Solovey iz sela Marshintsy

Solovey iz sela Marshyntsi (, Соловейко з Буковини) is a 1966 short film. It was the first studio filmed movie starring Sofia Rotaru.


Rotaru was 19, when she starred in the film as a performer of Ukrainian and Moldavian folk songs. The setting is the premises of the Chernivsti Philharmonic Society. The name of the film was ultimately adopted as Rotaru's nickname in Soviet Union media reports of her career in the 1970s.

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    director Rostyslav Synko
    keywords adopt folk song soviet union
    musicBy V. Matetskiy
    producer Sofia Rotaru
    publisher Ukrtelefilm
    theme dance short