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Title D'Est / Lieurac Productions, Paradise Films, La Radio Télévision Portugaise ; en association avec La Sept/Arte présentent ; un film de Chantal Akerman ; un coproducton du Centre de l'Audio-Visuel à Bruxelles, de la RTBF ; production exécutive, Marilyn Watelet.
Imprint [New York] : Icarus Films Home Video, [2016]

Series Chantal Akerman, four films.
Chantal Akerman, four films.
Subject Akerman, Chantal -- Travel -- Europe, Eastern.
Akerman, Chantal -- Travel -- Soviet Union.
Europe, Eastern -- Description and travel.
Europe, Eastern -- Social conditions.
Europe, Eastern -- History -- 1989-
Soviet Union -- Social conditions -- 1945-1991.
Alt Name Akerman, Chantal,
Radio télévision portugaise,
Paradise Films,
Lieurac Productions,
Sept/Arte (Firm),
Centre de l'audiovisuel à Bruxelles,
Radio-Télévision belge de la communauté culturelle française,
Icarus Films Home Video,
Add Title Title on container: From the East
Description 1 videodisc (110 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet ([14] pages : color illustrations ; 19 cm).
Performer Natalia Chakhovskaia (Herself).
System Details DVD; Region 1; NTSC.
Credits Cinematographers, Raymond Fromont, Bernard Delville ; editors, Claire Atherton, Agnès Bruckert ; Natalia Chakhovskaia.
Note Originally released as a documentary film in 1993.
"Natalia Chakhovskaia interprète l'aria de la suite pour violoncello solo de Boris Tchaikovski"--Opening credits
Summary In this minimalist wordless observational film from footage gathered in the course of her travels throughout the former eastern bloc from East Germany, across Poland and the Baltic states, to Moscow, filmmaker Akerman created a still, solemn depiction of the twilight of Soviet society shortly after the 1990's collapse of the Soviet Union.
ISBN/ISSN 854565001893 (set)
OCLC # 946756003

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