Thanks to the movie “Alien father”, published in 1982, we have the opportunity to look at the city Ivye the way he was during filming. Below are screenshots taken from the movie itself.

Ivye, Belarus, at the cinema

To identify Ivya, it was enough to see the footage taken on the main street of the city, here is an ordinary building of the late 19th - first half of the 20th century, and of course the Church of Saints Peter and Paul.

The city of Ivye in cinema

Footage of the city of Ivye in the 1982 film "Alien Father"

There are several scenes in the film, the events of which take place near the church, they show a gate with a fence, the building of the monastery and the walls of the temple itself.

The city of Ivye in cinema

Stills from the film "Alien father"

Footage of the city of Ivye in the 1982 film "Alien Father"

A view also opens up on Komsomolskaya Street, where you can see the still unrestored water Mill.

Footage of the city of Ivye in the 1982 film "Alien Father"

Here is the bridge over the Ivenka River and the mill building, but closer.

Footage of the city of Ivye in the 1982 film "Alien Father"

Film shot in the city of Ivye

The movie “An Alien Father” was filmed based on the novel of the same name by Vyacheslav Adamchik, in which events unfold during the period of Interwar Poland. Below is a link to the film itself:

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