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Who is Aleksandr Askoldov?
Aleksandr Askoldov: Aleksandr Yakovlevich Askoldov was a Soviet Russian actor and film director. He graduated from the Gorky Literary Institute. After finishing the advanced directing course he directed his first film, Commissar. The film was banned for more than 20 years and put an end to his career as a director in the USSR.
- also known as Alexandre Askoldow
- born on (83 years ago) in Moscow, child of Yakov Askoldov
- nationality: Russia
- profession: Film director, actor, screenwriter
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A Dictionary of Film Studies (2012)
by Annette Kuhn, Guy Westwell
in the late 1980s came the release of many previously banned films (for example, Komissar/ The Commissar (Aleksandr Askoldov, 1968)) and an explosion in cinematic treatments of ...
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