Original Russian film title (on the poster). A BAG FULL OF HEARTS. IN: 25¾ x 40½= CM: 65 x 103.Original vintage Soviet movie poster from the first released of the film in Soviet Union. For the cult USSR film. "SUMKA, POLNAYA SERDETS" - Soviet film, adaptation of the story of the same name in short stories by V. Fedorov showing the life of the Russian-Ukrainian village through the eyes of the postman Arina. A touching drama about the difficult post-war period. Quietly, calmly, life flowed in the village of Chistaya Krinitsa, until rich deposits of iron ore were found in the ground under it. And now bulldozers and excavators have already started working on the outskirts, life has begun to boil. Admiring the panorama of the new construction, the rural postman Aunt Arina begins to think about the past, present and future of her village. Arina's stories about the people of this village and her peers are composed into a story that in many ways resembles their favorite songs. RASSOKHA VLADIMIR IVANOVICH (1931 1993) Soviet graphic artist, poster artist. Vladimir Ivanovich Rossokha was born on January 19, 1931 in the Kobylyatsky district of the Poltava region. Soon the family moved to the city of Nikopol, Dnepropetrovsk region, to build the Yuzhnotrubny plant. With the outbreak of war, the plant was evacuated to Pervouralsk, Sverdlovsk Region. During the crossing, he fell behind the train and got lost. He wandered, earned his bread with his drawings. In 1950 he entered the Chisinau Republican Art School. With a break of five years, from 1951 to 1955 to serve in the Soviet Army, he graduated from college in 1958 with honors.
Since the autumn of the same year, he has been studying at the Moscow State Art Institute named after V. Surikov, in the workshop of monumental painting under the direction of A. His thesis work, created in 1964, the panel "Before the launch" on the space theme, which was popular at that time, was underestimated. According to the distribution, he was sent to work as an artist at the Tractor Agricultural Machinery Research Institute. In the publishing house "Reklamfilm" from the mid-60s to the end of the 80s.
In the same years, he collaborated with the Moscow Committee of Artistic and Design Works and the Visual Agitation studio. During perestroika, he became interested in marinism.He died in Moscow on January 30, 1993. This item is in the category "Art\Art Posters".posters" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.