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Aleksandr PROSHKIN
Александр ПРОШКИН
Aleksandr PROCHKINE
 
Russia / France, 2000, 128 mn 
Colour, fiction

The Captain's Daughter

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Русский бунт

 

 La Fille du capitaine

 Ruskiy Bunt


 
Directed by : Aleksandr PROSHKIN (Александр ПРОШКИН)
Writing credits : Galina ARBUZOVA (Галина АРБУЗОВА), Stanislav GOVORUKHIN (Станислав ГОВОРУХИН), Vladimir ZHELEZNIKOV (Владимир ЖЕЛЕЗНИКОВ)
 
Cast
Olga ANTONOVA (Ольга АНТОНОВА) ...Catherine II
Yuri BELIAEV (Юрий БЕЛЯЕВ) ...Le capitaine Miranov
Juozas BUDRAITIS (Юозас БУДРАЙТИС) ...Le gouverneur d'Orenbourg
Zoya BURIAK (Зоя БУРЯК) ...Popadia
Mateush DAMENSKI (Матеуш ДАМЕНЦКИ) ...Le père de Griniov
Natalia EGOROVA (Наталья ЕГОРОВА) ...Vassilissa Egorovna
Mikhail FILIPPOV (Михаил ФИЛИППОВ) ...Le comte Panine
Karolina GRUSZKA (Каролина ГРУШКА) ...Macha Mironova
Vladimir ILIN (Владимир ИЛЬИН) ...Khlopoucha
Yuri KUZNETSOV (Юрий КУЗНЕЦОВ) ...Ivan Igniatevitch
Vladimir LITVINOV (Владимир ЛИТВИНОВ) ...Le père de Griniov
Sergey MAKOVETSKY (Сергей МАКОВЕЦКИЙ) ...Alexeï Chvabrine
Vladimir MASHKOV (Владимир МАШКОВ) ...Pougatchev
Mariya MIRONOVA (Мария МИРОНОВА) ...Kharlova
Ernst ROMANOV (Эрнст РОМАНОВ) ...Griniov, vieux
Pyotr ZAICHENKO (Пётр ЗАЙЧЕНКО) ...Pianov
 
Cinematography : Sergey YURIZDITSKY (Сергей ЮРИЗДИЦКИЙ)
Production design : Vladimir ERMAKOV (Владимир ЕРМАКОВ), Aleksandr TOLKACHOV (Александр ТОЛКАЧЕВ)
Music : Vladimir MARTYNOV (Владимир МАРТЫНОВ)
Sound : Aleksandr KHASIN (Александр ХАСИН), Yuri REYNBAKH (Юрий РЕЙНБАХ)
Produced by : Igor TOLSTUNOV (Игорь ТОЛСТУНОВ), Mikhail ZILBERMAN (Михаил ЗИЛЬБЕРМАН)
Production : NTV-Profit, Roissy films, Canal+, Globous, Goskino
Release date in Russia : 07/09/2000
 
Release date in France : 2001-01-23, Site

Awards :
Best Screenplay Honfleur Russian Film Festival, Honfleur (France), 2000
Best Cinematography Sergey YURIZDITSKY , Annual award of the Guild of Historians of Cinema and Film Critics, Moscow (Russia), 2000
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Natalia EGOROVA , Annual award of the Guild of Historians of Cinema and Film Critics, Moscow (Russia), 2000
Best Set Decoration Aleksandr TOLKACHOV , Vladimir ERMAKOV , "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 2000
Prix Nika 2000 du meilleur son (Alexandre Khacine, Youri Reïnbakh) et des meilleurs décors (Alexandre Tolkatchev, Vladimir Ermakov) et meilleurs costumes (Natacha Poliakh)
Prix du meilleur acteur (Segueï Makovetski), de la meilleure musique (Vladimir Martynov) au festival Kinotavr, 2000
Prix Spécial du Jury au Festival Kinotavr, 2000

Plot synopsis
This film, like the novel on which it is based – Aleksandr Puschkin’s “The Captain’s Daughter“, published in 1836 – tells the story of the rebellious peasant leader and self-appointed Tsar, Jemeljian Pugacˇëv as seen through the eyes of an aristocratic sergeant of the guards, Pëtr Grinëv. On the way to the fortress of Belogorsk, Grinëv gives a peasant his fur robe. Unbeknown to him, this peasant is none other than the future rebel leader and selfappointed ‘Tsar’ Pugacˇëv. Once he arrives in Belogorsk, Grinëv meets the family of the fortress commander, a patriarch named Mironov. He falls in Darsteller Pëtr Grinëv Mateusz Damiecki Masˇa Mironova Karolina Grusˇka Emeljan Pugacˇëv Vladimir Masˇkov Aleksej Sˇvabrin Sergej Machoveckij Savelicˇ Vladimir Ilin Kommandant Mironov Jurij Beljaev Vasilisa Egorovna Natalja Egorova Ivan Ignatevicˇ Jurij Kuznecov Katharina II. Olga Antonova Gouverneur von Orenburg Juozas Buduraitis Graf Panin Michail Filippov Pjanov Pëtr Zajcˇenko Beloborodov Andrej Dudarenko Palasˇka Ksenija Gromova Maksimycˇ Konstantin Jusˇkevicˇ Zurin Sergej Varcˇuk Charlova Marija Mironova Popadja Zoja Burjak Priester Aleksej Zubarev Fischer Juris Strenga Bauernjunge Aleksandr Ilin Grinëvs Vater Vladimir Litvinov Grinëvs Mutter Irina Sabanova Grinëv im Alter Ernst Romanov RUSSKIJ BUNT DIE RUSSISCHE REVOLTE THE CAPTAIN’S DAUGHTER LA FILLE DU CAPITAINE Regie: Aleksandr Proschkin Wettbewerb / IFB 2000 love with his daughter,Masha,which leads to a duel with Lieutenant shvabrin, who is also in love with the same girl.Pugachov suddenly storms the fortress. He executes Mironov, his wife and any officers who refuse to swear an oath of allegiance to him. The treacherous Shvabrin escapes execution. Grinëv, however, remains steadfast and refuses to swear fealty to the rebel leader. The only reason he is only allowed to live is because Pugachov remembers the present of the fur robe Grinëv once made to him. After celebrating their victory with a feast, therefore,Pugacˇëv allows Grinëv to move on unharmed. Masˇa, however, is obliged to stay put and, for this reason, Grinëv returns to the fortress and manages to free her from the hands of both the rebels and the faithless Sˇvabrin.Now an ordinary soldier, Grinëv, takes part in the battle which finally crushes the peasant revolts. However, because Pugacˇëv once spared his life, he is accused of being a traitor and sentenced to death. At the last minute,Masˇa manages to obtain a pardon from Tsarina Catherine. Shvabrin however, is executed together with Pugachov.
Source: www.berlinale.de
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Strasbourg two weeks of Russian cinema, Strasbourg (France), 2016
- Russian film festival in Ajaccio, Ajaccio (France), 2014
- Cinémas russes à Montauban, Montauban (France), 2010
- Honfleur Russian Film Festival, Honfleur (France), 2008
- Historical Film Festival, Novgorod (Russia), 2008
- Nantes Russian Film Festival, Nantes (France), 2002
- Release in France of the film, Different cities (France), 2001-01-23
- Honfleur Russian Film Festival, Honfleur (France), 2000
- Berlin International Film Festival : Berlinale, Berlin (Germany), 2000
- "NIKA" Prizes, Moscow (Russia), 2000
- Annual award of the Guild of Historians of Cinema and Film Critics, Moscow (Russia), 2000


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