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Aleksandr PTUSHKO
Александр ПТУШКО
Aleksandr PTOUCHKO
 
USSR, 1971, 149 mn 
Colour, fiction

Ruslan and Ludmila

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Руслан и Людмила

 

 Rouslan et Ludmila

 Ruslan et Liudmila


 
Directed by : Aleksandr PTUSHKO (Александр ПТУШКО)
Writing credits : Aleksandr PTUSHKO (Александр ПТУШКО)
Based on A.S. Pushkin’s poem of the same name
 
Cast
Andrei ABRIKOSOV (Андрей АБРИКОСОВ) ...Le Prince Vladimir
Ruslan AKHMETOV (Руслан АХМЕТОВ)
Valery KOZINETS (Валерий КОЗИНЕЦ)
Sergey MARTINSON (Сергей МАРТИНСОН)
Oleg MOKSHANTSEV (Олег МОКШАНЦЕВ)
Vyacheslav NEVIHHY (Вячеслав НЕВИННЫЙ)
Valery NOSIK (Валерий НОСИК)
Natalya PETROVA (2) (Наталия ПЕТРОВА (2))
Igor YASULOVICH (Игорь ЯСУЛОВИЧ)
 
Cinematography : Igor GELEIN (Игорь ГЕЛЕЙН), Valentin ZAKHAROV (Валентин ЗАХАРОВ)
Production design : Yevgeni SERGANOV (Евгений СЕРГАНОВ)
Music : Tikhon KHRENNIKOV (Тихон ХРЕННИКОВ)
Sound : Igor URVANTSEV (Игорь УРВАНЦЕВ)
Production : Mosfilm
 

Awards :
Premier prix des films pour les jeunes au Festival international de Salerno, 1976

DVD with subtitles
Editeur : Image Entertainment
Editeur : Ruscico

Plot synopsis
A mad, enchanted combination of The Wizard of Oz, Die Niebelungen and The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T, RUSLAN is quite possibly Ptushko's greatest masterpiece, an epic two-part fantasy packed with surreal, grotesque characters - a sorcerous midget with a 50-foot beard, a demonic, hunchbacked witch - and jawdropping set pieces such as the midget's shimmering crystal palace, tormented figures chained inside a cavern, and a decapitated giant's head rising up like a statue on Easter Island. Based on a poem by Pushkin, Ptushko's final film as director follows the epic adventures of Ruslan (Valery Kosints) as he struggles to recover the feisty, resourceful bride (Natalia Petrova) kidnapped on their wedding night by the impish sorcerer Tchernomor.
Source : www.seagullfilms.com
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Cycle de cinéma soviétique à la cinémathèque d'Alger, Algiers (Algeria), 2011
- Festival de cinéma russe à Marly, Marly (France), 2011
- Festival ''East-West'', Die (France), 2008

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Film with English subtitles : Click here

 


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