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Kirill MIKHANOVSKY
Кирилл МИХАНОВСКИЙ
Kirill MIKHANOVSKI
Aleksandr VARTANOV
Александр ВАРТАНОВ
Aleksandr VARTANOV
 
Russia, 2014, 123 mn 
Colour, speaking, fiction

Dubrovsky

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Дубровский

 

 Doubrovski

 Dybrovskiy


 
Directed by : Kirill MIKHANOVSKY (Кирилл МИХАНОВСКИЙ), Aleksandr VARTANOV (Александр ВАРТАНОВ)
Writing credits : Mikhail BRASHINSKY (Михаил БРАШИНСКИЙ), Konstantin TCHERNOZATONSKY (Константин ЧЕРНОЗАТОНСКИЙ)
 
Cast
Danila KOZLOVSKY (Данила КОЗЛОВСКИЙ)
Klavdia KORSHUNOVA (Клавдия КОРШУНОВА)
Yuri TSURILO (Юрий ЦУРИЛО)
Aleksandr MEZENTSEV (Александр МЕЗЕНЦЕВ)
Igor GORDIN (Игорь ГОРДИН)
Dmitry PODNOZOV (Дмитрий ПОДНОЗОВ)
 
Cinematography : Vsevolod KAPTUR (Всеволод КАПТУР), Anastasi MIKHAYLOV (Анастасий МИХАЙЛОВ)
Production design : Anna POLYAKOVA (Анна POLIAKOVA)
Music : Aleksey AIGY (Алексей АЙГИ)
Editing : Ivan GAEV (Иван ГАЕВ), Dmitry_2 NAUMOV (Дмитрий_2 НАУМОВ), Maksim SMIRNOV (Максим СМИРНОВ), Aleksandr VARTANOV (Александр ВАРТАНОВ)
Produced by : Yevgeni GINDILIS (Евгений ГИНДИЛИС)
Production : TVINDIE
 

Plot synopsis
Dubrovsky, a modern adaptation of Pushkin’s unfinished novel, does more than transplant the struggles that accompany class difference present in the original text. It amplifies the hardships of poor villagers and connects the original story with present day issues of corruption and exploitation. A disagreement among friends turns into a war after Kirill Troekurov mistreats a soldier and insults his fellow veteran and friend Andrei Dubrovsky. The drama rises as Troekurov uses his connections to completely, and legally, level not only Dubrovsky’s farm, but the entire village of Kistenevka. Dubrovsky dies and his son, Vladimir returns home. Violence and deception ensue as the villagers take up weapons and Dubrovsky poses as an American consultant for Troekurov. Romance arises between Dubrovsky and Troekurov’s daughter in the midst of a plot to bankrupt the oligarch to punish him for his disregard for the villagers. Both the plot and the aesthetic of the film accentuate class difference, effectively depicting the same dynamic present in Pushkin’s novel and the modern world. Dubrovsky, a modern adaptation of Pushkin’s unfinished novel, does more than transplant the struggles that accompany class difference present in the original text. It amplifies the hardships of poor villagers and connects the original story with present day issues of corruption and exploitation. A disagreement among friends turns into a war after Kirill Troekurov mistreats a soldier and insults his fellow veteran and friend Andrei Dubrovsky. The drama rises as Troekurov uses his connections to completely, and legally, level not only Dubrovsky’s farm, but the entire village of Kistenevka. Dubrovsky dies and his son, Vladimir returns home. Violence and deception ensue as the villagers take up weapons and Dubrovsky poses as an American consultant for Troekurov. Romance arises between Dubrovsky and Troekurov’s daughter in the midst of a plot to bankrupt the oligarch to punish him for his disregard for the villagers. Both the plot and the aesthetic of the film accentuate class difference, effectively depicting the same dynamic present in Pushkin’s novel and the modern world.Dubrovsky, a modern adaptation of Pushkin’s unfinished novel, does more than transplant the struggles that accompany class difference present in the original text. It amplifies the hardships of poor villagers and connects the original story with present day issues of corruption and exploitation. A disagreement among friends turns into a war after Kirill Troekurov mistreats a soldier and insults his fellow veteran and friend Andrei Dubrovsky. The drama rises as Troekurov uses his connections to completely, and legally, level not only Dubrovsky’s farm, but the entire village of Kistenevka. Dubrovsky dies and his son, Vladimir returns home. Violence and deception ensue as the villagers take up weapons and Dubrovsky poses as an American consultant for Troekurov. Romance arises between Dubrovsky and Troekurov’s daughter in the midst of a plot to bankrupt the oligarch to punish him for his disregard for the villagers. Both the plot and the aesthetic of the film accentuate class difference, effectively depicting the same dynamic present in Pushkin’s novel and the modern world. http://www.rusfilm.pitt.edu/schedule-2019/
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Russian film symposium. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh (USA), 2019
- Shangai International Film Festival, Shangai (China), 2014
- FilmFestival Cottbus - Festival of East European Cinema, Cottbus (Germany), 2014
- Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 2014
- Independant European Film Festival VOICES, Vologda (Russia), 2014


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