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Stanislav GOVORUKHIN
Станислав ГОВОРУХИН
Stanislav GOVOROUKHINE
 
Russia, 1999, 95 mn 
Colour, fiction

The Rifleman Of The Voroshilov Regiment

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Ворошиловский стрелок

 

 Le Tireur d’élite

 Voroshilovskiy strelok


 
Directed by : Stanislav GOVORUKHIN (Станислав ГОВОРУХИН)
Writing credits : Aleksandr BORODIANSKY (Александр БОРОДЯНСКИЙ), Stanislav GOVORUKHIN (Станислав ГОВОРУХИН), Yuri POLIAKOV (Юрий ПОЛЯКОВ)
 
Cast
Marat BASHAROV (Марат БАШАРОВ)
Ilya DREVNOV (Илья ДРЕВНОВ)
Vladislav GALKIN (Владислав ГАЛКИН)
Sergey GARMASH (Сергей ГАРМАШ)
Aleksey MAKAROV (Алексей МАКАРОВ)
Georgi MARTIROSIAN (Георгий МАРТИРОСЯН)
Aleksandr POROKHOVSHCHIKOV (Александр ПОРОХОВЩИКОВ)
Irina ROZANOVA (Ирина РОЗАНОВА) ...La mère de Katia
Vladimir SEMAGO (Владимир СЕМАГО)
Aleksey SHEVCHENKOV (Алексей ШЕВЧЕНКОВ)
Anna SINIAKINA (Анна СИНЯКИНА)
Mikhail ULIANOV (Михаил УЛЬЯНОВ)
 
Cinematography : Gennadi ENGSTREM (Геннадий ЭНГСТРЕМ)
Music : Vladimir DASHKEVICH (Владимир ДАШКЕВИЧ)
Sound : Igor ZAMOTAIEV (Игорь ЗАМОТАЕВ)
Editing : Vera KRUGLOVA (Вера КРУГЛОВА)
Produced by : Yevgeni GOLYNSKI (Евгений ГОЛЫНСКИЙ), Sergey KOZLOV (2) (Сергей КОЗЛОВ (2)), Igor TOLSTUNOV (Игорь ТОЛСТУНОВ)
Production : NTV-Profit
Release date in Russia : 1999
 

Awards :
Best actor Mikhail ULIANOV , Annual award of the Guild of Historians of Cinema and Film Critics, Moscow (Russia), 1999
Best actor Mikhail ULIANOV , "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 1999

Plot synopsis
Stanislav Govorukhin directs this revenge drama that skewers both that country's pandemic corruption and nouveau riche thugs. Ivan Fedorovich (Mikhail Ulyanov) is a former railway worker who served during WWII as a sharp shooter in a crack Voroshilov regiment. Long retired, Ivan lives with his attractive teenaged granddaughter Katya (Anna Sinyakina), while her executive mother chases both business and men abroad. One day, Katya is picked up by a trio of wealthy young "New Russians" who have a taste for expensive cars and violent Western movies. They take her to a neighboring apartment complex, get her drunk, and then take turns raping her. The three boast that she is not the first girl they have ravaged and will not be the last. When Katya staggers home and tells her grandfather what happened, he immediately informs the police. The cops arrest the rapists and beat a confession out of them. Yet before the criminal trial can proceed, the district inspector (Vladislav Galkin), who coincidentally is the father of one of the rapists, orders the charges be dropped. After angrily complaining to a series of unreceptive bureaucrats, Ivan decides to take manners into his own hands using his old marksmanship expertise and a black market rifle. This film was screened at the 2000 Berlin Film Festival.
Jonathan Crow, www.allmovie.com
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Festival ''Cinema and literature'', Gatchina (Russia), 2006
- Berlin International Film Festival : Berlinale, Berlin (Germany), 2000
- "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 1999
- Annual award of the Guild of Historians of Cinema and Film Critics, Moscow (Russia), 1999


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