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Aleksandr ROGOZHKIN
Александр РОГОЖКИН
Aleksandr ROGOJKINE
 
Russia, 1995, 90 mn 
Colour, fiction

Peculiarities of National Hunting

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Особенности национальной охоты

 

 Particularités de la chasse nationale

 Osobennosti natsionalnoy okhoty


 
Directed by : Aleksandr ROGOZHKIN (Александр РОГОЖКИН)
Writing credits : Aleksandr ROGOZHKIN (Александр РОГОЖКИН)
 
Cast
Aleksey BULDAKOV (Алексей БУЛДАКОВ) ...Général Ivolguine
Zoya BURIAK (Зоя БУРЯК)
Viktor BYCHKOV (Виктор БЫЧКОВ)
Sergey GSINSKY (Сергей ГУСИНСКИЙ)
Ville HAAPASALO (Вилле ХААПАСАЛО)
Mikhail KIRILIUK (Михаил КИРИЛЮК)
Sergey KUPRIYANOV (Сергей КУПРИЯНОВ)
Aleksey POLUYAN (Алексей ПОЛУЯН)
Sergey RUSKIN (Сергей РУССКИН)
Igor SERGEEV (Игорь СЕРГЕЕВ)
Semyon STRUGACHEV (Семён СТРУГАЧЕВ)
Aleksandr ZAVIALOV (Александр ЗАВЬЯЛОВ)
 
Cinematography : Andrei ZHEGALOV (Андрей ЖЕГАЛОВ)
Production design : Valentina ADIKAYEVSKAYA (Валентина АДИКАЕВСКАЯ), Aleksandr TIMOSHENKO (Александр ТИМОШЕНКО)
Music : Vladislav PANTCHENKO (Владислав ПАНЧЕНКО)
Sound : Nikolay ASTAKHOV (Николай АСТАХОВ)
Produced by : Aleksandr GOLUTVA (Александр ГОЛУТВА)
Production : Lenfilm, Roscomkino
 

Awards :
Prix du Festival Vivat cinéma de Russie ! pour l’acteur Victor BYTCHKOV et le réalisateur Aleksandr ROGOJKINE, 1995
Prix de la meileure réalisation au Festival "Kinotavr", 1995
Prix NIKA du meilleur rôle masculin (acteur Aleksei BOULDAKOV), 1995
Prix NIKA du meilleur film pour le producteur Aleksandr GOLOUTVA et le réalisateur Aleksandr ROGOJKINE, 1995

Plot synopsis
A Young Finn named Raive who is working on a book on peculiarities of national hunting in different countries comes to Russia. With a company comprising men of different standing he goes to a remote forestry officer’s post.
Hunting a large beast turns into a traditional Russian drinking party. Together with Russian hunters the Finn gets into all sorts of comic situations...
The film was awarded the Grand Prix in the main contest at KINOTAVR-95 (the Open Russian Film Festival); the Special Prize of the Jury at the International Film Festival in Karl Prize of the Russian Cinema Critics’ Guild at the International Film Festival in Sochi; the Grand Prix of the “Okno v Yevropu” (“The Window to Europe”) International Film Festival in
Source : www.lenfilm.ru
 

Commentaries and bibliography
Two Decades of Post-Soviet Cinema : Taking Stock of Our Stocktaking, Seth GRAHAM, kinokultura.com, 2008
 
A Finnish student is writing a book about traditional Russian hunting rituals from the time of the tsars to the present. He joins a seemingly serious hunting party led by a gruff Army general and his friends. The colourful group’s good intentions soon give way to endless drinking rituals, visits to local farm girls, more drinking and absurd encounters with baby bears and livestock that turn the hunt into a comedy of errors. The high jinx of drunken revelry gives an insight into the incomprehensible Russian soul.
Source : www.russianresurrection.com

Selected in the following festivals :
- Russian Resurrection Film Festival, Different cities (Australia), 2009
- Sputnik nad Polska, Warsaw (Poland), 2009
- Honfleur Russian Film Festival, Honfleur (France), 1995


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