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After it the actress refused to act any more, since it was the age when only roles of old dames could be offered.Reportedly, "Russian cinema goers and critics call Mordyukova one of the best actresses of the 20th century." In over fifty years of work in the cinema she has played in dozens of films, where she acted mainly as ordinary Russian women.Similarly, she has been a highly visible presence throughout the 1990s, with supporting roles in some of the most-popular Russian features, such as Pavel Lungin's "Luna Park" (1992) and Vladimir Menshov's "Shirli-Myrli" (1995).In 1999 she played the leading role in "Mummy" (1999), directed by Denis Yevstigneyev; a family saga loosely based on a real story, mixing action, melodrama and comedy elements and spanning several decades.Russian girls are able to downcast eyes like delinquent children, it seems they are about to cry, their eyes barely restrain turquoise tears that came out of the permafrost, centuries of grief.
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In 1946 Nonna Mordyukova entered the Actors' Faculty of VGIK and studied there under Boris Bibikov and Olga Pyzhova.
Nonna Mordyukova played her debut film role, which at once brought her official recognition and nationwide people's love, in Sergei Gerasimov's film Molodaya gvardiya (The Young Guard) (1948) featuring her as Uliana Gromova, a heroine of the Red Don underground. Another success was Mikhail Shvejtser's film Chuzhaya rodnya ("Other People's Relatives") (1955), where she played her role of Stesha Ryashkina with great veracity of folk intonations and village manners.
By that time Mordyukova was over sixty and had starred in over twenty other films.
The wide critical acclaim and appreciation for what is probably her best performance came too late to have any definitive effect on her profile as an actor.