On March 16, the START online cinema will host the premiere of the record-breaking Russian film “Cheburashka”. Dmitry Dyachenko’s family comedy, released on January 1, has already been watched by 23 million viewers of different ages. But the interest in the image is not reduced. To date, Cheburashka’s collections in Russia and other CIS countries have exceeded 6.8 billion rubles.
Those who have not yet seen the film in the cinema can watch it online and then learn the details of the creation of the film, in which young and old find something close to themselves.
“Cheburashka all of us, one way or another, make children, and we become sincere and somehow better,” admits Polina Maksimova, who played the daughter of the gardener Gena Tatyana. The embodiment of the image of Cheburashka on the screen was the most difficult part of the work of the film crew. Actress Olga Kuzmina gave Ushastik her voice and facial expressions, and an understudy, plush and even empty space were responsible for her movement in the frame. Olga Kuzmina called the process of such a multifaceted work “a quest for an actor.”
And Sergey Garmash, thanks to his interaction with Cheburashka, plunged back into his past: “According to my first training, I was a puppet theater actor I worked a whole year in puppet theater, he shared. Sergei Leonidovich also performed the song “Let them run clumsily …” for the film. The actor himself chose a comfortable tone for the performance and filled the children’s composition with kindness, which is felt through the screen by the audience, which invariably sings during the final credits.
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