Sergei Eizenstein. Post scriptum

Ansis Epners, Latvia, 1987
Synopsis

SERGEI EISENSTEIN. POST SCRIPTUM. This film is chosen for two reasons: Eisenstein was born in Riga and next year is his 100th birthday. This film from 1979 is not an up-to-date film and therefore has the quality of never getting older.
Ansis Epners is one of Latvia's foremost directors. Born in 1937 in Riga, graduated from Riga's University as a philologist, he also studied in the Cinematography Institute in Moscow.

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