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Behind Russian actresses monuments

Behind Russian actresses monuments

Memorial plate to film and theater actress Lyubov Polishchuk (May 21, 1949 –
November 28, 2006. Behind Russian actresses monuments

Behind Russian actresses monuments
Called the Soviet Sophia Loren, Lyubov Polishchuk was one of the most beautiful and extravagant women of Soviet cinema and could drive men crazy with one glance only. The film triumph of the actress took place in 1976, in M. Zakharov’s film “Twelve Chairs”. This role became for her both the landmark and fatal: it was after this film that the all-Union popularity came to her, but during the filming she got a serious spinal injury. The news of the deadly disease of the actress shocked everyone. Buried 28 November 2006 in Moscow at the Troekurovsky cemetery, however, the monument to the great actress appeared November 28, 2009. It is a column crowned with a crystal bust of the actress, reminiscent of a hardened scrap of fog.

Embodied in crystal, one of the most beautiful and stylish actresses of Russia - Lyubov Polishchuk

Embodied in crystal, one of the most beautiful and stylish actresses of Russia – Lyubov Polishchuk

The author of the monument – the cousin of her husband Alexander Tsigal himself worked on its creation. A portrait of Bohemian crystal weighs 132 kilograms. They did it in the Czech Republic, and Polishchuk’s relatives paid for the work. Tsigal himself and the architect of the monument Leonard Termitsky worked for free.
In addition to the monument there are two memorial plaques to the actress Lyubov Polishchuk. In particular, in Moscow on the house where she lived, in the Bolshoy Kasenniy, 8 and at the building of the Omsk school No. 97, where she studied.

Born in the Siberian city of Omsk, Polishchuk dreamed about the stage since childhood. Therefore, from an early age she was actively engaged in dancing and music. After graduation, Lyuba went to “conquer Moscow”.

After graduating from the vocal section of the All-Russia creative studio of pop art, she and her husband Valery Makarov went to their homeland – Omsk. There, she some time acted as the actress of a spoken genre, and later began to work in the theater.

In the 1970s, Lyubov Polishchuk began acting in films in episodic roles. As noted above, the film triumph of the actress took place in 1976, in M. Zakharov’s film “Twelve Chairs”. This role became for her both the landmark and fatal: it was after this film that the all-Union popularity came to her, but during the filming she got a serious spinal injury. In particular, when the hero of Andrei Mironov in the dance “dropped” the heroine, she fell on the cement floor, as film assistants forgot to put mats on the floor. Shot only from the 14th double, the tango became fatal. After these shots, the back pains became permanent.

Acting talent of Lubov Polishchuk opened up in full in comedic roles, and she won the hearts of millions of viewers. In all, she has played in more than 110 films.

Unfortunately, the malignant tumor of the spine caused her premature withdrawal. Recently, she had to work in a corset supporting the spine, overcoming severe pain. Fainted from pain. After the operation (removed part of the spine), she was treated in a private clinic in Israel. Last months the actress lived on strong painkillers … And she passed away on November 28, 2006, at six o’clock in the morning, at her home in Moscow.

Behind Russian actresses monuments

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