Irina Zybina lost the head from love


Ирина Цывина потеряла голову от любви
The actress became the heroine of a new video for the song Lyubasha.

Ирина Цывина потеряла голову от любви

Irina Zybina and was used to record the clips in which sang songs
under the frames of his films and performances. “And in the new video for the song Lyubasha (creative
the alias of composer, poet and singer Tatyana Zaluzhny) “Head” the first time I became
the main character of the story that the plot loses her head from love, —
says 7days.ru Irina. — I have long loved this song, and here
somehow we got to talking with the Daughter, and she gladly allowed it to me
to perform. With me in the video starred my friend, the actress of Theatre on
Taganka Catherine Ryabushinsky, the performer of the title role in the musical “Sweeney
Todd the mad Barber of fleet Street”. In the new clip with Kate, our heroine
kidding, kidding, in General, girls fooling around. The author of the idea, Director,
operator and producer of the clip became a student
the second course of the production Department GITIS Olga Gubina, student of the famous
David Smila”.

The shooting took place in Moscow in the apartment of Irina Zybina, in the Park next
Theatre of the Russian Army and the Central house of cinema. “The premiere took place on 17
Aug live Musicbox, —
says Zybina. — By the way, this same day was held a personal exhibition
the author’s collection of hats lyubashi, where she performed as a designer — that’s
a coincidence.”

Recall that Irina Zybina graduated from the School-Studio of MKHAT (course Basil
Markov). Played in more than 50 films and television series, including “Idle people”,
“The pit”, “Kadetstvo”, “the circus Princess”, “Santa Claus always rings thrice”, “My
favorite dad”, “Olga”, “the Jackal” and others. Currently in films and
played in antrepriznyh performances. Honored artist of the Russian Federation. Teaches
acting at the School of Television “Ostankino TV” Olga Spirkina. Last
the wife of the legendary artist Eugene Evstigneev. Published books of memoirs of Eugene A. “the Artist”
and “I’m alive…”