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"The Color of Pomegranates"
1969
Directed by Sergei Paradjanov

The director Paradjanov's sublime mosaic on the life, art and spiritual odyssey of the 18th century Armenian poet, Sayat Nova. The film is a collection of images and tableaux that interweave landscapes, villages, costumes, props and music to form a metaphorical history of the Armernian nation. Banned in Russia for its religious sentiment and nonconformity to "Socialist realism"; its director, a tirelesslly outspoken campaigner for human rights, was convicted on a number of trumped up charges and sentenced to five years of hard labor in the gulag. The film "achieves a sort of visionary para-surrealism through the most economical means of gesture, props and texture...a sublime and heart-breaking film" (J. Hoberman, The Village Voice). This director's cut repositions the shots and images and restores censored footage. Armenian with English subtitles. Color.  88 minutes.

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 


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