MFA|EDA Salon: "Belovy" (1993) Victor Kossakovsky
(Victor Kossakovsky, 1993, 60 min, Russia, In Russian with English subtitles, B&W, Digital)
Belovy tells the story of Anna Belova, two-time widow who lives with her brother Mikhail. Blending the two personalities, Kosakovsky sketches a poetic, tragic and loving portrait of the Soviet soul: she is a rational hard worker, he is an idealist and a drunken philosopher. Curated by Tamar Rachkovsky and David D’Agostino for MFA|EDA Salon
Sponsored by the Duke MFA|EDA and the Program in the Arts of the Moving Image (AMI)
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