmmaker for educational use only.

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