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Élégie de la traversée

Author: Сокуров, Александр, Дерябин, Андрей. ; ; Aleksandr SokurovPierre-Olivier BardetVladimir PersovKees KasanderAll authors
Publisher: [S.l.] : Idéale Audience International ; Chicago, IL : Distributed by Facets Video, [2006]
Series: Alexander Sokurov documentaries.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : RussianView all editions and formats
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In Élégie de la traversée, Sokurov crosses vast terrain, sails the high seas, and stumbles through congested cities to arrive at the doors of the empty Boijmans Museum in Rotterdam. Only then does he discover that the goal of his voyage was to bask in the power of St. Mary's Square, a beautiful landscape by Peter Saenredam. In Rober, schastlivai︠a︡ zhiznʹ, the director meditates on the work of French romantic  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Documentary videos
Experimental videos
Named Person: Hubert Robert
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Сокуров, Александр, Дерябин, Андрей. ; ; Aleksandr Sokurov; Pierre-Olivier Bardet; Vladimir Persov; Kees Kasander; Andreĭ Deri︠a︡bin; Arte France cinéma (Firm); Studii︠a︡ "Bereg."; Kasander Film Company (Firm); Gosudarstvennyĭ Ėrmitazh (Russia); Studii︠a︡ Ėrmitazhnyĭ most.; Idéale Audience International.; Facets Video (Firm)
ISBN: 1565806263 9781565806269
OCLC Number: 124076149
Language Note: In Russian with optional English, French, Italian or Spanish subtitles.
Notes: On disc label: DVD5DS22.
Short film also known as: Hubert Robert, une vie heureuse.
Special features: Alexander Sokurov interview; digital booklet via DVD-ROM, with editor's notes, biography and filmography.
Credits: Camera, Alexandre Degtiarev (1st work), Aleksei Fedorov (2nd work) ; editor, Serguei Ivanoff (1st work), Leda Semenova (2nd work).
Description: 1 videodisc (94 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, NTSC, Dolby digital, all-regions.; System requirements for DVD-ROM content: any computer PC or Mac, equipped with a DVD-ROM player and Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0.
Contents: Élégie de la traversée (2001 ; 48 min.) --
Rober, schastlivai︠a︡ zhiznʹ = Hubert Robert, a fortunate life / Gosudarstvennyĭ Ėrmitazh; Studii︠a︡ Ėrmitazhnyĭ most; filʹm Aleksandra Sokurova ; prodi︠u︡ser, Andreĭ Deri︠a︡bin (1996 ; 26 min.).
Series Title: Alexander Sokurov documentaries.
Other Titles: Rober, schastlivai︠a︡ zhiznʹ.
Hubert Robert, a fortunate life.
Hubert Robert, une vie heureuse.
Elegy of a voyage
Elegiya dorogi
Responsibility: Idéale Audience, Bereg, the Kasander Film Company ; en association avec Arte France présentent ; un film de Alexandre Sokourov ; produit par Pierre-Olivier Bardet, Vladimir Persov, Kees Kasander.

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In Élégie de la traversée, Sokurov crosses vast terrain, sails the high seas, and stumbles through congested cities to arrive at the doors of the empty Boijmans Museum in Rotterdam. Only then does he discover that the goal of his voyage was to bask in the power of St. Mary's Square, a beautiful landscape by Peter Saenredam. In Rober, schastlivai︠a︡ zhiznʹ, the director meditates on the work of French romantic artist Hubert Robert, whose paintings of lost ruins evoke the same nostalgia and lyricism of Sokurov's own moody films.

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