Once Talnah became scenery for feature film

Once Talnah became scenery for feature film

August 23, 2023

In 1967, in the vicinity of Talnah, which was under construction, the Mosfilm studio launched serious filming.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. The drama Thirst over the Stream was the first work of the young director Konstantin Osin. The movie action took place in a hydrological party in the Far North.

The authors kept the name of our all-Union Komsomol construction site in the script, just slightly changed it. So Talnah turned into Hantal.

Almost the entire story was built on the relationship between an experienced hydrologist and his novice assistant. Colleagues became spouses and stayed together in a small station at the end of the world.

The film theme is the search for oneself and the ability to live simply, enjoying nature, work, a loved one.

The film, however, did not receive good reviews from film critics or recognition from the audience. In the Norilsk chronicles, the opinion has been preserved that the first full-fledged cinematic experience in Norilsk was unsuccessful. But it is worthy seeing for Talnah view and the surrounding tundra.

In the History Spot’s previous publication, we told that three underground nuclear explosions were carried out on the Taimyr territory.

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Text: Svetlana Ferapontova, Photo: Nornickel Polar Branch archive

August 23, 2023

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