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Aleksandr PTUSHKO
Александр ПТУШКО
Aleksandr PTOUCHKO
 
USSR / Finland, 1958, 98 mn 
Colour, fiction

Sampo

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Сампо

 

 Sampo

 Sampo


 
Directed by : Aleksandr PTUSHKO (Александр ПТУШКО)
Writing credits : Viktor VITKOVICH (Виктор ВИТКОВИЧ), Grigori YAGDFELD (Григорий ЯГДФЕЛЬД)
 
Cast
Valentin BRYLEYEV (Валентин БРЫЛЕЕВ)
Eeve KIVI (Ээве КИВИ)
Aleksandr MACHERET (Александр МАЧЕРЕТ)
Georgi MILLIAR (Георгий МИЛЛЯР)
A. OROCHKO (А. ОРОЧКО)
Andris OSHIN (Андрис ОШИНЬ)
U. SOMERSALMI (У. СОМЕРСАЛЬМИ)
Mikhail TROYANOVSKY (Михаил ТРОЯНОВСКИЙ) ...Le prophète
Viktor URALSKY (Виктор УРАЛЬСКИЙ)
Ada VOITSIK (Ада ВОЙЦИК) ...Mère de Liamminkiaïnen
Ivan VORONOV (Иван ВОРОНОВ)
 
Cinematography : Gennadi TSEKAVY (Геннадий ЦЕКАВЫЙ), Viktor YAKUSHEV (Виктор ЯКУШЕВ)
Music : Igor MOROZOV (Игорь МОРОЗОВ)
Sound : Mariya BLIAKHINA (Мария БЛЯХИНА)
Production : Mosfilm, Souomi-film (-фильм)
Release date in Russia : 24/08/1959
 

Plot synopsis
This is a screen version of the epic poem «Kalevala». Black-hearted Loukhi spirited off Annika, sister of hammerer Ilmarinen with the help of a magic cloak. To save his sister Ilmarinen makes the magic mill «Sampo» for Loukhi. Now the people of sunny Kalevala are aggrieved. Annika’s sweetheart Lemminkyainen decides to take «Sampo» from Loukhi but it turns out to be a very difficult task. A lot of awful and tragic events take place before the magic mill’s fragment which Lemminkyainen gets hold of helps to take the sun stolen by Loukhi back to Kalevala’s land. Only after that happiness and love settle here.
Source : www.mosfilm.ru
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Festival of Archive Films, Belye Stolby (Russia), 2012

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