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Efraim Sevela

Efraim Sevela Russian writer

Russian writer
Efraim Sevela
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Intro Russian writer
Was Film director Screenwriter Author Journalist Writer
From Russia Israel United States of America
Type Film, Television, Stage and Radio Journalism Literature
Gender male
Birth 8 March 1928, Babruysk, Belarus
Death 18 August 2010, Moscow, Russia (aged 82 years)
Star sign PiscesPisces
Education
Belarusian State University
Awards
Medal "For Courage"  
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Biography

Efraim Sevela (Russian: Эфраим Севела, Hebrew: אפרים סבלה‎, pen-name of Efim Evelevich Drabkin – Russian: Ефим Евелевич Драбкин; March 8, 1928, Babruysk, Mahilyow Voblast, Belarus – August 18, 2010) was a Soviet writer, screenwriter, director, producer, who after his emigration from the Soviet Union lived in Israel, USA and Russia.

Efraim Sevela was born to Jewish parents. His father was an officer. During World War 2, him and his family were evacuated from the fronline in 1941. After finishing school Sevela was admitted into the Belarusian State University and became a screenwriter for many Soviet patriotic films. At the end of the 1960s, Sevela joined the Jewish Soviet dissidents and took part in the capture of the main office of the head of the Soviet government in 1971. Sevela was expatriated to Israel. Aссording to his own words, the 45-year-old Sevela participated in the Yom Kippur War where he was wounded. In 1977 he left Israel for the United States. Efraim Sevela worked and lived in many cities such as London, Paris, and West Berlin.

In 1990 Efraim Sevela came back to the USSR and started filming very successful movies based on his works.

Novels

  • Monya Tsatskes (Monya Cackes [1])
  • We Were Not Like Other People.
  • Farewell, Israel!
  • Toyota Corolla
  • Legends From Invalid Street
  • Truth is for Strangers
  • Why There is no Heaven on Earth
  • Odessa-Mama 2003
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