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Bourliaev, Nikolaï (1946-....).

Works: 8 works in 25 publications in 3 languages and 77 library holdings
Genres: Drama  History  Biographical films  Historical films  War films  Drama  Film adaptations  War stories  Film trailers  Film excerpts 
Roles: Actor, Performer
Classifications: PN1997, 791.4372
Publication Timeline
Most widely held works by Nikolaï Bourliaev
Ivanovo detstvo = Ivan's childhood by Andreĭ Arsenʹevich Tarkovskiĭ( Visual )

8 editions published between 1992 and 2011 in Russian and French and held by 34 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Twelve year old Ivan is determined to avenge his family's death at the hands of the Nazis. He joins a Russian partisan regiment as a scout
De jeugd van Ivan( Visual )

1 edition published in 2006 in Russian and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Wanneer de ouders van de twaalfjarige Ivan door de nazi's om het leven komen, sluit hij zich aan bij de partizanen om tegen de Duitsers te vechten
Andreĭ Rubli︠o︡v : strasti po Andrei︠u︡ = Andrei Rublev : the passion according to Andrei by Andreĭ Arsenʹevich Tarkovskiĭ( Visual )

1 edition published in 1999 in Russian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ivanovo destvo: Taking a central theme of Soviet cinema and literature - war - Tarkovsky in his feature debut went further down the path of modernism than any of his contemporaries. Ivan's struggle to come to terms with the reality of war is portrayed through a blending of realism, expressionism and surrealism which attracted international attention and criticism at home. At the centre of the film is a special bond that grows between an army captain, his lieutenant and the boy Ivan. Ivan's memories and dreams are interpolated. The two prelude-to-battle scenes have a dream-like quality
La jeunesse de Bembi( Visual )

1 edition published in 2005 in Multiple languages and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Andrei Tarkovsky collection by Andreĭ Arsenʹevich Tarkovskiĭ( Visual )

1 edition published in 2011 in Russian and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Complete collection of directed works by the acclaimed Russian film maker, Andrei Tarkovsky. 'Ivan's Childhood' (1962) explores the life of a 12-year-old boy, Ivan (Nikolai Burlyayev), who is orphaned after his family are killed by the Nazis and goes on to join a partisan group, who use his diminutive stature and agility for intelligence purposes. Worried about his safety, they send him to a quieter area, but the boy, hellbent on revenge for his parents' murder, insists on being given more dangerous assignments, with tragic consequences. 'Andrei Rublev' (1966) is Tarkovsky's acclaimed epic about the life of the 15th century icon painter. Rublev (Anatoli Solonitsyn) lives in a world consumed by feudal violence and human degradation, and the turmoil he sees all about him makes him lose the will to speak. After many years of silent travelling around medieval Russia, he meets a young boy who has taken charge of the construction of a large silver bell, and in him discovers the inspiration to speak again. 'The Mirror' (1974) sees Tarkovsky draw on episodes from his own life in this story of a dying man reflecting on his relationships with his parents, wife and son. The film includes a number of reflections on the Russian people and their history, using the life of one man to consider the Russian experience from the Second World War through to the end of the Stalinist period. The film also features Tarkovsky's father reading his own poems and his mother (Larisa Tarkovskaya) playing the role of the on-screen mother. Adapted from a Stanislaw Lem novel, 'Solaris' (1972), charts the strange events which befall a group of young cosmonauts who work on a space station orbiting the ocean-covered planet Solaris. Fellow cosmonaut Kris Kelvin (Donatas Banionis) is sent to investigate the occurrences and soon begins encountering a variety of supernatural phenomena, including the physical manifestation of his own painful memories of his now-dead wife. Kelvin tries to get to the bottom of the mystery and begins looking for a way to communicate with the powerful forces of Solaris. In the stunningly filmed allegorical fantasy, 'Stalker' (1979), a psychologically gifted man (Aleksandr Kaidanovsky) leads a Writer (Anatoli Solonitsyn) and a Professor (Nikolai Grinko) through an industrial wasteland called the Zone, in search of a room where Truth is contained. In 'Nostalgia' (1983) a Russian poet and musicologist researching the life of an 18th century composer meets a mysterious man, who is convinced that the end of the world is nigh. The Russian is asked to cross an ancient sulphur pool from side to side carrying a lighted candle as an act of faith. Tarkovsky's first film outside the USSR is full of personal and Christian symbols and works as a study of such themes as memory, melancholia, and disenchantment with the material world. Tarkovsky's final film, 'The Sacrifice' (1986), won a special Jury Prize at Cannes in 1986. On an isolated Swedish island Alexander (Erland Josephson), his wife, their children, her lover and various eccentric friends gather around a radio when nuclear war is announced. Alexander attempts to strike a deal with God and is willing to sacrifice everything, including his six-year-old son, in order to avert the war and mankind's annihilation
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Alternative Names
Bourliaev Nikolai 1946-....

Burlâev, Kola.

Burlajew, Nikołaj

Burlyaev, Kolya 1946-

Burlyaev, N. 1946-

Burlyaev, Nikolay

Burlyaev Nikolay 1946-....

Nikolaï Bourliaïev

Nikolái Burliáyev

Nikolai Burlyayev attore russo

Nikolai Burlyayev Russian actor

Nikolai Burlyayev Russisch acteur

Nikolai Burlyayev Soviet and Russian actor and film director

Nikolai Petrowitsch Burljajew russischer Schauspieler und Filmregisseur

Nikolaj Burljajev

Nikolajs Burļajevs

Nyikolaj Burljajev


Бурляев Николай 1946-....

Бурляєв Микола Петрович радянський і російський актор театру та кіно

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