Section: Specials

Dotch Svjatogo

Daughter of a Saint

Oleg Frelikh
Soviet Union, 1931, 59 Min

Made in 1931, the film is part of the Soviet Union’s first anti-religion campaign, praising the new Soviet way of life both in the kolkhoz and in factories that offers women the chance for an independent life.

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A crowd approaches a mosque; among them, Tursun and his childless wife Hakima. They seek Imam Abdu-Nabi’s blessing so they may have a child. He performs a “miracle” by raping Hakima, who soon has a daughter, Oinasa.

Twenty years later, the Soviet era. Abdu-Nabi visits Tursun’s village and sets his eyes on the beautiful Oinasa. To protect the girl, Hakima sends her to a textile factory. Abdu-Nabi demands Hakima’s death, but she tells the truth and the people realise the lie of religion. BiB

Filmformat
35 mm | s/w / b/w
Drehbuch
Mikhail Rudman
Kamera
Aleksandr Ginzburg
Musik
Hamid Khezri
Darsteller
Rustam Tura Khodjaev, Inoyat Mir-Yusupov, Liudfi Djalieva, Zulfiya Shakirova, Ishan Abdu-Nabi
Produktion
UZBEKGOSKINO
Kontakt
Gosfilmofond
Svetlana Yakovlevna Dmitriyeva
Gosfilmofond Prospekt 8
Domodedovo
142050 Moscow
Russia
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Oleg Frelikh - born 1887 in Moscow, Russia. He started his career as an actor, e. g. in MINARET SMERTI (1925). Since the mid-1920s, he worked as a director for different Soviet film studios as well as from 1943-1951 at the Lenkom Theatre in Moscow. He died 1953.

Movies
KONEZ RODA (1924)
DVA DYMA (1926)
PROSTITUTKA (1927)
SAR-PIGE (1927)
KRYTYJ FURGON (1928)
PROKAZHENNAJA (1928)
ZELIM-KHAN (1929)

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