niffiwan (niffiwan) wrote,

Translations by monsieuricon

...who has a blog about his subtitling endeavors over here, with links to the original subtitle files.

Translated on Dec. 23, 2009:

"Two Merry Ganders" (1970), a fun, very early film by the director Leonid Nosyrev (click on the "nosyrev" tag below this post to see his other films that I've written about & translated).

Translated on Jan. 5, 2010:

"Think You're So Clever, Marty Gra?" (1985), directed by Robert Saakyants at Armenfilm studio. This is a very funny film (one that I love) that is made even better by the excellent, understated character acting. Monsieuricon acknowledges that the translation of "Maslenitsa" as "Mardi Gras" may be controversial, so he's provided a defense of himself over here. Personally, I thought this film was untranslatable in the first place, so I congratulate him.

Translated on Jan. 11, 2010:

"Vovka in the Never-Ever Tsardom" (1965), directed by Boris Stepantsev at Soyuzmultfilm. I haven't seen this film yet, so I can provide no comments... :)

Translated on Jan. 21, 2010:

"Adventures of a House Elf" (1986), directed by Aida Zyablikova at Ecran studio (the main Moscow competitor to Soyuzmultfilm in the 1980s).

Tags: 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, armenfilm, ecran, nosyrev, saakyants, soyuzmultfilm, stepantsev, zyablikova

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