Afin de mettre en avant une partie des coulisses de la création, Tatiana Poliektova, co-réalisatrice du film Tomato Story, répond à notre questionnaire onirique.
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Les mondes et personnages de ficton de Tatiana Poliektova
1- Le personnage qui vous a le plus touché ?
J'ai toujours adoré les dessins animés soviétiques. Ils sont chaleureux, impréssionants et très bien faits. J'aime particulièrement "Winnie l'ourson" de Fiodor Khitrouk et "Tchebourachka" de Abelevich Kachanov. Je les regarde depuis toute petite et c'est certainement pourquoi ce sont ces films qui me touchent le plus.
1-The fictional character you have most been touched by ?
I always love all soviet cartoons. They were very kind, impressive, very warm and well made. I like “Winnie the pooh” by Fyodor Khitruk, and sure Cheburashka by Roman Kachanov! We watched them since we were small, maybe that’s why they are the most touchable.
2-The fictional character you have most been scared by ?
There is one cartoon I watched in childhood "Snow queen" by Lev Atamanov. The queen there is very beautiful, tall, but really scared cold like icicle. Also the monsters from Miyazaki's films.
3-The fictional character you would most like to meet ?
The main characters (two monsters) of the film "Monsters" by Pixar. They seem very funny.
4-The fictional character you would most like to be reincarnated as (^_^) ?
5-The fictional world you would most like to live in ?
I would like the world that I don’t experience now. For example Nemo and live in sea (^_^).
6-The fictional world you would least like to live in ?
Fantastic world of Hayao Miyazaki.
7-The role you would most like to have from a fictional work ?
Some animal role.
8-The fictional world you remember most from your Childhood ?
When I was small I watched all our soviet time made cartoons. "Winnie Pooh", "Cheburashka", "Once lived a dog" by Eduard Nazarov, "Umka" by Vladimir Popov and Vladimir Pekar.