Marlen Khutsijev was born on October 4, 1925 in Tiflis. He was a Russian Director, Author, known for Ijulskij Dozhd' (1967), Mne dvadtsat let (1964), Bil mesjats maj (1970), Marlen Khutsijev's first movie on record is from 1956. Marlen Khutsijev died on March 19, 2019 in Moskva. His last motion picture on file dates from 2007.
Marlen Khutsijev Filmography [Auszug]
2007:  Nevjechernjaja (Director),
2001:  Ljudi 1941 goda (Director),
1991: [06.00] Beskonjechnost (Infinitas, Infinity) (Director), with , , ,
1987:  Dzhura - okhotnik iz Min-Arkhara (Scenario: (AKA M. Imrekov)),
1983: [03.00] Posleslovije (Director), with Rostislav Pljatt, Andrej Mjagkov,
1974:  I vsvetaki ja vjeru... (And Still I Believe..) (Cast), Directed by Mikhail Romm,
1970:  Bil mesjats maj (It Was in May) (Director), with , , Sergej Shakurov,
1967:  Ijulskij Dozhd' (July Rain) (Director), with , Aleksandr Beljavskij, Jurij Vizbor,
1964:  Mne dvadtsat let (I am Twenty) (Director), with , , ,
1958:  Dva Fjodora (Director),
1958:  Ulitsa molodosti (Scenario), Directed by Feliks Mironjer,
1956:  Vesna na Zarechnoj ulitse (Director),
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