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Tamás TOTH
Томаш ТОТ
Tamás TOTH
 
Russia, 1993, 78 mn 
Colour, fiction

Children of Iron Gods

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Дети чугунных богов

 

 Les Enfants des dieux de fonte

 Deti chugunnykh bogov


 
Directed by : Tamás TOTH (Томаш ТОТ)
Writing credits : Pyotr LUTSIK (Пётр ЛУЦИК), Aleksey SAMORIADOV (Алексей САМОРЯДОВ)
 
Cast
Aleksandr FEKLISTOV (Александр ФЕКЛИСТОВ)
Sergey GARMASH (Сергей ГАРМАШ)
Mikhail GOLUBOVICH (Михаил ГОЛУБОВИЧ)
Aleksandr KALYAGIN (Александр КАЛЯГИН)
Nikolay KORNOUKHOV (Николай КОРНОУХОВ)
Gosha KUTSENKO (Гоша КУЦЕНКО)
Yuri KUZNETSOV (Юрий КУЗНЕЦОВ)
Yevgeni SIDIKHIN (Евгений СИДИХИН)
Yuri SLOBODENIUK (Юрий СЛОБОДЕНЮК)
Valentin SMIRNITSKY (Валентин СМИРНИТСКИЙ)
Mikhail SVETIN (Михаил СВЕТИН)
Aleksandr YAKOVLEV (Александр ЯКОВЛЕВ)
 
Cinematography : Sergey KOZLOV (Сергей КОЗЛОВ)
Production design : Vladimir KOROLEV (Владимир КОРОЛЕВ)
Sound : Yulia EGOROVA (Юлия ЕГОРОВА)
Editing : Irma TSEKAVAYA (Ирма ЦЕКАВАЯ)
Produced by : Vyacheslav MAIASSOV (Вячеслав МАЯСОВ), Karen SHAKHNAZAROV (Карен ШАХНАЗАРОВ), Dmitriy ZAYTSEV (Дмитрий ЗАЙЦЕВ)
Production : Mosfilm, ABA, Kurier
Release date in Russia : 16/04/7993
 

Plot synopsis
Ironic epic, parable.
The 20-year-old metallurgist Ignat Morozov lives in the Urals. Day after day in the workshops of the enormous defense plant Ignat fights the fire and heated metal and after work there are fights, robberies, beerhouses. Each year the mining town holds fist fights between the strongest metallurgist and the strongest miner. This time Ignat is chosen to take part in the deadly encounter…
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2007


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