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Finding Justification for Absurdity in “Once Again for Love” (or Once More About Love)

12 January 2013 11:57 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Once Again for Love (Ещё Раз Про Любовь)

Written by Edvard Radzinsky (play), Evard Radzinsky (screenplay)

Directed by Georgi Natanson

Soviet Union, 1968.

“We cannot, after all, tell each other anything new,” smirks Yevdokimov (Aleksandr Lazarev), toying with his latest conquest. True enough, the Soviet black-and-white film, Once Again for Love, which is based on Edvard Radzinsky’s 1964 play, does not offer any novel solutions to the questions posed using predominant situational realism in a doomed relationship. Despite being a creation of 1968, a year that painted Soviet screens with productions like The Diamond Arm and The Color of Pomegranates, Once Again for Love is selectively devoid of color, highlighting psychological performance. At its core, the film is a dialogue on impulse and consequence, played out between two fools.

It is at once easy to identify with the isolated stewardess, Natasha (Tatyana Doronina), and to dismiss her as a needy decadent when it comes to relationships. »

- Lital Khaikin

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