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Date: 3 weeks ago   Category: Russia

The director Mamin sells the apartment because there is no money for cinema


The director Mamin sells the apartment because there is no money for cinema
But the artist keeps. St. Petersburg doesn't plan to leave yet and is ready to create even in modest apartments. The Russian and Soviet director of theater and cinema Yury Mamin famous for movies "Window to Paris" and "Bitterly!" (not that) sells the spacious apartments on Gorokhova Street in St. Petersburg. The new owner of the apartment, occupying all fourth floor of a wing in the house of construction of the 19th century, Mamin would prefer to see the person who appreciates the historical atmosphere of the place. The director has approached creation of the announcement creatively, having decided not to address on specialized services. "I am convinced that St. Petersburg is unique only the historic center with its pre-revolutionary architecture which influences us as the stiffened music, imperceptibly forming culture, feeling of beauty and esthetic taste. This process happens only at those who live in the old city and mature among places where each house, each lane – the page of history or the work of art. Anything there is no similar also in mention in regions of new buildings which differ in nothing from just the same buildings in other cities of Russia. Therefore I don't accept announcements of sales of apartments on the websites of the Internet: they are formed in the offered forms and report only standard data on metric areas, parkings and the next metro stations, disregarding the unique historical atmosphere of the place where housing is located", - Mamin writes. The apartment price – 13 million rubles. In the comment "Today" Yury Mamin has reported to Policy that he isn't going to leave the hometown and the country so far. Just the maintenance of apartments became essential to be hit the pocket. "Having deprived of me an opportunity to shoot film, have deprived also of earnings. I saved enough debts. But I lived, as well as all working people, directors who script, plan the future. And I have got used to such life. Most of my colleagues and continue to live. But in connection with policy, ideology of our Minister of Culture Medinsky, both of my projects offered by Lenfilm were unclaimed. I have been forced to pass to teaching which brings modest income. We with the wife should find the smaller area which won't carry away all money", - the director has told. "A window to Paris-2" I had to become a spectacular tape with difficult scenery, special effects and production tricks. Production of the movie was estimated at 135 million rubles. Creators have begun to collect starting three million by means of national financing in 2014. Today the website of the project is inaccessible. In parallel with it Mamin worked on the tragicomedy about the fate of the repressed Soviet translators "Joy of love to Joyce".
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