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MOSCOW, November 12. Director Alexander Mitte was called an ambulance due to a rise in temperature while he was left for home treatment, said his assistant Gennady Ivanov.
““An ambulance was called, but at home for now,” said the assistant director. According to him, the cause was temperature.
Ivanov noted that the last time he met with Mitta was a month ago and he was “in a cheerful state.”
Film director, actor, screenwriter, People's Artist of Russia Alexander Mitta was born on March 28, 1933 in Moscow. He graduated from the directing department of VGIK, where his mentor was People's Artist of the USSR Mikhail Romm. The director's film debut took place in 1961, when he directed the film ''My Friend, Kolka!'' together with Alexei Saltykov. Mitta also directed the films ''Shine, Shine, My Star'', ''The Crew'', ''The Tale of How Tsar Peter Married an Arab'', and the TV series ''Border. Taiga Romance'' and others.