Cross-Eyed Sasha

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The novella Cross-Eyed Sasha formed the basis for Sergei Bodrov's film S.E.R Freedom is Paradise (Svoboda eto rai, 1989), an important film of the perestroika period that won international recognition among others, the Grand Prix des Amriques at the Montreal Film Festival in 1989, and the Wolfgang Staudte Award at the Berlin International Film Festival in 1990. It is concerned with the poverty-stricken criminal classes: an orphan boy searches for his father, whom he inds in prison. The novella has been translated by Professor Michael Heim of the University of California at Los Angeles.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/srsc.1.1.69_1

Affiliations: Russian and Soviet Cinema.

Publication date: November 7, 2006

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  • Studies in Russian & Soviet Cinema focuses on pre-revolutionary, Soviet and post- Soviet film, its aesthetic development, and its position between ideology and industry. SRSC invites contributions that constitute original research. The journal seeks to promote research from established scholars as well as to encourage researchers new to the field.
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