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A Taghil Story| 25mins
Director: Boris Dvorkin | Producer: Alla Surikova
Focus Years: 2006 | Country: Russian Federation
Subject Tags: asia, culture, russian federation
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
A surprising discovery was made in the library of the Nizhny Taghil Museum in 1954: letters written by relatives of the famous Russian historian, Nikolay Karamzin were found there. Pushkinists appreciated them as a valuable evidence of Alexander Pushkin’s last days. How could these letters cover the distance of thousands of kilometers and get from the capital to this provincial industrial settlement where the Demidov workers lived? That is what this film is about.

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