Queen of the Gypsies
|Queen of the Gypsies|
|Directed by||Emil Loteanu|
|Written by||Maxim Gorky (story)
|Music by||Eugen Doga|
|Edited by||Nadezhda Vasilyeva|
|Distributed by||Sovexportfilm (US)|
20 October 1976 (Toronto Film Fest.)
April 1979 (US)
|Running time||101 minutes|
Queen of the Gypsies (Russian: Табор уходит в небо, lit. "The gypsy camp goes to heaven"; also known as Gypsies Are Found Near Heaven) is a 1975 Soviet film by Emil Loteanu, loosely based on various works by Maxim Gorky. Set in early 20th century Austria-Hungary, the film tells the love story between the gypsy girl Rada and the horse thief Zobar of Gorky's early 1892 short story "Makar Chudra" (Russian: Макар Чудра).
- Queen of the Gypsies at the Internet Movie Database
- Queen of the Gypsies at AllMovie
- QUEEN OF THE GYPSIES, a Portrait of Carmen Amaya. A documentary on DVD.
|This article related to Soviet film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|
|This article about a romantic drama film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|