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Mikhail Pugovkin Monument to Appear in Yalta
7.04.2014 11:00
Mikhail Pugovkin Monument to Appear in Yalta

A monument to the film director Yakin from the legendary movie Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the Future will be set up in Yalta.

      The monument project was initiated by the widow of the actor Mikhail Pugovkin, who ingeniously impersonated this character in the movie.

      Mikhail Pugovkin monument will correspond completely to the director’s image from the popular comedy.

      According to draft sketches, he will be sitting in a director's chair and musing upon a distant scene. The monument will be set up on the seacoast, at the very place, where an episode from the movie Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the Future was shot. It will reproduce the scene, when the film director of Yakin is watching performance by Shurik’s wife.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Cinema Monuments to People Yalta Mikhail Pugovkin  

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