Aleksandr Volodin (playwright)
Aleksandr Moiseyevich Volodin (Russian: Александр Моисеевич Володин; 1919–2001), born Lifschitz, was a Soviet and Russian playwright, screenwriter and poet. His first play was The Factory Girl (1956). His most famous plays were Five Evenings (1959), My Elder Sister and some others. In addition, he created the script for the film Autumn Marathon (1979) by director Georgy Daneliya.
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