Aleksandrs Petukhovs

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Aleksandrs Petukhovs
Born 1967
Riga, Latvia

Aleksandrs Petukhovs (born 1967) is a screenwriter and film director.

Petukhovs was born in Riga, Latvia. He studied film at the National Filmschool VGIK in Moscow. He worked as a film critic for the daily newspaper Pravda. In the 1990s he emigrated to Poland and became assistant director of Baranowski, Kieślowski and Polański. His 2004 film The Last Soviet Movie was selected for the European Film Award.

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