Pyotr Todorovsky

6.5 Wartime Romance (1983)
6.8 Intergirl (1989)
6.5 Encore Once More Encore (1992)

Ukrainian-Russian director Pyotr Todorovsky started out as a cinematographer, for example in Marlen Khutsievís Vesna na Zarechnoi Ulitse/ Springtime on Zarechnaia Street and Dva Fedora/ The Two Fedors (1956).

Todorovsky started directing frequently melancholic films: Nikogda/ Never (1963), Vernost/ Loyalty (1964), Gorodskoi Romans/ Urban Romance (1970), V Den Prazdnika/ On the Holiday (1978), Liubimaia Zhenshchina Mekhanika Gavrilova/ Mechanic Gavrilovís Beloved Woman (1981), Voenno-polevoy Roman/ Wartime Romance (1983), Po Glavnoi Ulitse s Orkestrom/ Along the Main Street with an Orchestra (1986), culminating with Interdevochka/ Intergirl (1989), about a Moscow prostitute.

After the fall of the Soviet Union, he made Ankor Escho Ankor/ Encore Once More Encore (1992) Takaia Chudnaia Igra/ Such a Wonderful Game (1995), and Retro Vtroem/ A Retro Threesome (1998), a remake of Abram Roomís silent movie Bed and Sofa.

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