- Original title
Chastnaya zhizn (Private Life)
- Running time
- 102 min.
- Soviet Union (USSR)
Yuli Raizman, Anatoli Grebnev
- Synopsis / Plot
- Mikhail Ulyanov is the Bergmanesque protagonist of the Russian Private Life. A government-appointed factory executive, Ulyanov is reduced to quivering confusion when he is dismissed. Recovering from this blow, he decides to review and realign his life. In so doing, he discovers that there's plenty left in the world to make life worth living. Private Life was nominated for the "best foreign picture" Academy Award in 1983.
: Nominated for Oscar: Best Foreign Language Picture
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