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Vladimir BORTKO
Владимир БОРТКО
Vladimir BORTKO
 
Russia, 2003, full length film 
Colour, fiction, TV serial

Idiot

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Идиот

 

 L'Idiot

 Idiot


 
Directed by : Vladimir BORTKO (Владимир БОРТКО)
 
Cast
Mikhail BOYARSKY (Михаил БОЯРСКИЙ)
Inna CHURIKOVA (Инна ЧУРИКОВА)
Vadim LOBANOV (Вадим ЛОБАНОВ)
Vladimir MASHKOV (Владимир МАШКОВ)
Yevgeni MIRONOV (Евгений МИРОНОВ) ...Prince Mychkine
Lidia VELEZHEVA (Лидия ВЕЛЕЖЕВА) ...Nastassia Filippovna
 
Cinematography : Dmitriy MASS (Дмитрий МАСС)
Production design : Vladimir SVETOZAROV (Владимир СВЕТОЗАРОВ)
Produced by : Valery TODOROVSKY (Валерий ТОДОРОВСКИЙ)
 

Awards :
Best actor Yevgeni MIRONOV , Golden Eagle awards, Moscow (Russia), 2004
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Inna CHURIKOVA , Golden Eagle awards, Moscow (Russia), 2004

Plot synopsis
This version of The Idiot, made for the Russian TV, is actually the first attempt to film the Fyodor Dostoyevsky novel in its entirety. Yevgeny Mironov plays the title character, Russian Prince Myshkin, who returns to St. Petersburg after a stay in a Swiss mental hospital. The prince is not literally a mental midget; he is considered an idiot because, as an honest and upright person, he cannot keep pace with the evil in the world. He busies himself with the petty problems of his aristocratic friends, which drive him back into the recesses of insanity. Lidiya Velezheva co-stars as Nastassya Filippovna, the woman of loose morals who turns out to be the only person who truly cares about Myshkin's welfare, while Vladimir Mashkov plays the nominal villain of the piece, an iconoclastic merchant named Rogozhin, whose passion for Nastassya culminates in tragedy. The Idiot was previously filmed in France in 1946, in Japan by Akira Kurosawa in 1951, and in Russia in 1958.
Hal Erickson, www.allmovie.com
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Golden Eagle awards, Moscow (Russia), 2004


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