Based on A. Galych's play "Matrosskaya Tishina", "Papa" tells a story of a Jewish father who dreamed of seeing his son perform on a stage in front of huge audiences, he dreamed of seeing ...
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The beauty of this movie is that you, as the reader of the subtitles, are the only one who knows what is going on. The woman and the two men all speak different languages. It is a comedy of errors up until the end.
Based on A. Galych's play "Matrosskaya Tishina", "Papa" tells a story of a Jewish father who dreamed of seeing his son perform on a stage in front of huge audiences, he dreamed of seeing him as the greatest violinist of his time. To achieve the goal he taught his son Dodik how to play the violin from the yearly age. When Dodik grew up he left the small town he and his father lived in to study in the Moscow Conservatory leaving his past behind. But one day he has to choose either to loose his father or everything he has achieved.Written by
touching, powerful, useful. words about a film who reflects the passion of its director/lead actor for a play about a sort of love , life in a small town, desires, ambitions and the seeds of success. a slice of Soviet Union and one of the most remarkable performances of Vladimir Mashkov. because it is the genre of film exploring delicate theme. the need to be yourself and ignore the past, the unconditioned love and the price of success, the small, delicate feelings. and the relation father - son. touching is the realism of a not comfortable story about weakness and antisemitism and life under Communism and in war times. and this did the film special. a profound delicacy and a precise portrait .
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