Artur Vojtetsky

Artur Vojtetsky – Skuki radi (1968)

“”People living near a by-station, sincerely envied passengers of the passing trains. Arina, a homely lonely woman of about 40 was a cook at the station. Once the pointsman Gomozov dropped in to see her in the kitchen. The lonely man had recently lost his family and asked her to sew a couple of shirts for him. And then he asked her to come to his place in the evening to have some tea and talk just out of boredom. Arina left him at daybreak. But soon people at the station learnt about their relationship…”” kinoglaz.fr Read More »

Artur Vojtetsky – Gde-to est syn aka My Son is Out There (1962)

An old fisherman spends his days waiting to hear from his son who left the village long time ago.

One of the first films shot by Yuri Ilyenko. Read More »