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Nikita MIKHALKOV
Никита МИХАЛКОВ
Nikita MIKHALKOV
 
Russia / France, 1994, 154 mn 
Colour, fiction

Burnt by the Sun

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 Soleil trompeur

 Utomlyonnye solntsem


 
Directed by : Nikita MIKHALKOV (Никита МИХАЛКОВ)
Writing credits : Rustam IBRAGIMBEKOV (Рустам ИБРАГИМБЕКОВ), Nikita MIKHALKOV (Никита МИХАЛКОВ)
 
Cast
Svetlana KRIUCHKOVA (Светлана КРЮЧКОВА) ...Mokhova
Oleg MENSHIKOV (Олег МЕНЬШИКОВ) ...Dmitri (Mitia)
Nikita MIKHALKOV (Никита МИХАЛКОВ) ...Sergueï Petrovitch Kotov
Nadezhda MIKHALKOVA (Надежда МИХАЛКОВА) ...Nadia
Yevgeni MIRONOV (Евгений МИРОНОВ) ...Micha
Vyacheslav TIKHONOV (Вячеслав ТИХОНОВ) ...Vsevolod Konstantinovitch
 
Cinematography : Vilen KALYUTA (Вилен КАЛЮТА)
Production design : Vladimir ARONIN (Владимир АРОНИН)
Music : Eduard ARTEMIEV (Эдуард АРТЕМЬЕВ)
Produced by : Nikita MIKHALKOV (Никита МИХАЛКОВ), Leonid VERESHCHAGIN (Леонид ВЕРЕЩАГИН)
Production : Trite, Michel Seydoux-Canal+ / Camera One, Roscomkino, Club Russe
 
Release date in France : 1994-08-31, Site

Awards :
Special Jury prize Festival de Cannes, Cannes (France), 1994
Oscar du meilleur film étranger aux USA, 1994

DVD with subtitles
Editeur : Ruscico
Editeur : Fox Pathé Europe

Plot synopsis
In the Soviet Union of 1936 revolutionary hero, Colonel Kotov, is spending an idyllic summer in his dacha with his wife and their 6 year old daughter. They are surprised by the arrival of the charming Mitia, who exploits his status as an old family friend to carry out a dark mission. Kotov's confidence in himself and his country are at first unshakable; he is unable to comprehend that his peaceful family idyll is about to be destroyed by the brutality of the Stalinist regime.
Source : www.lib.berkeley.edu/
 

Commentaries and bibliography
Speaking in Tongues : Poetic Language in Nikita Mikhalkov’s Burnt by the Sun, Mariya BOSTON, kinokultura.com, 2010
Burnt by the sun, Birgit BEUMERS, I.B.Tauris, 2000
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Festival Rivages-Russie-Evénements, Nantes (France), 2016
- Moissons rouges - Caméras en campagne, Saint-Julien en Vercors (France), 2016
- Russian film festival in Paris, Paris (France), 2016
- Festival international du film de Marrakech : FIFM, Marrakech (Morocco), 2016
- Beijing's First Ever International Film Festival, Beijing (China), 2013
- Festival du film russe à Quimperlé, Quimperlé (France), 2013
- Festival Ciné sans Frontières, Gujan Mestra (France), 2013
- Sputnik nad Polska, Warsaw (Poland), 2012
- Festival "Vivat Kino Rossii", St Petersburg (Russia), 2011
- Retrospective Nikita Mikhalkov in Paris, Paris (France), 2010
- Pessac International History Film Festival, Pessac (France), 2009
- Küstendorf International Film Festival, Kustendorf (Serbia), 2009
- Damascus International Film Festival, Damascus (Syria), 2009
- Lecce European Film Festival, Lecce (Italy), 2008
- Nantes Russian Film Festival, Nantes (France), 1997
- Festival de Cannes, Cannes (France), 1994
- Release in France of the film, Different cities (France), 1994-08-31

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