WHAT IS THE THEORY OF RELATIVITY? / CHTO TAKOE TEORIIA OTNOSITEL'NOSTI?
USSR, Mosnauchfilm, 1964, 20 minutes
Scriptwriters: Semyon Lungin, Ilya Nusinov
Director: Semyon Raitburt
Composer: Aleksandr Zatsepin
Cast: Alla Demidova (the physicist), Aleksey Polevoy (cameo), Georgy Vitsin (cameo), Aleksey Gribov (cameo)
In a compartment of the Moscow-Novosibirsk train, a young physicist meets famous film actors. The conversation accidentally comes to Einstein, and the woman begins to explain to her fellow travelers what the theory of relativity is. The actors are incidentally on their way to the shooting of a film about physicists, but they do not understand the subject at all.
SHEDULE

November 16, Tuesday
18:30
Physics and Tragedians
What is the Theory of Relativity? (1964)
Physics at Half Past Nine (1971)
The Mathematician and the Devil (1972)
In the Crooked Mirror (1982)
12+

The films will be presented by the chief editor of the Lenfilm studio, film critic Andrey Apostolov.
The Documentary
Film Center

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