Translation for 'La Vie de bohème' from English to Russian
Жизнь богемы [Аки Каурисмяки]
La Vie de bohème [Aki Kaurismäki]
Partial Matches
лантан {м} <La>
lanthanum <La>
лимфангиома {ж}
lymphangioma <LA>
Лаос {м}
Laos <.la>
а-ля-карт {adv} [по меню]
à la carte
Ахен {м}
Германия {ж}
Germany <.de>
де-юре {adv} [нескл.] [книжн.]
de jure
де-факто {adv} [нескл.] [книжн.]de facto
Рио-де-Жанейро {м} [нескл.]
Rio de Janeiro
Делавэр {м} [штат США]
Delaware <DE> [The First State]
тупик {м} [тж. перен.]cul-de-sac [also fig.]
балетная труппа {ж} театра
corps de ballet [treated as sing. or plural]
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Usage Examples English
  • In 1897, Gorga sang several roles at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice including the role of Marcello in Leoncavallo's "La bohème" which, like Puccini's version, is based on Henry Murger's "Scènes de la vie de Bohème".
  • The character of Marcel in Henri Murger's "Scènes de la vie de bohème", and thus the corresponding character Marcello in Puccini's opera based on it, was partially based on Champfleury.
  • In the late 19th century, the Romani culture inspired in their neighbors a wealth of artistic works. Among the most notable works are "Carmen" and "La Vie de Bohème".
  • The legends of the Bouzingo are captured most notably by Gautier in "Les Jeunes-France" (1833) but also to a lesser extent in Henry Murger's "La Vie de Bohème" (1849).
  • In 1851, Henri Murger wrote about four starving artists in "Scènes de la Vie de Bohème", the basis for operas entitled "La bohème" by both Puccini and Leoncavallo.

  • He composed some or all of the music for films including "La Planète Sauvage" (1973), "La Vie de bohème" (1992), "Deux jours à tuer" (2008) and "Saint Laurent" (2014).
  • "Echo" and "La Vie de Bohème" were recorded for BYG Actuel in Paris in 1969.
  • He lived in a Kowloon squatter area, sharing with three friends a small accommodation they dubbed Wu Yong Tang (《无用堂》the "hall of uselessness") and living a life redolent of an Eastern "Scènes de la vie de bohème".
  • is an opera in four acts, composed by Giacomo Puccini between 1893 and 1895 to an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa, based on "Scènes de la vie de bohème" (1851) by Henri Murger.
  • The film is based on the 1851 novel "La Vie de Bohème" by Henri Murger.

  • Henri Murger's collection of short stories "Scènes de la vie de bohème" ("Scenes of Bohemian Life"), published in 1845, was written to glorify and legitimize the bohemian lifestyle.
  • It is Kaurismäki's second French-language film, after "La Vie de Bohème" from 1992.
  • Wilms was the winner of the Best Supporting European Actor award at the 1992 European Film Awards for his work in Aki Kaurismäki's "La Vie de bohème".
  • He was nominated Best Actor by European Film Academy for his role as Rodolfo in "La Vie de Boheme" and won the Felix at the European Film Awards in 1992. He also starred in Jim Jarmusch's 1991 film "Night on Earth".
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