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Yuri Zavadsky began his artistic career as an actor under the tutelage of the legendary Evgeny Vakhtangov, portraying the handsome Kalaph in Vakhtangov's famous production of "Princess Turandot." The film finds Zavadsky toward the end of his career, when, as the artistic director of the Mossovet Theatre, he rehearses with actors in his last production, "Peterburg Dreams," based on Dostoyevsky's "Crime and Punishment." Together with his long time friend the famous poet Pavel Antokolsky, the aging director reminisces about the other friends from their youth, including Marina Tsevtaeva. Theatrical luminaries such as Vera Maretskaya, Rostislav Platt, and Ia Savvina share their experiences from the time they worked with Zavadsky. Russian. 70 minutes, 1971