Marlen Martynowitsch Chuzijew

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Marlen Martynowitsch Chuzijew (2018)
Marlen Khuziyev (right) with Vladimir Putin (2001)

Marlen Martynowitsch Chuzijew ( Russian Марлен Мартынович Хуциев , Georgian მარლენ ხუციევი Marlen Chuziewi ; born October 4, 1925 in Tbilisi , † March 19, 2019 in Moscow ) was a Soviet - Russian film director , screenwriter and actor of Georgian origin.

With I am twenty years old , Chuziev achieved success with European film critics in 1965. The film addresses the generation conflict between the young generation and the war generation. It was completed in 1963, but after its premiere it was classified as problematic by the USSR leadership. It was finally shown again in 1965 and the director won several international awards, including the Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival . 2015 he received the Lifetime Achievement Award of the International Film Festival of Locarno .

Filmography (selection)

  • 1956: Spring on Saretschnaja Street (Wesna na Saretschnoi ulize) - co-director with Felix Mironer
  • 1958: The two Fjodors (Dwa Fjodora)
  • 1965: I am twenty years old / I'm Twenty (Mne dwadzat let) - an uncensored version was only in 1990 under the title Застава Ильича listed
  • 1966: July rain (Ijulski doschd)
  • 1970: Shine, my star, shine (Gori, gori moja swesda)
  • 1970: It was the month of May (Byl messjaz mai) (TV two-part)
  • 1972/76: And yet I believe (I wsjo-taki yes werju) - documentary by Mikhail Romm , after his death by Chuzijew and Elem Klimov completed
  • 1984: The Afterword / The Visit (Posleslowije)
  • 1991: Infinitas (Beskonetschnost)
  • 2001: Люди 1941 года - documentary film

Web links

Commons : Marlen Chuzijew  - collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Marlen Chuzijew is dead. In: Spiegel Online. March 19, 2019, accessed March 20, 2019 .