Giordano Bruno (Джордано Бруно, 1984) by Vladimir Goncharov

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Giordano Bruno
Джордано Бруно
Dzhordano Bruno (ru)
Джордано Бруно (bg)
Giordano Bruno (cs)
Giordano Bruno (et)

Year 1984
Director(s) Goncharov Vladimir
Studio(s) Kievnauchfilm
Language(s) Russian
Genre(s) Biography
Animation Type(s)  Cutout
Length 00:09:59
Wordiness 10.99 profile Ru, En
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The film tells the story of Giordano Bruno, a 16th-century martyr for science who was burned at the stake by the Holy Inquisition. It uses paintings by Mathias Grünewald.

Giordano Bruno (1548-1600) was an Italian Dominican friar, philosopher, mathematician, poet, cosmological theorist, and Hermetic occultist and freethinker. Ex-communicated by Lutherans as well as Calvinists, he was in the end condemned for his ideas by the Catholic inquisition and burned at the stake in Rome's Campo de Fiori in 1600. A statue of him was raised there and each year on February 17, the day of his death, until this very day, scientists gather around his statue to protest, as he is seen as martyr for science and free thought.

The film was released in both Ukrainian and Russian versions. The first version above is the Ukrainian one, newly restored in 2023. The second one is the Russian one.



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