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Sunday Cinema: Andrei Rublev

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The second of four feature film portraits of European artists, starring Anatoly Solonitsin , Nikolai Sergeyev
Fifteenth-century icon painter Andrei Rublev , one of the world's great artists, lived through the most turbulent period of Russia's chaotic history. TARKOVSKY'S epic film shown tonight for the first time in Britain in its full-length, original version, traces his artistic development through his relationship with another great painter, Theophanes the Greek, in the context of feudal violence surrounding them. Unlike Theophanes, Rublev painted man as essentially good, with a tenderness untainted by sentimentality.
Director ANDREI TARKOVSKY

Contributors

Unknown: Anatoly Solonitsin
Unknown: Nikolai Sergeyev
Unknown: Andrei Rublev
Director: Andrei Tarkovsky
Andrei Rublev: Anatoly Solonitsin
Kirill: Ivan Lapikov
Daniel Chorny: Nikolai Grinko
Theophanes the Greek: Nikolai Sergeyev
Idiot Girl: Irma Rausch

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Sunday Cinema: Andrei Rublev

BBC Two England, 7 March 1976 21.55






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