Larisa Luppian: "I am proud to have remained in the history of Uzbekistan's cinematography"
At the master class within the framework of the Tashkent International Film Festival "Pearl of the Silk Road" actress and artistic director of the Lensovet Theater Larisa Luppian met with students, residents, and guests of the city.
In her collection of dozens of creative roles, including in such films as "You are Not an Orphan", "Late Meeting", and "Crying Ahead!", as well as in Lensovet performances. She has been directing this theater as artistic director for four years.
The creative meeting was held on a light wave, and the actress told about how she came to the movie, although initially she was drawn to ballet and even medicine.
Russian actress Larisa Luppian was born in Tashkent, lived for some time in Chirchik city, and studied at school No. 47 and then school No. 182 in Chilanzar district. She recalled how, as a child, people came to their school to look for boys to shoot the movie "You Are Not an Orphan". Director Shukhrat Abbasov personally selected children for roles.
"I remember that the director came up to my dad and said he had a very talented daughter," she said.
A few months later, the family received a postcard that little Larissa had been approved for a role in the movie "You Are Not an Orphan." This became a turning point in her life. The actress recalled how the first filming took place, and then a pavilion with realistic locations was created.
- At the opening of the Tashkent Film Festival they showed a fragment of the movie "You are not an Orphan" by Shukhrat Abbasov, where my heroine shouts: "Mommy, Mommy, Mommy". This is the most emotional moment of the movie, it was very touching. I am proud to have remained in the history of Uzbekistan's cinematography," Larisa Luppian said.
She also said that she was in Tashkent 12 years ago.
- The city is changing, getting better, but sometimes I still recognize familiar places - the choreographic school, Telman Park. I survived the earthquake here, I remember how we were sent to children's camps then. I have the warmest memories of Tashkent," Larisa Luppian shared.