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To Live to Love (0+)

Belarus, 2003, colour, 52 min.
Director: Yuri Khashchevatsky
A story of how film scriptwriter Irina Pismennaya has picked up and raised a homeless girl. Parallel to the main story are lives of other destitute children.

Yuri Khashchevatsky

Yuri Khashchevatsky

(1947-2004). Training: the Odessa Technological Institute (1970), the Leningrad State Institute of Theatre, Music and Cinematography (1981). Lived and worked in Minsk.

FILMOGRAPHY

“A Quiet Life in the Deep”, 1985; “Back to Khatyn”, “Look at Your House”, 1986; “The Stubborn Man”, “Here Was Krylov”, “The Conscripts”, 1988; “The Travellers”, “The Master and the Apprentices”, “The Formula of Escalation”, 1988; “The Cross-claim”, “On the Wheel to the Sky”, “Who is Absent Today”, 1989; “The Mediator”, “The Mail Line”, 1990; “The Orange Jackets”, “Everything’s Fine”», 1991; “The Russian Way of Happiness”, 1992; “Passion for Marriana”, 1993; “The Israeli Bread”, 1994; “The Oasis”, “An Ordinary President”, 1996; “The Echo of Silence”,1997; “The Time of Chztoy Enlay”, 1998; “The Gods of the Sickle and the Hammer”, 2000; “The Hostages of the Caucasus”, 2002; “The Saint Doctor”, “The Solar Clown”, 2003.
Belarus, 2003, colour, 52 min.
Director: Yuri Khashchevatsky
A story of how film scriptwriter Irina Pismennaya has picked up and raised a homeless girl. Parallel to the main story are lives of other destitute children.