There Lived the Bookish Children (2010)

By Olga Lvoff


“There Lived the Bookish Children” film shows that everything is not so bad. It turns out that some children still read books - the thing that becomes a rarity. And Kolya, 11-year-old protagonist of the film, even writes his own books. “the Bookish Children” are the Lyceum students of Pushkin times and our leading character. They are united by creativity, knowledge and broad-mindedness. ______________________ The film was on air at Russian channel NERS-TV ( "НЭРС-ТВ"), Corbina TV.

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