The Children of USSR
|The Children of USSR|
|Directed by||Felix Gerchikov|
|Produced by||Mirit Tovi|
|Written by||Ayidin Ali-Zade
The Children of USSR (Hebrew: ילדי СССР, translit. Yaldei SSSR) is a 2005 Israeli drama film directed by Felix Gerchikov, and produced as part of the Israeli Project Greenlight reality show, which Gerchikov won. It was entered into the 29th Moscow International Film Festival. It won an Anat Pirchi Drama Award at the 22nd Jerusalem Film Festival in 2005, and the Best Israeli Film award at the 5th Annual Eilat International Film Festival in 2007.
- Daniel Bruck as Slava
- Salim Dau as Policeman
- Vladimir Freedman as Viktor the Coach
- Vitali Friedland as Kostyl'
- Tamara Klayngon as Svetlana
- Arthur Marchenko as Banochka
- Shaul Mizrahi as Mashiah
- Niko Nikolaev as Vitaly
- Ygal Resnik as Mucha
- Sirak M. Sabahat as Nisim
- Anna Stephan as Oksana
- "הסתיים פרויקט גרינלייט הישראלי". News1 (in Hebrew). 24 May 2005. Retrieved 21 February 2015.
- Gershenson, Olga (3 May 2011). "Aliyah to The Movies: Russian and Israeli Cinema". Jewish Quarterly. Retrieved 21 February 2015.
pronounced yaldey sssr, the title combines a Hebrew word for ‘children’ and a Russian word for ‘USSR’. Idiosyncratic bilingual spelling not only introduces a Russian word into a Hebrew title, but also uses a Cyrillic acronym as a nostalgic icon.
- Gershenson, Olga (2011). "Immigrant Cinema: Russian Israelis on Screens and behind the Cameras". In Talmon, Miri; Peleg, Yaron. Israeli Cinema: Identities in Motion. The Jewish History, Life, and Culture Series. Austin: University of Texas Press. pp. 134–150. ISBN 978-0-292-72560-7.
- "29th Moscow International Film Festival (2007)". MIFF. Retrieved 31 May 2013.
- "2005". Jerusalem Film Festival. Retrieved 21 February 2015.
- "Eilat International Film Festival". Eilat International Film Festival. Archived from the original on 12 June 2007. Retrieved 17 February 2015.
- The Children of CCCP at the Internet Movie Database
- The Children of USSR at the Israeli Film Database
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