Dyuzhev compares Artemiev to an artist who amazingly watched stills from films and selected music for them.
“When he looked at the landscape of the city, nature, notes appeared in his head, and then he was already aligned on a whole work,” Dyuzhev said.
The artist admitted that at one time the acquaintance with Artemyev changed his life.
– He, by pressing the keys, changed our souls when we listened to his music, – said the actor.
In the filmography of Eduard Artemiev, there are dozens of paintings. He wrote music for iconic Soviet films: “Solaris”, “Stalker”, “Unfinished Piece for Mechanical Piano”, “A Friend Among Strangers, A Stranger Among Their Own”, “Slave of Love”, “TASS is authorized to announce”. Eduard Artemyev also created musical accompaniment for notable post-Soviet films: Burnt by the Sun, Burnt by the Sun 2, The Barber of Siberia, Driver for Vera, Legend No. 17, Sin. The last film that Eduard Artemyev managed to work on was Nikita Mikhalkov’s “Chocolate Revolver”.