Aleksandr Sokurov – Smirennaya zhizn AKA A Humble Life (1997)

An ancient, solitary house lost in the remote mountains of the village of Aska, in Japan. Inside the house lives an old solitary woman, whose humble life is made of little and silent tasks and traditions whose origins are lost in time: stitching kimonos, cooking, eating, keeping the fire alight, combing her hair, reciting unadorned a haicai, a prayer on solitude. With music from Japanese folklore and melodies from Tchaikovsky, Sokurov creates a poem in images which recalls a culture thousands of years old and his own feelings of nostalgia for his native Russia.

1.40GB | 1h 16mn | 710×532 | mkv

https://nitroflare.com/view/91221B7F3976BF7/Smirennaya.zhizn.AKA.A.Humble.Life.1997.DVDRip.x264.part1.rar
https://nitroflare.com/view/03CA9729DA1E212/Smirennaya.zhizn.AKA.A.Humble.Life.1997.DVDRip.x264.part2.rar

Language(s):Japanese, Russian
Subtitles:English French

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