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Edmond KEOSAYAN
Эдмонд КЕОСАЯН
Edmond KEOSSAIAN
 
USSR, 1966, 78 mn 
Colour, fiction

Elusive Avengers

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Неуловимые мстители

 

 Les Justiciers insaisissables

 Neulovimye mstiteli


 
Directed by : Edmond KEOSAYAN (Эдмонд КЕОСАЯН)
Writing credits : Sergey ERMOLINSKY (Сергей ЕРМОЛИНСКИЙ), Edmond KEOSAYAN (Эдмонд КЕОСАЯН)
 
Cast
Vladimir BELOKUROV (Владимир БЕЛОКУРОВ) ...le philosophe
Inna CHURIKOVA (Инна ЧУРИКОВА) ...Jasi
Nadezhda FEDOSOVA (Надежда ФЕДОСОВА) ...Krestiane
Yefim KOPELIAN (Ефим КОПЕЛЯН) ...Bournache
Viktor KOSYKH (Виктор КОСЫХ)
Savely KRAMAROV (Савелий КРАМАРОВ) ...Bournache, jeune
Valentina KURDIUKOVA (Валентина КУРДЮКОВА)
Mikhail METIOLKIN (Михаил МЕТЕЛКИН)
Boris SICHKIN (Борис СИЧКИН)
Gleb STRIZHENOV (Глеб СТРИЖЕНОВ)
Lev SVERDLIN (Лев СВЕРДЛИН)
Vasili VASILIEV (Василий ВАСИЛЬЕВ)
Ivan ZHEVAGO (Иван ЖЕВАГО)
 
Cinematography : Fyodor DOBRONRAVOV (2) (Федор ДОБРОНРАВОВ (2))
Production design : Vitali GLADNIKOV (Виталий ГЛАДНИКОВ)
Music : Boris MOKROUSOV (Борис МОКРОУСОВ)
Sound : Artashes VANETSIAN (Арташес ВАНЕЦИАН)
Production : Mosfilm
Release date in Russia : 1967
 

DVD with subtitles
Editeur : Image Entertainment
Editeur : Ruscico.
Languages : RU EN FR
Subtitles :RU EN FR ES IT DE

Plot synopsis
An adventure film about audacious, brave and courageous young people, who participate in the Civil War.
Source : www.mosfilm.ru
 

Commentaries and bibliography
The Elusive Avengers [Неуловимые мстители], Alexander PROKHOROV, rusfilm.pitt, 2006
 
Enormously successful Soviet response to the classic American Western The Magnificient Seven (1960), a film that was such a box office hit in Russia that communist party officials decided to make this ideologically correct and yet popular counterpart.
The Elusive Avengers was released in the Soviet Union at the time of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution. Its success was enormous, not only because of the box office potential of the film itself, but also because it was a remake (in colour and widescreen) of the silent Soviet hit Little Red Devils (1924), a film remembered and adored by many. Tom, the black circus boy from the original film, was replaced by the picturesque gypsy Yashka, with the bright and clever Valerka as his friend, to show Soviet audiences that the intelligentsia now had permission to take a small part in the new Communist life. Upon its release, the film faced criticism for trying to copy American Westerns, especially The Magnificent Seven (John Sturges, 1960), a film that was very popular in the Soviet Union. (http://www.filmfestivalrotterdam.com/en/films/neulovimye-mstiteli/)

Selected in the following festivals :
- Rotterdam International Film Festival, Rotterdam (Netherlands), 2011
- Era New Horizons IFF, Wroclaw (Poland), 2011

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Film with English subtitles : Click here

 


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