The film after a well-known story by M.Karamzin about the tragic love of a poor country girl Liza for a rich young man. —souzmult.com
Born – August 8, 1937; Died – March 19, 2010
Garanina was a leading director at Soyuzmultfilm studio from the 1970s until the early 1990s. Along with her cinematographer, Aleksandr Vikhanskiy, she revolutionized puppet animation (she worked in other techniques as well). Her poetic films won many international awards.
She has made 6 films. Perhaps her most ambitious work was the 1988 animated feature film “The Cat Who Walked by Herself”
“Maybe we would forget our souls if tears never dropped from our eyes.” — Nikolai Karamzin, “Poor Liza”