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Stanislav Sergeyevich Govorukhin PAR (Russian: Станислав Серге́евич Говорухин; 29 March 1936 – 14 June 2018) was a Soviet and Russian film director. His films, often featuring detective or adventure plots, are commonly dominated by strong male characters who seek to avenge criminal acts but have to eschew commonly accepted social norms in order to succeed.
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Govorukhin was married twice. He had one son from his first marriage — Sergey Govorukhin (1961–2011), a war correspondent, writer and director of documentary films who took part in different armed conflicts in Tajikistan, Yugoslavia, Afghanistan and both Chechen wars between 1994 and 2005. In 1995 he was wounded by Chechen terrorists which resulted in one of his legs being amputated. Nevertheless, he continued his work. In 1998 he released one of the most acclaimed documentaries about the First Chechen War — Damned and Forgotten that was awarded with the Nika Award in 1998 as the best documentary. He also took part in several non-governmental organizations dedicated to helping disabled war veterans. In 2011 he survived a stroke and died several days later at the age of 50. He left two sons and one daughter. During the 1990s Stanislav Govorukhin became professionally interested in landscape painting. He has conducted a number of expositions since 1998. Govorukhin belongs to the Russian Orthodox Church. In 2016 during his 80th birthday Patriarch Kirill of Moscow awarded him with the II class Order of Sergius of Radonezh.
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