Dinara Drukarova


Dinara Drukarova (born January 3, 1976) is a Russian actress. She was born in St. Petersburg, and still lives there half the year, spending the other half in France, where she tends to pursue most of her film roles. She made her debut in the 1989 film It Was Near Sea, but it was her second film, Don't Move, Die and Rise Again!, which first saw her receiving attention, when the film won the Golden Camera at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival. One of Drukarova's few Russian films during the latter half of the 1990s was the controversial 1998 cult film Of Freaks and Men, in which she played the female lead role of Lisa. This performance saw her nominated in the category of "Best European Actress" at the 1998 European Film Awards. In 2003 Dinara won the key part of Ada, a Georgian woman, in 'Since Otar Left'. The film won the Critics Week Grand Prize at Cannes, and substantially increased Drukarova's profile internationally.


"Of freaks and men"

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