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Died director of “Eternal Call” Vladimir Krasnopolsky

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The famous director Vladimir Krasnopolsky died at the age of 90, the Union of Cinematographers of Russia reported. The causes of death were not specified.

“In the 90th year of our life, our friend and colleague, a member of the Union of Cinematographers of Russia, People’s Artist of the RSFSR, laureate of the State Prize of the USSR and the Lenin Komsomol Prize, holder of the orders “Badge of Honor”, ​​“Order of Honor”, ​​“For Merit to the Fatherland” passed away. (IV and III degrees), feature film director Vladimir Arkadyevich Krasnopolsky,” the statement said.

Vladimir Krasnopolsky was born on June 14, 1933, graduated from the historical and philological faculty of the Ural University, then from the directing department of VGIK. Since 1964 he worked at Mosfilm. He was remembered by the audience for such films as “Shadows Disappear at Noon”, “Eternal Call”, “Taiga Landing”, “Ermak”, “House with Lilies”, “Expropriator”, “Two Fates”, “Web”, “Wolf Messing: Seeing Through Time”, “Marry a Millionaire!”, “On the Sunny Side of the Street”, “Manna from Heaven”, etc.

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Source: Rosbalt

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