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Vasili FYODOROV
Василий ФЕДОРОВ
Vassili FIODOROV
 
1932, 91 mn 
Black and white, fiction

Myortvyy dom / Tyurma narodov

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Мертвый дом / Тюрьма народов

 

 La Maison des morts

 Myortvyy dom / Tyurma narodov


 
Directed by : Vasili FYODOROV (Василий ФЕДОРОВ)
Writing credits : Vasili FYODOROV (Василий ФЕДОРОВ), Viktor SHKLOVSKY (Виктор ШКЛОВСКИЙ)
 
Cast
Nikolay KHMELEV (Николай ХМЕЛЕВ) ...young Dostoyevsky
Nikolay PODGORNYY (Николай ПОДГОРНЫЙ) ...Pobedonostsev
Nikolay RADIN (Николай РАДИН) ...Dubelt
Nikolay VITOVTOV (Николай ВИТОВТОВ) ...Nikolay I
Vladimir BELOKUROV (Владимир БЕЛОКУРОВ)
Vasili KOVRIGIN (Василий КОВРИГИН)
Viktor SHKLOVSKY (Виктор ШКЛОВСКИЙ) ...Petrashevsky
 
Cinematography : Vasili PRONIN (Василий ПРОНИН)
Production design : Vladimir YEGOROV (Владимир ЕГОРОВ)
Music : Vladimir KRYUKOV (Владимир КРЮКОВ)
Production : Mejrabpomfilm
 

Plot synopsis
Episodes from the life of F.M.Dostoevsky. Dostoevsky's life is presented as the history of a man whose mentality was damaged by the regime. The atmosphere of the “house of the dead” - Russia during the rule of tsar Nikolai — makes the author renounce socialist ideas and turn to religious sermons instead.
 

Commentaries and bibliography
The Socialist Avant-Garde at the 33rd Moscow International Film Festival, Julie DRASKOCZY, Article, kinokultura.com, 2011
Gros plan Par Émile Breton La grammaire et les soviets, Emile BRETON, Article, humanite.fr, 2000
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- L'URSS des cinéastes à la Cinémathèque française. 1917-1945 : deuxième partie, Paris (France), 2017
- Festival international du film restauré à la Cinémathèque française, Paris (France), 2012
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2011
- Gels et dégels, une autre histoire du cinéma soviétique (1926-1968), Paris (France), 2002

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