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Medea [videorecording]: A Russian Ballet in One Act

Elgudja Zhgenti; Euripides
Format
Video; VHS
Summary
Filmed in the Soviet Union and never seen before by Western audiences, this extraordinary one-act ballet, Medea, freely interprets the classic drama of Euripides. Through music and dance it reveals the ancient story of a powerful woman's revenge upon her faithless husband and the younger rival who has stolen him away from her.
Director
Elgudja Zhgenti
Performers
Marina Goderdzishvili (Medea), Vika Laperashvili (Creusa), Vladimir Julukhadze (Jason), N. Magalashvili (Apsirt).
Release Date
1979
Run Time
70 min.
Language
Russian
Notes
  • VHS format [NTSC].
  • VHS hi-fi format.
Series
Aficionado Series
Credits
Director, Elgudja Zhgenti ; music, Revaz Gabichvadze ; camera, Feliz Vysotsky ; choreography, Georgiy Aleksidze.
Published
W. Long Branch, N.J. : Kultur International Films, Ltd., 1979.
Description
1 videocassette (70 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Technical Details
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