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Fate and Fortuna
1989, ordinary, colour, 2873 m, 105 min.
Script by Nikita Orlov
Directed by Nikita Orlov
Camera by Boris Kocherov
Viktor Pishchalnikov
Igor Panov
Music by Andrey Makarevich
Alexander Gradsky
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Makarevich, Alexander Kutikov, Valery
Efremov, Alexander Zaytsev
It is a musical picture story about popular group "Mashina
Vremeni" ("time machine").
Own Cross**
1989, ordinary, colour, 4308 m, 157 min, co-production:
Gorky's Film Studio, "Globus"
Script by Vladimir Zheleznikov
Valery Lonskoy
Olga Trifonova
Directed by Valery Lonskoy
Camera by Yury Nevsky
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Art design by Olga Kravchenya
S t a r r i n g
Elena Yakovleva, Victor Rakov, Igor Bochkin,
Marina Pastukhova, Lyubov Rudenko, Elena
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Skorokhodova, Andrey Rostotsky
The film is based on Yu. Trifanov's story "Other life". A
young historian obtains a secret list of tsarist Okhranka
agents with several surnames of provocators unrevealed
yet. The hero decides to find out who is behind these
names and becomes a dissident leading to resignation and,
eventually, unexpected death.
The Goat-Ibex Constellation**
1989, ordinary, TV film, colour, 2042.8 m, 75 min, prod/.:
"Telefilm"
Script by Anant Pogosyan
Directed by Martiros Fanosyan
Camera by Victor Sheynin
Music by Eduard Beyleryan
Art design by Vladimir Donskov
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Ilyin, Semyon Farada, Armen
Dzhigarkhanyan, Karen Dzhanibekyan, Eteri Kogonia,
Nodar Kamkia, Revaz Matiashvily
The film is based on Fazil Iskander's story of the same title
about a Utopian attempt to breed a new animal - goat-ibex
originating from mountain aurochs and goat. This animal
would allow to solve meat and wool production problems
at the same time but for the goat-ibexes which refused to
breed. Another myth has died.
Sofia Petrovna**
1989, ordinary, TV film, colour, 2599.4 m, 95 min, prod.:
"Telefilm"
Script by Arkady Sirenko
Directed by Arkady Sirenko
Camera by Elizbar Karavaev
Music by Irakly Gabeli
Art design by David Vinitsky
S t a r r i n g
Anna Kamenkova, Vera Glagoleva, Alexey Zemsky,
Sergey Gabrielyan, Liya Akhedzhakova, Eduard
Bocharov, Nina Usatova, Irina Rozanova
The film is based on Lidia Chukovskaya's story of the
same title. The mid thirties. A famous physician's widow is
loyal to Stalin regime. Even after arrest of her son she fails
to realize reality of what is going on immediately.
Stalingrad
1989, ordinary, w/f, w/s, colour, 6727.1 m, 196 min, coproduction:
"Vremya", "Warner Brothers " (USA) in
association with "Grio Entertainment Group" (USA),
"Barrandov"(Czechoslovakia), "Defa" (GDR)
Script by Yury Ozerov
Directed by Yury Ozerov
Camera by Igor Slabnevich
Vladimir Gusev
Art design by Yury Levitin
Feliks Yasyukevich
Vladimir Kirs
S t a r r i n g
Pauers But, Lyubomiras Lautsyavichus, Sergey
Nikonenko, Fernando Alende, Mikhail Ulyanov, Valery
Tsvetkov, Boris Nevzorov, Archil Gomiashvily, Akhim
Petri, Ronald Leysi, Vladimir Lobanov, Nikolay
Kryuchkov, Sergey Garmash, Andrey Smolyakov,
Fyodor Bondarchuk
It is the sequel to the Great Patriotic War epic
("Liberation") about the greatest politico-military event of
the war – the Stalingrad battle.
Knock At the Door
1989, ordinary, colour, 2199.1 m, 80 min, prod.: "Start"
Script by Iosif Gerasimov
Directed by Klimenty Chimidov
Camera by Nikolay Martynov
Music by Eugeny Doga
Art design by Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Yury Kuznetsov, Laymonas Noreyka, Mikhail
Volontir, Alexander Fatyushin
The film is based on Iosif Gerasimov's story. Moldavia,
year 1948. A headteacher, former guerrilla, is to urgently
go to the District Committee to participate in uprooting of
"untrustworthy" elements from the Republic territory. He
finds familiar surnames in the list and he faces terms of
trade.
The Lucky One
1989, ordinary, colour, 2408.6 m, 88 min, prod.: "Start"
Script by Anatoly Usov
Directed by Valentin Mishatkin
Camera by Igor Bek
Vladimir Papyan
Music by Vadim Khrapachyov
Art design by Irina Shreter
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Stotsky, Irina Klimova, Eugeny Lazarev,
Elena Safonova
After homing from Afghanistan safe and unharmed the
hero, considering himself to be a lucky one, starts a
doubtful business – provokes accidents with insured cars.
Eventually, he dies in an accident.
FIP (Freedom Is Paradise)
1989, ordinary, colour, 2083.1 m, 76 min, prod.: "Rhythm"
Script by Sergey Bodrov
Directed by Sergey Bodrov
Camera by Yury Skhirtladze
Music by Alexander Raskatov
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Art design by Valery Kostrin
S t a r r i n g
Volodya Kozyrev, Alexander Bureev, Svetlana
Gaytan, Vitautas Tomkus, Sergey Shkalikov
It is a story of a pupil who escapes from a special school
for problem teenagers. His way passes through the entire
territory of the country to the north where his father serves
a term in a strict discipline colony.
Allay My Grief
1989, ordinary, colour, 2582.8 m, 94 min, prod.: "Slovo"
Script by Alexander Alexandrov
Directed by Victor Prokhorov
Alexander Alexandrov
Camera by Eugeny Korzhenkov
Music by Alexey Rybnikov
Art design by Tatiana Lapshina
Alexander Myagkov
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Koltakov, Varvara Soshalskaya, Elena
Safonova, Andrey Mironov, Konstantin Voinov
Tired of unrelieved life the hero discontinues his work as a
bulldozer driver and goes up to the Culture Institute. His
family life ruins. However, it is not so easy to release those
who constantly sacrifice themselves for the sake of love.
But the divorce takes place…
Private Detective or Operation
"Cooperation"
1989, ordinary, colour, 2579.9 m, 94 min, prod.: "Soyuz"
Script by Arkady Inin
Leonid Gaiday
Yury Volovich
Directed by Leonid Gaiday
Camera by Igor Chernykh
Music by Alexander Zatsepin
Art design by Natalia Meshkova
S t a r r i n g
Dmitry Kharatyan, I.I. Feofanova, Spartak
Mishulin, Roman Madyanov, Mikhail Svetin,
Alexander Belyavsky, Mikhail Kokshenov, Mentay
Utepbergenov, Leonid Kuravlyov, Nina Grebeshkova,
Eugeny Zharikov, Fyodor Pereverzev, Leonid
Yarmolnik, Semyon Farada, Natalia Krachkovskaya
The rising entrepreneur Dmitry Puzyryov establishes a
private detective bureau. An owner of pay-toilet helps him
to obtain patent. It happens so that the first criminal
Dmitry apprehends is the local Mafia godfather, his
promoter.
End of the Tether
1989, ordinary, colour, 2528 m, 92 min, prod.: "Soyuz"
Script by Sergey Markov
Directed by Eugeny Matveev
Camera by Victor Shestopyorov
Music by Eugeny Ptichkin
Art design by Sergey Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Olga Ostroumova, Eugeny Matveev, Yury Demich,
Ilya Koldashov, Fyodor Odinokov
It is a tragic melodrama. Hunting inspector Ivan Medikov
gets acquainted with a young woman who already had her
fill of sorrow. In spite of a big age difference they
understand that they will be happy. But Mafia of local "big
pots" is on the loose in the nature reserve and
discountenances the hero's dream.
Black Rose – Symbol of Grief, Red Rose
- Symbol of Love
1989, ordinary, colour, 3838 m, 140 min, prod.: "Krug"
Script by Sergey Solovyov
Directed by Sergey Solovyov
Camera by Yury Klimenko
Music by Boris Grebenshchikov
Art design by Marksen
Gaukhman-Sverdlov
S t a r r i n g
Tatiana Drubich, Alexander Abdulov, Mikhail
Rozanov, Alexander Zbruev, Lyudmila Saveleva, Igor
Ivanov, Alexander Bashirov
It is a sarcastic melodrama about the first feeling of 15-
year old millionaire to an Arbat beauty.
I'm O'Key
1989, ordinary, colour, 2198.1 m, 80 min, prod.: "Rhythm"
Script by Alexander Borodyansky
Nikolay Dostal
Directed by Nikolay Dostal
Camera by Andrey Epishin
Music by Alexander Goldshtein
Art design by Levan Shengeliya
Artur Makarov
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Tolubeev, Galina Petrova, Larissa
Borodina, Peter Shcherbakov, Valentin Smirnitsky,
Vladimir Grammatikov, Boris Smorchkov, Lyubov
Polishchuk
It is a story about a marriage swindler of all-union scale. In
a bar he gets acquainted with a variety show former
dancer. It is she and her little son living in a children's
home become a subject for his personal emotions and a
hope for happy family life.
1990
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Bukharin - Enemy of People**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2788.7 m, 102 min, co-production:
"Soyuz" in association with "Chasovoe Photo", "Inc Den
Moss Entertainment" (USA)
Script by Victor Dyomin
Leonid Maryagin
Directed by Leonid Maryagin
Camera by Boris Novosyolov
Music by Avet Terteryan
Art design by Nikolay Markin
Feliks Yasyukevich
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Romantsov, Sergey Shakurov,
Eugeny Lazarev, Gennady Sayfulin, Lev Lemke,
Vladimir Ferapontov, Georgy Sklyansky,
Marina Livanova
Historical and biographical film about Nikolay Bukharin. In
the center - famous trial of theoretician-economist,
comrade-in-arms of V.I. Lenin, "the Party favorite". Court
records, interrogation verbatim reports, confrontations,
brushes with fictitious and intimidated witnesses, constant
time travels and recollections about what really happened.
A Goal in the Spassky Gate**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2458.3 m, 90 min, co-production:
"Zhanr" in association with GOSKINO of the USSR
Script by Stanislav Tokarev
Directed by Pavel Lyubimov
Camera by Andrey Kuznetsov
Music by Yury Saulsky
Art design by Peter Pashkevich
Vitaly Ermolaev
S t a r r i n g
Anatoly Kotenev, Alexandra Yakovleva-Aasmyae,
Lyudmila Stepchenkova, Boris Tsinuria, Yury
Kuznetsov, Yury Lazarev, Irina Averina
The Olympics of 1952. Football match between the USSR
and Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia attracts close
attention of leaders of theses countries who have quarreled
by that time. On this background - love story between a
forward of our team and an operetta rising star.
Ten Years Without the Right of
Correspondence**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2832 m, 103 min, co-production:
"Soyuz", "Fora-Film", "Film-Ferlak Der Autoren"
(FRG)
Script by Alexander Kabakov
Vladimir Naumov
Directed by Vladimir Naumov
Camera by Valentin Zheleznyakov
Alexander Mursa
Art design by Eugeny Chernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Boris Shcherbakov, Natalia Belokhvostikova,
Alexander Pankratov-Chyorny, V. Sotnikov,
Alexander Yakovlev, Eugeny Evstigneev, I
gor Kashintsev, Varvara Soshalskaya
After the war the hero arrives at Moscow to revenge
himself upon delator for his father death who was shot in
1937. The hero enforces the sentence and is ready to
account for his deed in the law.
Women's Day**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2336.6 m, 85 min, coproduction:"
Tovarishch" in association with GOSKINO
of the USSR
Script by Elena Laskareva
Directed by Boris Yashin
Camera by Vladimir Papyan
Music by Yury Saulsky
Art design by Leonid Platov
S t a r r i n g
Tatiana Agafonova, Anna Gulyarenko, Anna
Samokhina, Alexander Blok, Igor Bochkin, Vassily
Mishchenko, Maya Menglet
About the present-day woman, her competition for
leadership at work and home resulting in love that ends,
family that breaks and her staying alone.
Sunset**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2455 m, 90 min, co-production:
"Slovo" in association with GOSKINO of the USSR
Script by Pavel Finn
Directed by Alexander Zeldovich
Camera by Alexander Knyazhinsky
Music by Leonid Desyatnikov
Art design by Marksen
Gaukhman-Sverdlov
S t a r r i n g
Victor Gvozditsky, Ramaz Chkhikvadze, Zinovy
Korogodsky, Marina Mayko, Olga Volkova, Irina
Sokolova
A dramatic fantasia based of works by Isaak Babel.
Mendel Krik, an old rich Jew, fell in love with beauty
Marusya, but his sons did not like the dreams about
blooming Bessarabia, where he and Marusya were to
spend their resting days. The old house was not sold, yards
were not bought, Marusya was forgotten. The revolution
has approached…
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Lost In Siberia**
1991, ordinary, colour, 2766 m, 101 min, co-production:
"Spectator Entertainment International" (Great Britain) in
association with Film Studio "Mosfilm"
Script by Alexander Mitta
Valery Frid
Yury Korotkov
Directed by Alexander Mitta
Camera by Vladimir Shevtsik
Music by Leonid Desyatnikov
Art design by Valery Yurkevich
Vitaly Klimenkov
S t a r r i n g
Antony Andrews, Vladimir Ilyin, Elena Mayorova,
Irina Makhaleva, Alexander Gureev, Valentin Gaft,
Alexey Zharkov, Natalia Gundareva
It is a story about American archeologist Miller who was
mistakenly taken by the KGB agents from Iran and framed
up to Stalin's prison camp where he met doctor Anna
Ilyinichna who came to Siberia following her husband.
Miller's unsuccessful escape drew them together, the
woman nursed him but he was transferred to some other
prison camp. They never met after that.
Gold Sword**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2413 m, 88 min.
Script by Alexander Alexandrov
Stanislav Sokolov
Directed by Gennady Shumsky
Stanislav Sokolov
Camera by Ralph Kelly
Music by Isaak Shwarts
Art design by Vladimir Donskov
E.Livanova
S t a r r i n g
Lena Loginova, Marianna Kudryavtseva, Roma
Smirnov, Alexander Gatin, Vera Kvlividze, Varvara
Soshalskaya, Darya Mikhaylova, Andrey Yurenev,
Irina Malysheva
It is a puppet-fiction film-fairytale about girl Shura, a
small prince who loves her, her little sister, mother,
grandmother and Vanya who dishonestly obtains the gold
sword.
Spanish Actress for Russian min.ister**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2745.2 m, 100 min, co-production:
"Soyuz", "Tartessos Films" (Spain)
Script by Alexander Adabashyan
Sebastian Alarkon
in association with
Alexander Borodyansky
Kh.L. Ruis Dias
Directed by Sebastian Alarkon
Camera by Mikhail Agranovich
Music by Raimundo Amador
Art design by Sebastian Alarkon
G.Andres
S t a r r i n g
Victoria Vera, Sergey Gazarov, Armen
Dzhigarkhanyan, Leonid Kuravlyov, Natalia Fateeva,
Sergey Nikonenko, Alexander Berda, Boris Smorchkov,
Borislav Brondukov, Alexander Pankratov-Chyorny,
Maya Bulgakova
It is a film about a physical culture teacher who goes on
tour to his father motherland - Spain. At a banquet he gets
acquainted with a Spanish actress. As a joke his new
friends introduce him as a Russian Cinema min.ister.
Trying to impress the actress he makes an appointment
with her allegedly to discuss a scenario.
Corruption
1990, ordinary, colour, 2278.5 m, 83 min, coproduction:"
Zhanr"
Script by Nikolay Leonov
Directed by Alexey Polyakov
Camera by Genri Abramyan
Music by Victor Babushkin
Art design by Lyudmila Kusakova
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Antonik, Andrey Tolubeev, Elena
Borzova, Alexander Blok, Alexandra Kolkunova,
Sergey Prokhanov
Psychological detective. A young woman corpse is found
in an apartment. Inspector Gurov negates depredation
story immediately. Four people are suspected - husband of
the casualty, her mate, her neighbor and liftwoman. The
investigation begins…
Lovkach and Khippoza**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2396.3 m, 87 min, prod.: "Rhythm"
Script by Sergey Beloshnikov
Directed by Sergey Beloshnikov
Camera by Mikhail Bits
Music by Boris Rychkov
Art design by Lev Gurdeev
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Karelskikh, Zhanna Epple, Vladimir
Shevelkov, Valery Yaryomenko, Dmitry Shcheglov,
Levan Mskhiladze, Gennady Vengerov
Criminal melodrama. Lovkachyov drives someone's private
car to a town in the south and gets a fellow-traveler. A
number of unexpected circumstances draw them together.
Lovkachyov finds a hiding-place with currency in the car.
After that the lovers hastily come back to the town. When
the hero finds out that the criminals have raped the girl he
destroys their cottage with a dumptruck and stops a bullet.
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Mother of Jesus**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2478 m, 90 min, co-production:
"Tovarishch", GOSKINO of the USSR, "Aprel-Kom"
(Israel)
Script by Alexander Volodin
Directed by Konstantin Khudyakov
Camera by Leonid Kalashnikov
Music by Vyacheslav Ganelin
Art design by Boris Blank
Dmitry Alekseev
S t a r r i n g
Larissa Bogoslavskaya, Elena Yakovleva, Anatoly
Sergeev, Sergey Taramaev
It is a religious drama about Virgin Mary's first three days
in Jerusalem after her son's crucifixion.
Place of the Murderer is Vacant**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2543.8 m, 93 min, coproduction:"
Vremya" in association with GOSKINO of
the USSR
Script by Igor Gamayunov
Valery Chikov
Valery Kurykin
Directed by Valery Kurykin
Camera by Victor Shestopyorov
Music by Yury Butsko
Art design by Ivan Plastinkin
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Smolyakov, Eugeny Matveev, Andrey
Ivashchenko, Archil Gomiashvily, Andrey Gusev,
Alexander Voevodin, Igor Nikolaev, Lyubov Sokolova
The film is based on a real court-case of a serial maniac
who murdered 36 women in Vitebsk. Investigator Ignatov
starts to struggle against the chiefs of investigative
department of regional prosecutor's office who have been
practicing lawlessness for a long time and pursuing a
double inquiry of cases and catching of the maniac which
lead, as a result, to increasing number of casualties and
condemned without guilt.
Mousetrap
1990, ordinary, colour, 2470.1 m, 90 min, co-production:
"Soyuz", GOSKINO of the USSR
Script by Vladimir Basov
Directed by Samson Samsonov
Camera by Victor Epshtein
Mikhail Demurov
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art design by Peter Kiselyov
S t a r r i n g
Elena Popova, Elena Stepanova, Vladimir Soshalsky,
Nikita Vysotsky, Boris Khimichev, Eugeny Paramonov,
Anton Kurepov, Elena Stepanenko
Based on A.Christie's play of the same title.
Unknown Pages from the Life of an
Intelligence Agent
1990, ordinary, colour, 2606.4 m, 95 min, co-production:
"Vremya" in association with GOSKINO of the USSR
Script by Anatoly Usov
Directed by Vladimir Chebotaryov
Camera by Nikolay Olonovsky
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art design by Nikolay Saushin
S t a r r i n g
Yury Duvanov, Andrey Alyoshin, Vitaly Zikora,
Alexandra Kolkunova, Vladimir Stepanov, Gennady
Korolkov, Vladimir Korenev
It is a heroic and adventure movie version of a story by A.
Azolsky. The events take place on the eve and during the Great
Patriotic War.
Nikolay Vavilov**
1990, ordinary, TV film, colour, 13192.2 m, 482 min, coproduction:
'Telefilm", "Ionas Film" (Germany)
Script by Sergey Dyachenko
Yury Arabov
Alexander Proshkin
Directed by Alexander Proshkin
Camera by Boris Brozhovsky
Music by Vladimir Martynov
Art design by Valery Filippov
U. Bergfelder
S t a r r i n g
Kostas Smoriginas, Andrey Martynov, Irina
Kupchenko, Bogdan Stupka, Sergey Gazarov, Georgy
Kavtaradze, Tamara Degtyareva, Ion Unguryanu,
Ingeborga Dapkunayte, Nina Usatova, Igor Ivanov
The film is devoted to the life and scientific activity of
distinguished Russian scientist-naturalist who tragically died
during mass repression years. Covered by the film are the events
from the end of the twenties to postwar years. Episode by episode
developed is tragic by its outcome Vavilov's struggle against
pseudo-theories vicious practice of Trofim Lysenko - Stalin's
favorite.
Charmed Wanderer**
1990 (1991 - TV film version), ordinary, colour, 3000.5 m,
110 min, prod.: "Vremya"
Script by Irina Poplavskaya
Vassily Solovyov
Camera by Irina Poplavskaya
Music by Boris Novosyolov
in association with
Sergey Taraskin
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Music by Kirill Volkov
Art design by Andrey Kuznetsov
Pavel Safonov
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Mikhaylov, Vasya Krivun, Andrey
Rostotsky, Lidia Velezheva, Olga Ostroumova, Valery
Nosik, Maya Bulgakova, Irina Skobtseva, Elizaveta
Nikishchikhina, Spartak Mishulin, Leonid Kuravlyov,
Leonid Kulagin
Based on Nikolay Leskov's story of the same name. The
film authors follow the writer and try to reveal the mystery
of an inscrutable national character of the Russians.
Passport**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2831 m, 103 min, co-production:
"Rhythm", "Passport-Producsyon" (France)
Script by Rezo Gabriadze
Georgy Danelia
Arkady Khayt
Directed by Georgy Danelia
Camera by Vadim Yusov
Music by Georgy Kancheli
Art design by Dmitry Takashvily
E. Amrami
S t a r r i n g
Gerar Darmon, Natalia Gundareva, Oleg Yankovsky, Armen
Dzhigarkhanyan, Eugeny Leonov, Mamuka Kikaleyshvily,
Leonid Yarmolnik
It is a comedy-dramatic story about the adventures of taximan
Merab Papashvily who happened to get to Israel instead of his
paternal brother Yakov, a children's chorus choirmaster. Since
the first day abroad practically he searches for a way to get back
home. This way is full of miseries, adventures and comedy
situations.
The Story of the Unextinguished
Moon**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2373.9 m, 87 min, co-production:
"Slovo" in association with GOSKINO of the USSR
Script by Vitauskas Zhalakyavichus
Directed by Eugeny Tsymbal
Camera by Vadim Alisov
Alexander Bondarenko
Music by Vadim Khrapachyov
Art design by Vladimir Polyakov
S t a r r i n g
Victor Proskurin, Vladimir Steklov, Sergey
Artsybashev, Sergey Garmash, Vsevolod Larionov,
Vladimir Simonov, Stanislav Zhitarev
Based on the story of the same name by B. Pilnyak, the film tells
us about the death under an operation of M.V. Frunze, one
among the most famous military leaders of our country.
Under the Northern Lights
1990, ordinary, colour, 3447.3 m, 126 min, co-production:
"Rhythm", "Toey Company Ltd." (Japan) in association
with VO "Sovinfilm"
Script by Atsusi Yamatoya
Valentin Ezhov
Directed by Tosio Goto
Pyatras Abukyavichus
Sergey Vronsky°
Camera by Yudzi Okumura
Music by Reidziro Koroku
Art design by Vladimir Aronin
A. Kharuki
R. Koroku
S t a r r i n g
Kodzi Yakuse, Andrey Boltnev, Marina Zudina,
Nikita Makhalkov, Anatoly Romashin, Liza
Novodvorskaya, Tetsuro Tamba, Elena Yakovleva
Based on Japanese writer Togava Yukio's story "Under Aurora".
At the beginning of the century Japanese hunter Gendzo illegally
roams about Siberia for as long as five years in order to save
money to redeem his girl-friend who has been sold by her parents
to a geisha school. Here he gets acquainted with exile Arseny
who becomes a friend of him, and besides he finds another friend
– saved wolf alias Buran. For a short time Gendzo comes back to
his motherland where he is considered dead and his bride
worships "his grave". He suffers persecution of the Japanese
authorities and returns to Russia, forever this time.
Stalin's Funeral**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2967.5 m, 108 min, co-production:
"Slovo" in association with GOSKINO of the USSR, CZT
(USSR-Great Britain)
Script by Eugeny Evtushenko
Directed by Eugeny Evtushenko
Camera by Alexander Ivanov
Art design by Boris Blank
Ilya Amursky
S t a r r i n g
Denis Konstantinov, Eugeny Platokhin, Vanessa
Redgrave, Albert Toddl, Alexey Batalov, Marina
Kalinichenko, Maya Bulgakova, D. Dzaiyani, Georgy
Yumatov, Rafael Kleyner, Natalia Kolyakanova, Savva
Kulish, Eugeny Evtushenko, Valentin Nikulin, Alexey
Konsovsky
Year 1953. Moscow says its vales to the leader. In the
funeral throng Zhenya gets acquainted with Elya. During
many hours spent in the funeral procession they managed to
fall in love with and find out a lot of each other. But Elya
absurdly dies. Thus another, adult life starts for Zhenya.
Adam's Rib**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2143 m, 78 min, co-production:
"Rhythm" in association with GOSKINO of the USSR
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Script by Vladimir Kunin
Directed by Vyacheslav Krishtofovich
Camera by Pavel Lebeshev
Music by Vadim Khrapachev
Art design by Sergey Khotimsky
Alexander Samulekin
S t a r r i n g
Inna Churikova, Elena Bogdanova, Svetlana
Ryabova, Maria Golubkina, Andrey Tolubeev, Andrey
Kasyanov, Igor Kvasha
A movie version of Anatoly Kurchatkin's story "Women's
House". It is a story of a woman who lives in a tiny
apartment with two daughters and the mother and
constantly searches for an opportunity to regulate the life
of her own and the daughters.
Russian Roulette**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2271.1 m, 83 min, prod.: "Courier"
Script by Valery Chikov
Directed by Valery Chikov
Camera by Sergey Taraskin
Music by Alexey Kozlov
Art design by Karim Khaliuin
S t a r r i n g
Elena Yakovleva, Denis Karasyov, Rimma
Markova, Anatoly Nakolaev, Lev Borisov, Nikolay
Burlyaev, Andrey Kuznetsov
It is a story about a dead woman's lover who tries to adopt
her daughter. But he falls foul of the law. The police get
on his track…
The Knight's Castle**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2323.7 m, 85 min, co-production:
"Zhanr" in association with GOSKINO of the USSR,
CDC-FILMKUNST GMBH (West Berlin)
Script by Sergey Tarasov
Directed by Sergey Tarasov
Camera by Grigory Belenky
Music by Igor Kantyukov
Art design by Victor Yushin
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Koznov, Olga Kabo, Denis Trushko, Eugeny
Paramonov, Boris Khimichev, Alexander Inshalkov,
Lidia Annaeva
An adventure film based on A. Bestuzhev-Marlinsky's
story "Neigauzen Castle"
Savoy**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2255.2 m, 82 min, prod.: "Courier"
in association with GOSKINO of the USSR
Script by Peter Lutsik
Alexey Samoryadov
Directed by Mikhail Avetikov
Camera by Eugeny Korzhenkov
Music by Boris Rychkov
Art design by Svetlana Titova
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Steklov, Seydulla Moldakhanov, Igor Chulkov,
Anna Portnaya
After a bottle of vodka drunk in a train the hero is kidnapped and
driven to salt-works as a slave. A German colonist redeems him
and after that the hero faces the Mafia and tries to oppose it.
Suicide**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2461.2 m, 90 min, co-production:
"Soyuz" in association with "Activitas"
Script by Valery Pendrakovsky
Directed by Valery Pendrakovsky
Camera by Valentin Makarov
Music by Edison Denisov
Art design by Boris Blank
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Shakurov, Leonid Kuravlyov, Alexander
Trofimov, Vyacheslav Nevinny, Vladimir Menshov,
Elena Stepanenko, Olga Volkova
Screen version of a comedy by N.Erdman about a man who does
not want to work any longer and challenges bureaucrats and
arbitrary rule as well as commit suicide in a chic way.
Death In The Cinema**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2169.4 m, 79 min, co-production:
"Slovo", "Cinebridge"
Script by Eduard Volodarsky
Valentin Chernykh
Valery Frid
Directed by Konstantin Khudyakov
Camera by Yury Raysky
Music by Mikael Tariverdiev
Art design by Boris Blank
Yury Koromyslov
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Bortnik, Anatoly Romashin, Leonid Kanevsky,
Irina Rozanova, Elena Shanina, Alexander Parra,
Anatoly Sergeev
Detective story about the life of film studio's workers. They
wanted to play a joke with one of them, but came to the
tragic end – the operator was found dead after the party.
You Can't Live Like That
1990, w/s, colour, 3150.6 m, 115 min, in association with
"Krug", GOSKINO of the USSR, "Filmferlak Der
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Autoren" (FRG)
Script by Stanislav Govorukhin
Directed by Stanislav Govorukhin
Camera by Gennady Engstrem
Music by Nikolay Korndorf
A feature-publicistic film about the socio-political condition of
the Soviet society at the end of the eghties.
Lessons At the End of Spring**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2117 m, 77 min, co-production:
"Start" in association with GOSKINO of the USSR
Script by Oleg Kavun
Directed by Oleg Kavun
Camera by Vladimir Nakhabtsev
Music by Boris Sinkin
Art design by Val. Filippov
S t a r r i n g
Danya Tolkachyov, Yury Nazarov, Yury Mazhuga,
Alexander Feklistov
Together with the rebels (1964 bread rebellion) 12-year old
Vadik is taken to prison where during 6 months he learns
tribulations of committed life.
Tired**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2112.5 m, 77 min, "Debyut"
Script by Vladimir Pugashkin
Adel Al-Haddad
Radu Melnichuk
Directed by Adel Al-Haddad
Camera by Samuil Kublanovsky
Victor Sheynin
Music by Oleg Ladov
Art design by Irina Kalashnikova
S t a r r i n g
Vitaly Babenko, Olga Shukshina, Alexander
Tereshko, Elena Fadeeva
He, She and her grandmother live in a little apartment. When he
was absent she married another man and now plays false either
the husband or the lover.
Ha Ha-Ha-Hazanov**
1990, ordinary, colour, 1954.6 m, 71 min, prod.: "Zhanr"
Script by Gennady Khazanov
Directed by Gennady Khazanov
Sergey Vronsky
Camera by Vsevolod Simakov
Igor Panov
Sergey Vronsky
Art design by Alexander Myagkov
S t a r r i n g
Gennady Khazanov
A film-concert of G. Hazanov, performer of humorous sketches
and scenes.
Homo Novus**
1990, ordinary, b/w, 2522 m, 92 min, co-production:
"Yunost", VtsKiT, "Budapest" (Hungary)
Script by Zoya Kudrya
Directed by Pal Erdesh
Camera by Ferents Pap
Vladimir Fridkin
Music by Mikael Tariverdiev
Art design by Irina Kalashnikova
S t a r r i n g
Irina Kupchenko, Georgy Taratorkin, Anna
Bazhenova, Olya Stulova, Rimma Markova
The pupils put their teacher under boycott for her
expansiveness. Absorbed with the chase they go beyond the
mark. Collective revenge gathers all new cruelties.
Chernov**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2709 m, 99 min, co-production:
"Tovarishch" in association with "Rohas Studio Film"
(Spain)
Script by Sergey Yursky
in association with
Anatoly Grebnev
Directed by Sergey Yursky
Camera by Mikhail Agranovich
Music by Ekaterina Chemberdzi
Art design by Artur Makarov
Alexander Boym
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Smirnov, Elena Yakovleva, Oleg
Basilashvuly, Mikhail Danilov, Elena Koreneva, Sergey
Yursky, Dmitry Bulba, Sergey Makovetsky
The film events take place in two planes: the real life of architect
Chernov and an illusive one reflecting his soul crisis. Eventually,
they both interlace into cosmic and drama nodus.
The Fur Hat**
1990, ordinary, colour, 2406 m, 88 min, prod.: "Zhanr"
Script by Konstantin Voinov
Directed by Konstantin Voinov
Camera by Andrey Epishin
Music by Vladimir Komarov
Art design by Levan Lazishvily
S t a r r i n g
Vladimir Ilyin, Lidia Fedoseeva, Oleg Efremov,
Eugeny Evstigneev, Eugeny Vesnik, Igor Vladimirov,
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Oleg Tabakov, Vyacheslav Nevinny, Armen
Dzhigarkhanyan, Lidia Smirnova
The film is based on the story by V. Voinovich. A poor
writer desperately searches for justice walking from one
official office to another. He's been dreaming about
ondatra hat and cannot lose the moment when he is to
receive by distribution.
1991
KGB Agents Fall in Love Too**
1991, ordinary, colour, 2412..3 m, 88 min, co-production:
“SOYUZ” in association with “ CHILE FILMS”,
“PROLAM S.A.” (Chile)
Script by Alexander Adabashyan
Sebastyan Alarkon,
Alexander Borodyansky
Directed by Sebastyaan Alarkon
Camera by Vadim Alisov
Music by Orasio Salinas
Art design by Sebastyan Alarkon
S t a r r i n g
Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Sergey Gazarov, Lus
Kroksatto, Kristian Uidobro, Gloria Munchmeyer,
Luis Alarkon, Olga Tolstetskaya, Natalia
Krachkovskaya
Misha who is the agent of one of the special service
branches was caught with a girl from a special bar at his
work place during the working time. To avoid a scandal he
is sent to the business trip to Santiago, Latin America.
There he gets acquanted with Paola who works at a
“massage parlour”. Heros sink their shops introducing to
each other as a Russian businessman and musical
producer. They fall in love with each other.
Anna Karamazoff**
1991, ordinary, colour, 3369 m, 123 min, co-production:
“KRUG”, “VICTORIA-PRODUCTION” (France)
Script by Rustam Khamdamov
Directed by Rustam Khamdamov
Camera by Yury Klimenko
Music by Alexander Vustin
Art design by Vladimir Murzin
S t a r r i n g
Zhanna Moro, N. Orateyeva, O. Lysenkova, Yury
Solomin, Peter Mamonov, Gennady Mitrofanov,
Natalia Fateyeva, Elena Solovey, Natalia Leble.
This is a story about a woman who comes back from the
Stalin’s camps. She seeks for a man whose delation
accounted for of her arrest to revenge. But after the
commitment of a trial she understands that the revenge
makes no sense, evil comes from evil and this chain has no
end. The only way for her now is to step out. The movie is
done a la retro style.
Armavir**
1991, ordinary, colour, 3783 m, 138 min, co-production:
“ARK-FILM”, “SOYUZ”, ROSKOMKINO
Script by Alexander min.dadze
Directed by Vadim Abdrashitov
Camera by Denis Evstigneyev
Music by Vladimir Dashkevich
Art design by Alexander Tolkachyev
Vladimir Ermakov
Oleg Potanin
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Koltakov, Sergey Shakurov, Elena
Shevchenko, Sergey Garmash, Maria Stroganova,
Zhanat Bayzhanbayev, Natalia Potapova
This is a psicological film-catastrophe. After the split of
the passanger motor ship Marina is sought by her husband
who married her during the trip and by her father whom
she recently go off. Both of them love her and hate each
other. After the long quest among the victims of the
accident, meetings with different peoples they find her but
she does not recognize them. After having been under
water in the “air cushion” of a deck-cabin for as long as
three days she lost her memory and thinks that Ivan who
saved her is her husband.
Butterflies**
1991, ordinary, colour, 2458 m, 90 min, co-production:
“SLOVO”, “RAPID” AKVO, “SINEMARK RIPI”,
“ARMATEX” (Belostok, Poland)
Script by Elena Rayskaya
Directed by Andrey Malyukov
Camera by Victor Sheynin
Music by Roman Zagorodnyuk
Art design by Vladimir Pasternak
S t a r r i n g
Elena Safonova, Vladimir Dlouzh, Daniel
Olbrykhsky, Maria Vinogradova, Galina Polskikh
This is a psychological detective story with the elements of
melodrama. A thirty-year old jobless cameraman lives in
the old evicted house in the center of Moscow. She came
to him in several years after a break to restore their
relations. Maybe she came by order of murderers who
beset his flat. From evening till morning they seek for the
way-out of this difficult situation.
Infinitas
1991, ordinary, colour, 5751 m, 210 min, co-production:
“RITM”, “TOVARISHCH”, “OLIMP 1”
Script by Marlen Khutsyev
Directed by Marlen Khutsyev
Camera by Andrey Epishin
Vadim Mikhaylov
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in association with
Gennady Karyuk
Alexander Karyuk
Anatoly Petriga
Valentin Piganov
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Art design by Levan Shengeliya
S t a r r i n g
Vladislav Pilnikov, Alexey Zelenov, Marina
Khazova, Anna Kudryavtseva, Nina Pritulovskaya,
Yury Khlopetsky, Andrey Golikov
The main idea of the movie is the painter and the time
which he lives in, the responsibility of the man for what is
going on. The main character is an experienced man of
ripe age. In anticipation of the end of his life he leaves his
flat in Moscow and comes back to his native land where he
was happy and loved. During the travel he looks back on
his first love and military commotion.
Vivat, Naval Cadets**
1991, ordinary, colour 3818, 7 m, 139 min.
Script by Nina Sarotokina
Yury Nagibin
Svetlana Druzhinina
Directed by Svetlana Druzhinina
Camera by Anatoly Mukasey
Music by Victor Lebedev
Art design by Vladimir Aronin
Vladimir Korolev
S t a r r i n g
Dmitry Kharatyan, Sergey Zhigunov, Mikhail
Mamayev, Lyudmila Gurchenko, Kristina Orbakayte,
Mikhail Boyarsky, Tatiana Ditkovskine, Anastasia
Yaguzhinskaya, Natalia Gundareva, Eugeny
Evstigneyev
The second movie of the adventure trilogy about naval
cadets. The main idea of the film is the historical event:
arrival of the future Empress Cathern II, Sophia Frederica
Angalt-Tserbskaya, fianc?e of inheritor Peter III under in
incognito to Russia in 1774.
Wolfhound**
1991, ordinary, colour, 2840.8 m, 104 min, co-production:
“SLOVO”, JV “SINEBRIDGE”
Script by Vitaly Moskalenko
in association with
Yury Korotkov
Yusup Razykov
Directed by Mikhail Tumanishvili
Camera by Dmitry Madorsky
Valentin Piganov
Music by Victor Babushkin
Art design Tatiana Lapshina
S t a r r i n g
Inara Slutska, Alexey Guskov, Anatoly Romashin,
Vladimir Ilyin, Valery Barinov, Alexander Fatyushin,
Alexander Ilyin
This is a story about young beautiful woman, staffer of the
Criminal Investigation Agency. Courage and initiative of
Victoria Zhuravleva, her artistry and intellect offer her a
successful career. But one time during the operation she
recognized her first love in one of bandits.
Meeting with Clergymans of Canada**
1991, ordinary, colour, 1885.2 m, 69 min, in association
with ROSKOMKINO, “CHRIST SPIRITUAL
COMMUNITY UNION”, “RODINA” society
Script by Tamara Lisitsian
Directed by Tamara Lisitsian
Camera by Mikhail Demurov
Victor Epshteyn
Music by Igor Efremov
Film tells us about the difficult life of clergymans in
Russia at the end of XIX and at the beginning of XX
centuries, salutary participation of L.N. Tolstoy, his
fellows and english quakers in their destiny as a result of
which they left Russia for Canada. Up to now they keep
faith, customs, persuasions and character of Russian man
in their heads. The movie describes a nowdays life of
clergymans of Canada.
A House Under Starry Skies**
1991, ordinary, colour 3313 m, 121 min, “KRUG” prod.
Script by Sergey Solovev
Directed by Sergey Solovev
Camera by Yury Klimenko
Music by Boris Grebenshchikov
Art design by Marksen Gaukhman-
Sverdlov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Ulyanov, Alexander Abdulov, Alexander
Bashirov, Ilya Ivanov, Alla Parfanyak, Alexander
Turgan, Maria Anikanova, Dmitry Solovev
Film-phantasmagoria completes the trilogy begun by films
“Assa” and “Black rose is symbol of grief, red rose is
symbol of love”. The main character of movie,
academician Andrey Bashkirtsev is prosperous conformist
who lived well during the sluggish period. Suddenly he
faced with a nonsense and horror which he and his family
cannot abide.
Rendesvous House**
1991, ordinary, TV film, colour, 2266 m, 83 min,
“TELEFILM” prod. in association with “D” studio
Script by Eduard Khrutsky
Anatoly Stepanov
Directed by Vadim Derbenyev
Camera by Boris Brozhovsky
Music by Victor Babushkin
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Art design by Maya Kolesnikova
S t a r r i n g
Boris Shcherbakov, Mikhail Zhigalov, Elena
Khmelnitskaya, Irena Kokryatskaya, Lyudmila
Polyakova, Ekaterina Kmit
Police major (who is not really major) investigates a
mysterious murder of Veniamin, boss of luxirious country
house of mercy. The murder is not really committed. But it
was only imitated. The aim of participants of this
performance is to find high-ranking clients visiting this
house and to make them squeal.
Beyond The Last Boundary**
1991, ordinary, colour, 2963 m, 108 min, “KRUG” prod.
Script by Eduard Volodarsky
Directed by Nikolay Stambula
Camera by Gennady Karyuk
Alexander Karyuk
Music by Igor Kantyukov
Art design by Vladimir Pasternak
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Sidikhin, Igor Talkov, Alina Tarkinskaya,
Alexander Kazakov, Nikita Dzhigurda
After going out of prison the former famous boxer llands
on the street level and begins working in the racketeers’
band. He tries to escape from this band and begin the new
life with the girl who falls in love with him. But criminals
and captain of police who cooperates with them do not
want to let him go. A sharp battle awaits them.
Causus Improvisus**
1991, TV film, colour, 2036 m, 74 min, “TELEFILM”
prod.
Script by Alla Surikova
Eugeny Kamenkovich
Valery Shuvalov
Directed by Alla Surikova
Eugeny Kamenkovich
Camera by Valery Shuvalov
Music by Vladimir Bystryakov
Art design by Vladimir Korolyev
Alexander Borovkin
S t a r r i n g
Maria Mironova, Alexander Marin, Irina Petrova,
Vladimir Mashkov
Chief physician of south health resort hospital and sicknurse
Nina decided to rent hospital beds to vacationers. A
young teacher and an old lady happened round in one
room. A paradoxical subject generates paradoxical
situations.
The Kremlin Secrets of the XVI
Century**
1991, ordinary, colour, 2927 m, 107 min, “SOYUZ” prod.
Script by Victor Merezhko
Directed by Boris Blank
Camera by Maria Solovyeva
Music by Yury Saulsky
Art design by Stalen Volkov
S t a r r i n g
Alexey Zharkov, Bogdan Stupka, Alexey
Serebryakov, Vladimir Steklov, Yury Stoskov, Mikhail
Yanushkevich
The film is based on the famous historical drama “Death
of Ivan the Terrible” written by L.N. Tolstoy. The action
takes place in 1584. The movie describes the last day of
Ivan IV, tyrant and despot, stirrer-up of great national
commotion.
Migrants
1991, ordinary, colour, 2784 m, 102 min, in association
with NTSP “TALKA”
Script by Valery Priyemykhov
Directed by Valery Priyemykhov
Camera by Boris Brozhovsky
Music by Boris Rychkov
Art design by Svetlana Titova
S t a r r i n g
Oksana Arbuzova, Andrey Andreyev, Nina
Ruslanova, Ekaterina Vasilyeva, Irina Klimova, Julia
Rogachkova, Tatiana Yakovenko
Two newcomers got acquainted in the restaurant. She took
him for the Muscovite but he was not, he took her for the
prostitute. After being in police office as homeless they
drifted together and fell in love with each other.
The Promised Heavens**
1991, ordinary, colour, 3408 m, 124 min, co-production:
“SLOVO”, JV “SINEBRIDGE”
Script by Genrietta Altman
Eldar Ryazanov
Directed by Eldar Ryazanov
Nikolay Skuybin
Camera by Leonid Kalashnikov
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art design by Alexander Borisov
Sergey Ivanov
S t a r r i n g
Liya Akhedzhakova, Olga Volkova, Valentin Gaft,
Leonid Bronevoy, Oleg Basilashvili, Svetlana
Nemolyayeva, Natalia Gundareva, Alexander
Pankratov-Chyerny, Mikhail Filippov, Vyacheslav
Nevinny, Nina Ruslanova
Moscow. Homeless old men and woman built their village
at the outskirts of the city. They wait for a contact with
extraterrestrial beings that will take them. At the same
time the city authorities are going to demolish the village
and to build a joint venture instead of it.
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Dislike**
1991, ordinary, colour, 2616 m, 95 min, co-production:
“KRUG”, JV “LESINVEST Ltd”
Script by Renata Litvinova
Directed by Valery Rubinchik
Camera by Oleg Martynov
Art design by Irina Kalashnikova
S t a r r i n g
Ksenia Kachalina, Stanislav Lyubshin, Dmitry
Roshchin, Irina Shelamova, Genriyetta Egorova,
Ekaterina Shcherbakova, Victor Remisov
The story of young girl plunged into a complicated love
situation is in the centre of the subject. She meets with two
men simultaneously, an old famous cameraman and
student. She appreciates them but feels that loves really
none of them. With her own dislike she makes them but
more herself unhappy. She decides to step out.
Siege of Venice**
1991, ordinary, colour, 2194 m, 80 min, co-production:
“VREMYA”, “EKSELSIORFILM TV”, “UDZHIS FE”
(Italy)
Script by Enriko Medioli
Georgeo Ferrara
in association with
Gean Piere Bordeau
Directed by Georgeo Ferrara
Camera by Franko di Djakomo
Art design by Mario Garbulia
S t a r r i n g
Isabella Rosselini, Tom Konty, James Wilby, Mishel
Dushossoy, Alexander Abdulov, Vsevolod Larionov,
Alexander Shirvindt, Innokenty Smoktunovsky
The film is based on Carlo Goldony’s comedy “Cunning
Widow”. The action takes place in Venice. Three
foreigners seek Rosanna?s hand in marriage. She is a
young and rich beautiful widow. The Inquisition
concerned about the possibility of going out of money
from Venice sends to her impoverished earl Boskonero,
her former beloved…
Called a Beast
1991, ordinary, 2400 m, 88 min, co-production: JV “KST”
Script by Victor Dotsenko
Directed by Alexander Muratov
Camera by Elizbar Karavayev
Music by Boris Rychkov
Art design by Leonid Svintsitsky
S t a r r i n g
Dmitry Pevtsov, Tatiana Skorokhodova, Boris
Shcherbakov, Yury Nazarov, Lev Prygunov, Vladimir
Anikin, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Vladimir Samoylov,
Eugeny Evstigneev, Igor Yasulovich
Those who tasted his dangerous blows called him “Beast”.
He passed the war in Afghanistan and saving his friend
was taken to prison. In prison he was in a bind and from
freeside was persecuted by hit men. He escaped from
prison to pay off and to save helpless beautiful girl.
Gost
1991, ordinary, colour, 2543,6 m, 93 min, co-production:
“RITM”, “EKTA”
Script by Igor Ageev
Directed by Nikita Orlov
Camera by Boris Kocherov
Music by Mikhail Chekalin
Art design by Leonid Platov
S t a r r i n g
Yury Nazarov, Nikita Vysotsky, Vladimir
Tolokonnikov, Rostislav Yankovsky, Nadezhda
Butyrtseva, Nikolay Erofeev
Nikolay Grishaev, the former sportsman and bibber now
could not think that sudden and mysterious death of his
brother would knock the bottom out of his inactive
colorless life. After the funeral he stays in his brother’s
village to come into collision with the local mafia.
Let’s Part While We Are Good**
1991, ordinary, colour, 3877 m, 142 min, co-production:
“KRUG”, JSC “PIRAMIDA-MINATEP”
Script by Vladimir Motyl
Directed by Vladimir Motyl
Camera by Vladimir Ilyin
Music by Gennady Gladkov
Art design by Victor Yushin
S t a r r i n g
Georgy Darchiashvili, Lyudmila Potapova,
Vladimir Sichkar, Galina Umpeleva, Nana
Andronikashvily, Sergey Maksimov
This is a screen version of Fazil Iskander’s novel “Old
Hasan’s Pipe”. Bagrat Kyashpe, handsome hillman
outlived a lot. After commitment of a sudden murder he
was obliged to escape to the mountains and become
gentleman of the road. Tidings about him were
disseminated around all neighborhoods. A lot of money
that was promised for his head induced many people.
Kharms, Old Woman**
1991, ordinary, colour, 2732 m, 100 min.
Script by Eugeny Kozlovsky
Directed by Vadim Gems
Camera by Sergey Taraskin
Music by Shandor Kallosh
Art design by Levan Lazishvili
S t a r r i n g
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Eudokia Germanova, Eugeny Gerchakov, Yury
Mikhelson, Sergey Maksachev, Genrikh Kenne,
Vladimir Lipovetsky, Slava Voynorovsky, Alexander
Trofimov, Alexander min.aev
The modern screen version based on D. Kharms novel
“Old woman”. Film is done in a parody manner. An old
woman intruded upon the lone literator’s home, died and
became the instigation of the devil that cannot be cleared
off.
Bitch children**
1991, ordinary, colour, 2652 m, 97 min, co-production:
“RITM”, “FOR A-FILM”
Script by Leonid Filatov
in association with
Igor Shevtsov
Directed by Leonid Filatov
Svetlana Boguslavskaya
Ilya
Camera by Pavel Lebeshev
Yury Yakovlev
Eduard Gimpel
Music by Vladimir Komarov
Art design by Leonid Pertsev
Irina Sarkisova
Alina Budnikova
S t a r r i n g
Leonid Filatov, Vl. Ilyin, Larissa Udovichenko,
Alexander Abdulov, Eugeny Evstigneyev, Liya
Akhedzhakova, Vladimir Samoylov, Elena Tsyplakova,
Tatiana Kravchenko, Nina Shatskaya, Sergey
Makovetsky
The movie shows the internal life of the theatre. The actors
disagree and have a dust-up. But it continuous until the
authorities demand of them to commit a base act as related
to main director. They joint to fight for their rights, dignity
and creative liberty.
One Thousand Dollars To One Side**
1991, ordinary, colour, 2368.6 m, 86 min, “KRUG” prod.
Script by Alla Krinitsyna
Directed by Alexander Surin
Camera by Yury Nevsky
Music by Eugeny Doga
Art design by Nikolay Saushin
S t a r r i n g
Irina Byakova, Sergey Gabrielyan, Natalia
Gundareva, Sergey Gazarov, Oksana Mysina,
Valentina Zapevalova, Alexey Mironov, Victor
Ilyichyov
The movie is done in a comedy manner. The main
character is a country girl Alexankina received a call from
her sister who lives in America. But she is not going to
leave her native town to the astonishment of the folks. Her
sweetheart, mug in character, married Slavka Rechkin,
lives here and life with him is the essential affair in her
life.
Footballer
1991, ordinary, colour, 2453.9 m, 90 min, “SOYUZ” prod.
Script by Anatoly Stepanov
Directed by Alexander Gordon
Camera by Vyacheslav Syomin
Music by Nikolay Sidelnikov
Art design Pavel Ilyshev
S t a r r i n g
Valentin Gaft, Eugeny Lazarev, Vladimir
Ferapontov, Boris Khimichev, Aristarkh Livanov,
Tatiana Lavrenteva, Levan Mskhiladze
This film shows the world of “great football”. Contractual
matches, hole-and-corner totalizator, coaches and football
authorities intrigues, criminal operations of football mafia
is the atmosphere which the main hero, former famous
forward and coach now lives in. He is ready to oppose the
mafia in sports up to the end.
Assassin**
1991, ordinary, colour, 2851.9 m, 104 min, co-production:
“KURYER” in association with “SPECTATOR
ENTERTAINMENT ” (Great Britain)
Script by Alexander Borodyansky
Karen Shakhnazarov
Directed by Karen Shakhnazarov
Camera by Nikolay Nemolyayev
Music by Vladislav Shut
Art design by Lyudmila Kusakova
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Yankovsky, Malcolm McDowell, Armen
Dzhigarkhanyan, Andrey Krivitsky, Olga Antonova,
Darya Mayorova, Eugenia Kryukova, Alena
Teremizova, Olga Borisova, Alesha Logunov
Russian Tzar Nikolay II and his family were killed without
court and investigation in the town og Ekaterinburg in the
nighttime from 16th to 17th June 1918. Several decades
passed and the former convict and fixture of the mental
hospital now who considered himself as assassin tells us
about events of that horrible night.
Loonies**
1991, ordinary, colour, 2613.6 m, 95 min, co-production:
“RITM”, “DOMINO” (Germany)
Script by Vladimir Kunin
Kim Ryzhov
Directed by Alla Surikova
Camera by Valery Shuvalov
Music by Gennady Gladkov
Igor Kantyukov
Art design by Vladimir Korolyov
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S t a r r i n g
Ulrikh Playtgen, Nikolay Karachentsov, Leonid
Yarmolnic, Olga Kabo, Sergey Stepanchenko, Natalia
Gundareva, Victor Proscurin, Mikhail Boyarsky,
Alexey Zharkov, Vsevolod Larionov, Mikhail
Derzhavin, Alexander Shirvindt, Semyon Farada
Musical adventure comedy about building of the first
railroad from Saint-Petersburg to Tsarskoye Selo. After
arriving to Russia austrian engineer Otto von Gerstner who
is the mover meets with great deal of difficulties and
opposition but obtains friends and like-minded men at
once.
1992
Encore, Once More Encore**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2761 m, 101 min, co-production:
“KRUG”, ROSKOMKINO in association with
“DOMINO XXI LTD”
Script by Peter Todorovsky
Directed by Peter Todorovsky
Camera by Yury Raysky
Music by Peter Todorovsky
Art design by Vladimir Konovalov
S t a r r i n g
Valentin Gaft, Irina Rozanova, Eugeny Mironov,
Elena Yakovleva, Larissa Malevannaya, Sergey
Nikonenko, Vladimir Ilyin, Andrey Ilyin, Alexander
Pashutin, Stanislav Govorukhin
A small military town where everybody live in the face of
each other and know everything about each other.
Everybody know that colonel Vinogradov married the
young doctress Lyuba and that his former wife and two
children know nothing about that. Everybody except
Vinogradov know that his young wife is fell in love with
chirpy lieutenant who is not averse to reciprocate her
feeling. But everybody understand that if Vinogradov
rightful wife comes to the garrison, great scandal should
be broken out.
Arbiter**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2310 m, 84 min, co-production:
“KRUG”, “INKOM-FILM”
Script by Ivan Okhlobystin
Directed by Ivan Okhlobystin
Camera by Mikhail Mukasey
Music by Artym Artemyev
Art design by Alexander Shchurikhin
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Solovyev, Rolan Bykov, Ivan
Okhlobystin, Fedor Bondarchuk, Kirill Kozakov
The plot of the film is the investigation of the whole range
of mysterious murders. It becomes clear during the
investigation that the murderer is not a professional killer
but a man who was a victim of bandits some times ago and
decided to undertake a mission of law.
White King, Red Queen**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2357.8 m, 86 min, co-production:
“KURYER”, “INITIAL GROUP” (Paris), “ALENAFILM”
(Geneva)
Script by Sergey Bodrov
Gayane Ogannisyan
Directed by Sergey Bodrov
Camera by Fyodor Aranyshev
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art design by Valery Kostrin
S t a r r i n g
Andrer Dussoley, Tatiana Vasilyeva, Vladimir Ilyin,
Tatiana Kravchenko, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Alexey
Zharkov, Armen Godel, Andrey Tashkov
The movie is a tragic comedy. After the turnover of 1991
in Russia the heroine arrives with a small tourist group to
Switzerland where suddenly meets her former love, soviet
chess-player stayed on the west 20 years ago.
Possessed**
1992, ordinary, colour, 4171 m, 152 min, “VREMYA”
prod. in association with “POPULYAR” Agency
Script by Dmitry Talankin
Igor Talankin
Directed by Dmitry Talankin
Igor Talankin
Camera by Sergey Taraskin
Art design by Yury Kladienko
Tatiana Morkovkina
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Rudensky, Irina Skobtseva, Peter
Yurchenkov, Alla Demidova, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan,
Olga Kabo, Sergey Garmash, Darya Mikhaylova,
Vyacheslav Tikhonov, Dmitry Pevtsov
Two-part version of F.M. Dostoyevsky novel of the same
title. The main character is Nikolay Stavrogin, nobleman
and darling of women involved into the hedge society by
Peter Verkhovensky. The frustration of Stavrogin’s
personality given to thesis «anything goes» and «the end
justifies the means» is escapeless. This is a tragedy of the
hero’s destiny.
The Inner Circle**
1992, ordinary, colour, 3793,4 m, 138 min, co-production:
“ARK-FILM”, “UNO INTERNATIONAL” (Italy),
“COLUMBIA PICTURES”
Script by Andrey Mikhalkov-
Konchalovsky
Anatoly Usov
Directed by Andrey Mikhalkov-
Konchalovsky
Camera by Ennio Guarnyery
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Music by Eduard Artemyev
Art design by E. Frijerio
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Zbruev, Bob Khoskins, Bess Mair, Irina
Kupchenko, Oleg Tabakov, Vsevolod Larionov, Tom
Khals, Lolita Davidovich, Fyodor Shalyapin, Vladimir
Kuleshov, Alexander Feklistov
The action takes place from 1939 up to 1953. Among the
cruel contradictive realia of that era, when lives and
destinies of millions of people were broken there was a
special group of people forming the “Inner circle”. That
was how the officers of NKVD accomodating Stalin were
called. The movie centered round the late of Ivan Sanshin,
Stalin projectionist belonging to the “Inner circle”.
In Search of Gold Fallos**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2446.1 m, 89 min, co-production:
“SOYUZ” in association with “IVIs-EXPRESS-AUTO”,
“KAPSAR”
Script by Alexander Borodyansky
Sebastyan Alarkon
Directed by Sebastyan Alarkon
Camera by Sergey Taraskin
Music by Alexander Belyaev
Sebastyan Alarkon
Art design by Sebastyan Alarkon
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Gazarov, Lus Kroksatto, Jose Pelayo,
Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Olga Tolstetskaya, Khorkhe
Gerra, Sergey Nikonenko, Leonid Kuravlyov
The criminal group is going to convey the ancient treasure
“gold fallos” abroad. The special messenger is the actress
of the unusual genre and her false aidant is the man who
must give an eye to her. But tricky blond turned out more
sly and ducked out with the treasure.
Breeding of Cruelty in Women and
Dogs**
1992, ordynary, colour, 2447.2 m, 89 min, co-production:
“SLOVO”, CS “EKRAN”
Script by Valentin Chernykh
Directed by Inessa Seleznyova
Camera by Igor Bek
Music by Alexey Rybnikov
Art design by Victor Monetov
S t a r r i n g
Elena Yakovleva, Andris Lielays, Alexander Slastin,
Andrey Tolubeev, Andrey Zhigalov, Sergey
Tverdokhlebov, Elena Arbuzova
The heroine of the movie is a young and lone Anna. The
outcast dog becomes her faithful and devoted friend. Anna
parted from her self-interested sweetheart because of her
dog. After losing the dog and several monthes of lookingfor
she hardened in heart and decided to revenge for her
loss.
Carrying Out The Deceased**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2978.5 m, 109 mi., co-production:
“ARK-FILM”, “FORA-FILM”
Script by Valery Lonskoy
Directed by Valery Lonskoy
Camera by Yury Nevsky
Art design by Vadim Kislykh
S t a r r i n g
Lev Borisov, Igor Bochkin, Alena Lisovskaya,
Natalia Petrova, Victor Rakov
The action takes place in Moscow after the collapse of the
USSR. Grandfather and grandchild live in the old Moscow
flat. The grandchild is a studend and his grandfather is the
former agent of the Intelligent Service who had been in
prison camp. For love of his granfather the grandchild
maintains the situation of continuous questioning inviting
from time to time “clients” to there flat.
Naval Cadets III**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2935.2 m, 107 min, co-production:
“ZHANR”, “TSTSTST-FILMKUNST gmbkh”
(Germany)
Script by Nina Sarotkina
Yury Nagibin
Svetlana Druzhinina
Directed by Svetlana Druzhinina
Camera by Anatoly Mukasey
Music by Victor Lebedev
Art design by Sergey Ivanov
S t a r r i n g
Dmitry Kharatyan, Mikhail Mamonov, Alexander
Domogarov, Victor Rakov, Natalia Gundareva,
Lyudmila Gurchenko, Kristina Orbakayte, Barbara
Rudnik, Nakhla Dzhaman, Eugeny Evstigneev, Kherb
Andress
The movie is a continuation of serial “Naval cadets” and
“Vivat, Naval Cadets”. We meet with the former heros
during the Seven-year war of Russia and Prussia. When
the result of battle is desided not in the field of battle but at
the silence of the palace cabinets. The agents of Prussian
king Fridrikh and high-ranking persons of the Russian
court plot complicated intrigues.
A House On The Rozhdestvensky
Boulevard**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2105 m, 77 min, co-production:
“VREMYA” in association with JV “LESINVEST LTD”
Script by Lev Protalin
Directed by Boris Yashin
Camera by Vladimir Papyan
Music by Yury Saulsky
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Art design by Andrey Platov
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Zbruev, Natalia Panina, Ruslan
Khabiyev, Lyudmila Koryushkina, Alexander Bukleev,
Yury Volyntsev, Vladimir Gubanov
After leaving his family a 45-year writer moves to the
forsaken house. Once upon a time coming back to his
house he becomes a witness of violence. Having won the
girl away he invites her to his house and goes into her
problems.
A Woman In The Sea**
1992, ordinary, colour, 1852 m, 68 min, “RITM” prod.
Script by Eduard Volodarsky
Directed by Vyacheslav Krishtofovich
Camera by Alexander Knyazhinsky
Music by Vadim Khropachyov
Art design by Victor Petrov
S t a r r i n g
Stanislav Lyubshin, Marianna Vertinskaya, Marina
Mayko, Vyacheslav Razbegaev, Andrey Tolubeev,
Alexander Sirin, Otar Megvinetukhutsesi
The film is based on L. Borodin’s novel of the same title.
The action takes place in one of resorts of the Black Sea
coast in our own period. The main character is Victor,
middle age man having returned recently from the prison
where he had been for several years. Saving a woman
sinking in the sea he was involuntary involved into the
criminal detective story.
Devil’s Hostages**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2975 m, 109 min, co-production: “ARKFILM”
in assocition with “ROMAN KONCHERTI” (Italy)
Script by Anatoly Bezuglov
Alexander Kosarev
Directed by Alexander Kosarev
Camera by Vladimir Fastenko
Music by Igor Krutoy
Art design by Alexander Sayadants
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Gundareva, Tatiana Vasileva, Alexander
Pankratov-Chyorny, Peter Velyaminov, Mikhail
Gluzsky, Ivan Lapikov, Alexander Kosarev
The action takes place in the modern russian province
laying to Moscow, Venice, Rome. High-ranking officials
of OBKHSS and prosecutor’s office turn up to be involved
into the affair concerning the larceny of the famous black
diamond called “Black devil” and having a magic power.
Investigator Chicurov tries ineffectively to oppose the
high-ranking mafiosos. Incorrupt officers of the
prosecutor’s office join battle with bandits.
Casino
1992, ordinary, colour, 3417.3 m, 125 min, co-production:
“SOYUZ”, TPKP “KIN KOM”
Script by Samson Samsonov
Directed by Samson Samsonov
Camera by Vyacheslav Syemin
Music by Eugeny Doga
Art design by Georgy Kolganov
S t a r r i n g
Eduard Martsevich, Gabriel Maryan, Armen
Dzigarkhanyan, Olga Koposova, Olga Popovich,
Valery Smetskoy, Anatoly Mambetov
The movie is based on J. Chase novel “So, my darling…”
The plot of the film is the execution of robbery of the rich
casino which was developed and headed by Maisky. He
and his fellows make everything possible not excluding
murder to execute their daring plan. Cataclysms of
unpredictable events involve new personages into its
circle.
How Is Life, Crucian Carps ?**
1992, ordinary, colour, 3366 m, 123 min, co-production:
“SOYUZ” in association with K/O “PARITET”
Script by Eugeny Kozlovsky
Mikhail Shweytser
in association with
Sofia Milkina
Directed by Mikhail Shweytser
Sofia Milkina
Camera by Alexander Olkhovsky
Music by Alexey Zalivalov
Art design by Eugeny Chernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Kalyagin, Nikolay Pastukhov, Valery
Zolotukhin, Anna Nazarova, Eugeny Mironov, Leonid
Kuravlyov, Eugeny Evstigneev
The KGB colonel dealing with brainwashing of the literate
was dissmissed by its exertions. But the literate did not
know that colonel had saved an archive in his country
house. Suddenly he starts receiving notifications and he is
afraid to disregard them. On the other hand the mafia
persecutes him. Literate, KGB and mafia bid for the
archive.
Katka And Shiz**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2266.7 m, 83 min, co-production:
“KURYER”, firm “KINOCONTACT”
Script by Efim Ostrovsky
in association with
David Keosayan
Directed by Tigran Keosayan
Camera by Genri Abramyan
Music by Alexey Kozlov
Art design by Levan Lazishvily
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S t a r r i n g
Denis Karasyov, Elena Shevchenko, Armen
Dzhigarkhanyan, Otar Megvinetukhutsesi, Georgy
Drozd, Irina Metlitskaya, Yury Vasilev, Sergey
Chonishvili, Ivan Ufimtsev, Alexander Orlov
This is a criminal melodrama. Oleg, young and talanted
restorer made a copy of Van Dake’s picture and saled it as
an original for 300 thousand dollars. To avoid an
investigation and meeting with his aggrieved buyer
“Soloist”Oleg conceals himself in a crazy house affecting
the crazy. “Soloist” spirited him off to pique to remember
where the money is hidden. Katka taken into “Soloist’s”
service to watch Oleg surprisingly saves him.
Small Giant Of Great Sex**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2277 m, 83 min, “KRUG” prod.
Script by Alexander Borodyansky
Nikolay Dostal
Directed by Nikolay Dostal
Camera by Yury Nevsky
Music by Irakly Gabely
Art design by Vladimir Murzin
S t a r r i n g
Gennady Khazanov, Irina Rozanova, Irina
Sabanova, Elena Zorina, Irena Kokryatskaya, Tatiana
Vasileva, Tatiana Chepikova
Screen version of well-known writer Fazil Iskander’s novel
“Oh, Marat!”. The main character lives in a resort town on
the seaside of the Black Sea and works as a photographer on
the beatch. He is very popular owing to his improbable
loving adventures. None of the fair women can avail against
the onslaught of this giant of great sex.
It’s Good Weather On Deribasovskaya
Street While It’s Raining On Brighton
Beach**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2614,9 m, 95 min, co-production:
“SOYUZ”, in association with MMO “INGEOKOM”,
RSM “TRADING CORP.” (New York),
“UNIKOMBANK”
Script by Arkady Inin
Leonid Gayday
Yury Volovich
Directed by Leonid Gayday
Camera by Vadim Alisov
Music by Victor Babushkin
Alexander Zatsepin
Art design by Feliks Yasyukevich
Nikolay Markin
S t a r r i n g
Dmitry Kharatyan, Kelly McGrill, Andrey
Myagkov, Mikhail Kokshenov, Yury Volyntsev,
Emmanuil Vitorgan, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan,
Mamuka Kikaleyshvili, Eugeny Vesnik, Natalia
Krachkovskaya, Leonid Kuravlev
Presidents of two great powers USSR and USA have to
meet. But this meeting is at risk of desruption because of
the impossibility of police and CIA to cope with “russian
mafia”. Super agent Fyodor Sokolov was sent to the USA
to oppose it. Beatiful songstress Mary Star working at the
CIA becomes his partner. Collective actions of two super
agents had not only successful end but russian-american
love as well.
Challenger’s Fragment**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2623 m, 96 min, co-production:
“KRUG”, “BARNABA-FILMS” (France)
Script by Alla Krinitsyna
Directed by Alexander Surin
Camera by Yury Klimenko
Music by Engi Lolashvili
Art design by Pavel Ilyshev
S t a r r i n g
Lor Marsak, Natalia Gundareva, Vladimir Zaytsev,
Redzhep Mitrovitsa, Denis Burazliev, Andrey
Tikhomirov
The hero of the film is a crazy man. His mother abandoned
him at the childhood and remembered him only for
keeping house. The hero works in the vivarium, dogs
exposing to medical experiments are his friends. He is
alone among the people. His mother and girl betrayed him.
He rebelled against the meanness by liberating all dogs
from vivarium and goes off to the sea where the apparition
of the lost spacecraft “Challenger” invites him.
Hermit**
1992, ordynary, colour, 2429 m, 89 min, co-production:
“ARK-FILM” in association with MP “AMBER”
Script by Marina Mareeva
Directed by Boris Tokarev
Camera by Nikolay Nemolyaev
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Anton Artsimovich
Art design by Lyudmila Kusakova
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Gladunko, Boris Plotnikov, Alexey
Zharkov, Lyudmila Ivanova, Andrey Zhigalov,
Lyudmila Dmitrieva, Lyudmila Arinina
Our amusing, difficult and idle life is presented from two
various points of view. On the one hand it is a squabbles of
great densily multifamily unit and on the other a noiseless
house of Sergey Sovkov. His neighbour Tanya who seeks
her place in the sun appears suddenly in his flat and
Sergey’s life cardinally changes.
A Waiter With A Golden Tray**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2490 m, 91 min, co-production:
“KRUG”, TPO “PARITET”
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Script by Timur Zulfikarov
in association with
Roman Tsurtsumiya
Directed by Roman Tsurtsumiya
Camera by Pavel Lebeshev
Yury Klimenko
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art design by Said Menyalshchikov
Alexander Makarov
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Abdulov, Tatiana Kravchenko, Larissa
Polyakova, Vatslav Dvorzhetsky, Vitaly Varganov,
Boris Mirza, Valentina Titova, Alexander Pankratov-
Chyorny
The hero of the film is the successful waiter from the
seaside town had a habit to deny himself nothing. But once
upon a time he denied himself fees to the astonishment of
his collegues. Maybe he decided to become the honest
man so as to have a quite life.
Very Faithful Wife**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2081,9 m, 76 min, “RITM” prod.
Script by Yury Rogozin
Yusup Razykov
Directed by Valery Pendrakovsky
Camera by Valentin Makarov
Music by Edison Denisov
Art design by Eugeny Chernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Natalia Chernyavskaya, Valery Nikolaev, Victor
Proskurin, Olga Ostroumova, Valeria Ustinova,
Vladimir Brezhnev, Tatiana Egorova
A newly married couple has to separate. Husband goes to
gold fields for earnings. Having found a nugget and tried
to sale it he was taken to prison. His 22-year-old wife stays
alone with her child. When seeking for a job she gets
aquanted with pleasant journalist Iskrin who falls in love
with her and makes a proposal to go with him to Australia.
But she loves her husband and goes to him after the long
hesitations.
Walk Along the Scaffold**
1992, ordinary, colour, 3566.5 m, 130 min, co-production:
"Slovo", JV "Sinebridge"
Script by Isaak Fridberg
Directed by Isaak Fridberg
Camera by Vladimir Nakhabtsev
Music by Artemy Artemev
Art design by Victor Yushin
S t a r r i n g
Dmitry Pevtsov, Olga Drozdova, Boris Plotnikov,
Alexey Kozhevnikov, Denis Karyakin
Two young people, husband and wife, want to spend their
vacation far from annoyed urban fuss - in an out-of-the-way
village, where few people leave. However, life in a lonely log hut
in a forest turns out to be either a dream, or a fairytale. Woken up
in the very first morning, they see that the shabby furniture of the
hut has disappeared. They are in a luxurious bedroom - silk, gilt,
marble... Thereupon appears the treasure owner - a strange man.
He offers the young people to make a choice: to stay in the
fairytale or come back to their ordinary life...
Great Many of...**
1992, w/s, colour, 2950 m, 108 min, co-production:"Rhythm",
JV "Project-Kampo" (USSR-FRG), "East-West" (France),
"Parimedia" (France) in association with "Channel +"
(France)
Script by Nadezhda Kozhushannaya
Ivan Dykhovichny
Directed by Ivan Dykhovichny
Camera by Vadim Yusov
Music by Yuri Butsko
Art design by Vladimir Aronin
S t a r r i n g
Ute Lamper, Natalia Kolyakanova, Ekaterina
Ryzhikova, Elena Antonova, Alexander Feklistov,
Alexey Kortnev, Dmitry Dykhovichny, Eugeny
Sidikhin, Sergey Makovetsky
The USSR, the thirties. A wife of a KGB worker, who is always
busy, is lonesome and enamoured of a young man. Her husband
was ordered to choose a stallion for Marshal Budyeny for a
parade and failed - a proven mare was palmed off on him instead
of the stallion. But such a "joke" could not escape detection. He
suffered and his wife feels pangs of conscience for adultery.
Russia We Lost**
1992, ordinary, colour, 3085 m, 113 min.
Script by Stanislav Govorukhin
Directed by Stanislav Govorukhin
Camera by Gennady Engstrem
Feature-publicistic film continues film "You Can't Live Like
That". Showing the countrymen charmless and sometimes
scaring life picture of once great power with pain and anger, the
author tries to uncover the reason of the country's and nation's
tragedy.
Dream of White Princesses**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2875 m, 105 min, co-production:
"Krug", "Inkomfilm"
Script by Tatiana Alexandrova
Directed by Nickolay Obukhovich
Camera by Yury Klimenko
Music by Oleg Karavaychuk
This is a story about the last Russian Tsar Nickolas II family. The
original family chronicle is created by their letters, diary notes,
drawings and photos in combination with documentary filming of
the pre-revolutionary years.
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Old Young Men**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2538.3 m, 93 min, co-production:
"Slovo", in association with "Fora-Film"
Script by Anatoly Grebnev
Directed by Oleg Shukher
Camera by Valentin Savenkov
Music by Vadim Golutvin
Art design by Vladimir Pasternak
Alexander Shchurikhin
S t a r r i n g
Marina Khazova, Vladimir Rozhin, Vladimir
Yeremin, Leonid Bronevoy, Yulia Rutberg, Alexander
Bureyev, Olga Volkova, Vladimir Zaytsev
Bitter and happy time of the people of the sixties. The fate of
either of them is quite different. One, once found a warm stream
in a boisterous vortex, continues to drift in it, another leaves the
Motherland trying to reach freedom, the third one struggles on
disregarding everything. Everyone finds and loses something on
the chosen way.
Devil's Dance**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2680.3 m, 98 min, co-production:
"Ark-Film", Misical Film Society "Novoye Vremya" in
association with International Association of Cultural
Workers
Script by Oleg Grigorovich
Directed by Oleg Grigorovich
Camera by Eugeny Guslinsky
Music by Gennady Gladkov
Art design by Dmitry Alekseeev
Alexey Speransky
S t a r r i n g
Elena Grineva, Rashid Mamik, Gali Abaydulov
Film-ballet based on Nikolay Gogol's novel "Viy".
Tractor-Drivers II**
1992, ordinary, colour, 2445 m, 89 min, co-production:
"Courier", "Askin-Russia" of Center "Skip"
Script by Gleb Aleinikov
Renata Litvinova
Directed by Gleb Aleinikov
Igor Aleinikov
Camera by Gennady Belyaev
Music by Sergey Lazarev
Art design by Vladimir Polyakov
S t a r r i n g
Larissa Borodina, Eugeny Kondratev, Alexander
Belyavsky, Anatoly Kuznetsov, Boris Yukhanov
Paraphrase-film of classic film by Ivan Pyriev "Tractordrivers".
Creating an original story, the authors utilize
some of the famous film adventures, and the popular
heroes act in this day and age.
To See Paris And Then Die**
1992, ordinary, colour, 3270 m, 119 min, co-production:
"Telefilm", "Ibrus" and "Rashvold"
Script by Georgy Branev
Directed by Alexander Proshkin
Camera by Boris Brozhovsky
Music by Roman Ledenev
Art design by Dmitry Alekseyev
S t a r r i n g
Tatyana Vasileva, Dmitry Malikov, Stanislav
Lubshin, Vladimir Steklov, Ekaterina Semenova,
Oksana Arbuzova, Nina Usatova
The film action takes place in Moscow of the sixties. From a
child Elena dreams about visiting Paris but it was not to be. Her
son, a talented pianist, has such an opportunity. In order the
dream to come true, she had to keep her past from the people for
many years - her nationality, her staying in Kolyma camps for
repressed father, where she gave a birth to Yura of a criminal.
For the sake of her dream she makes any sacrifice, resorts to
various tricks and interferes in her son's private life. When a
threat to her secrets to be revealed appears she decides to take her
own life.
1993
Children of Iron Gods**
1993, ordinary, colour, 2186 m, 80 min, co-production:
"Courier", Limited Partnership "Russkaya
Kinokompania, TO "ABBA"
Script by Peter Lutsik
Alexey Samoryadov
Directed by Tomash Tot
Camera by Sergey Kozlov
Music by Yury Orlov
Art design by Vladimir Korolyov
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Sidikhin, Alexander Kalyagin, Yuri
Yakovlev, Nikolay Kornoukhov, Mikhail Svetin,
Alexander Feklistov, Mikhail Golubovich, Larissa
Borodina, Yury Slobodinyuk
Film-apologue about the Russian character. Ignat, a young
bogatyr, works at a metallurgical plant lost in Ural steppe.
The plant manufactures high-quality armature. After the
shift Ignat sufferes from idleness and has nothing to busy
himself with. Occasionally he raids Bashkir cote for
robbery, freight train with outlandish goods or matches
himself against an experienced fistfighter Bekbulatke.
The Gold**
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1993, ordinary, colour, 2472 m, 90 min, co-production:
"Slovo", "Enio-Film", "Viva Cinematografica" (Italy)
Script by Fabio Bonci
Directed by Fablo Bonci
Leonid Bits
Camera by Mikhail Agranovich
Music by Tomazo Vittorini
Art design by Vladimir Pasternak
Eugeny Chernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Franco Nero, Vittoria Belvedere, Alexander
Abdulov, Vsevolod Larionov, Innokenty
Smoktunovsky, Alexander Zbruev, Karlo Chekki,
Entso Yakketti, Dmitry Pisarenko, Alexander Sorokin
XVI century. Rome is seized by Austrians. Robbery is an
ordinary matter, blood of innocent people is being sheded.
Painter Gabrielle has to tolerate impudent importunity of
cutthroat Andreas to his sweet-heart Jezuinna. Back in the
time Andreas killed her brother. The painter is frustrated,
elegance and grace, his canvases were filled with,
dissapeared. But the hour of reckoning has struck -
Jezuinna kills her offender.
Koppeliya**
1993, ordinary, TV film, video, colour, 2297 m, 105 min,
prod.: "Telefilm" in association with "Russian Ballet"
Script by Vadim Derbenyov
Directed by Vadim Derbenyov
Camera by Boris Brozhovsky
S t a r r i n g
Marina Bogdanova, Konstantin Durnev, Eugeny Amosov,
Chino Massani, Vitaly Akhundov, Yana Kazantseva,
Rimma Boyazitova, Svetlana Ustyuzhaninova
Screen version of ballet "Koppeliya" by L. Delib.
The Queen's Private Life**
1993, ordinary, colour, 1992.2 m, 74 min, co-production:
"Slovo", Magnitogorsk mayor office
Script by Arkady Inin
Mikhail Kozlovsky
Directed by Valery Akhadov
Zulfiya Mirshakar
Camera by Vladimir Dmitrievsky
Music by Dmitry Atovmyan
Art design by Vyacheslav Vidanov
S t a r r i n g
Irina Rozanova, Alexander Pankratov-Chyorny, Natalia
Gundareva, Lidia Fedoseeva, Leonid Kuravlyov, Igor
Bochkin, Saydo Kurbanov
Comedy where the heroine is Ninka Korolyova, a Moscow
janitor, marries the king of African country of Zatrakhand
and upon arrival there she raises women against
androcentric customs existing in that country. Ivan
Ivashkin, national security secret agent - her real love,
helps her in any difficulties. Ninka returns to Moscow
after achieving her aim.
Little Men From Bolshevistsky Lane or I
Want Beer**
1993, ordinary, colour, 2694.1 m, 98 min, co-production:
"Ark-Film", "Renaissance", TO "Ekran"
Script by Yulia Damsker
Directed by Andrey Malyukov
Camera by Gennady Karyuk
Music by Roman Zagorodnyuk
Art design by Vladimir Pasternak
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Shatokhin, Natalia Varley, Elena
Kucherenko, Sergey Makovetsky, Aleftina
Evdokimova, Eugeny Gerchakov
Comedy-absurd about ridiculous life and illusions. Tolik -
the film hero - is a do-nothing, illusionist and fancier. Both
his wife - willing worker and love-mate tolerate Tolik's
undue fondness for beer. Happy existence is over when
both women leave him. Tolik tries to drain his sorrow in a
glass of "arcanum" and converts into a little man. But he is
not satisfied with such life and comes back to his women.
On Muromskaya Pathway**
1993, ordinary, colour, 2470.8 m, 90 min, co-production:
"Soyuz", "Continent", in association with "MBC Art
Center", "Saint VU Trade Company", "Korea Art"
(Korea), "Kinkom Interpbank Filmferlag" (Germany)
Script by Fyodor Petrukhin
Directed by Fyodor Petrukhin
Camera by Vladimir Shuvalov
Valentin Piganov
Music by Eugeny Doga
Art design by Vladimir Rogov
Vladimir Fabrikov
Yun Kwan
S t a r r i n g
Aristarkh Livanov, Yurga Karauskayte, Seldulla
Mondakhanov, Li Mi Ji, Elena Kondulaynen,
Lyubomiras Lauchkavichus, Andrey Tolubeev
A young industrialist from China meets Russian girl in
Moscow of NEP years. They met, fell in love with each
other and got married. But the fate made them apart for
many years. The entire world, frantic with militarization
excitement, seemed to be turned against the newly-weds.
But severe trials could not kill feelings of the film heroes.
Nastya**
1993, ordinary, colour, 2437.7 m, 89 min, co-production:
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Script by Alexander Adabashyan
Alexander Volodin
Georgy Danelia
Directed by Georgy Danelia
Camera by Pavel Lebeshev
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art design by Levan Lazishvili
S t a r r i n g
Polina Kutepova, Irina Markova, Valery Nikolaev,
Eugeny Leonov, Alexander Abdulov, Galina Petrova,
Nina Ter-Osipyan
Modern sentimental fairy-tail about a stationer's bashful
customer Nastya who lives with her mother in Moscow
and dreams of love. She thinks that if she is beautiful, her
dreams come true. By some miracle she meets a fairy and
changes into a woman of overpowering beauty. But she
could not reach happiness. And Sasha, a boy whom she
wanted to be changed for, fell in love with her as she was.
Gun With Silencer**
1993, ordinary, colour, 2283.1 m, 83 min, co-production:
"Rhythm", "Tarki-Film" (Kazakhstan)
Script by Valentin Khovenko
Directed by Valentin Khovenko
Camera by Vladimir Klimov
Music by Vladimir Davydenko
Art design by Lyudmila Kusakova
Oleg Bulakhov
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Yursky, Vladimir Vinokur, Sergey
Garmash, Galina Petrova, Vladimir Eryomin, Eugeny
Vesnik, Valery Nosik, Aelita Yukhaeva
A couple of psychos - maniac and transsexual - escape
from an American clinic. A retired general - psycho, just
like them, sends them in a balloon to Russia in order to
crab a peaceful agreement with the Soviets which was
disgraceful for America, discover secret armament
production plants and reveal hidden missile sites. Since
our heroes are in our TODAY, they have their share of
difficulties and worries.
Kazanova's Cape**
1993, ordinary, colour, 2670.6 m, 97 min, coproduction:"
Ark-Film", "Kazanova" (Italy) in association
with firm "Triffo", studio "Debyut"
Script by Alexander Galin
Directed by Alexander Galin
Camera by Mikhail Agranovich
Music by Riccardo Kaballa
Art design by Enriko Lucci
S t a r r i n g
Inna Churikova, Luka Barbareski, Ekaterina
Grabbe, Elena Mayorova, Tamara Kotikova, Tatiana
Galchenko, Sergey Garmash, Andrey Smirnov
The film heroine goes to Italy with a tourist group. Though
not young, but intellectual and clever woman speaking
three languages she goes sightseeing over Venice all alone
and meets a man for whom, as she thinks, she has been
looking for a long time. He takes her for a rich vagarious
American, gets her to restaurants, gondola, rents a highclass
room in hotel for a love night and in the morning
deliver a bill to her. The man of her life turned out to be a
hotel gigolo
Prediction**
1993, ordinary, colour, 3263 m, 119 min, co-production:
"Slovo", "Film Par Film"(France), "Orly Film"
(France)
Script by Eldar Ryazanov
Directed by Eldar Ryazanov
Nikolay Skuybin
Camera by Valery Shuvalov
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art design by Alexey Aksyenov
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Basilashvili, Iren Zhakob, Andrey Sokolov,
Alexey Zharkov, Alexander Pashutin, Roman Kartsev,
Karolin Siol
Moscow nowadays. A Gipsy told known writer Goryunov
fortune that he would die right in a day, have an unusual
meeting "just like no one had in his life" and fall in love,
certainly. In an hour already her prediction starts to come
true – in his apartment Goryunov meets … himself, but as
a young 25-year old man… The memories of the past and
strong flaming love fill the last day of the hero.
About Businessman Foma**
1993, ordinary, colour, 2238 m, 82 min, co-production:
"Slovo", TO "Ekran" in association with "Flash K"
Script by Valery Chikov
Directed by Valery Chikov
Camera by Timur Zelma
Boris Novosyolov
Music by Igor Nazaruk
Art design by Gennady Baburov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Evdokimov, Nina Ruslanova, Victor
Pavlov, Vladimir Kashpur, Vladimir Leonov, Mikhail
Svetin, Igor Yasulovich
Foma, a country mechanic and good-natured bibber once
saw a pay-toilet in the town and had a burning desire to
build the same in his native village and enrich by that. In
truth, he built a luxurious building – with sauna and billiard.
But the village-communists do not like such capitalistic
idea. And the racketeers set fire to the property of the
uncompliant entrepreneur. However, Foma and his son
decide to build everything all over again.
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Split-Off**
1993, TV film, colour, 14093 m, 513 min, produced by:
"Telefilm" in association with "BBC", Futluz Productions
Ltd." (GB), "Bayrisher Rundfunk" (Germany), PVF
(Germany), Poland Television, RTBF (Belgium), Wat C
ON TV Productions (Belgium), SRG (Switzerland), SSR
(Switzerland)
Script by Boris Dobrodeev
Dmitry Vasiliu
Sergey Kolosov
Directed by Sergey Kolosov
Camera by Dilshat Fatkhulin
Music by Alexey Rybnikov
Art design by Mikhail Kartashov
S t a r r i n g
Vadim Romanov, Eugeny Dvorzhetsky, Andrey
Kharitonov, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Elizaveta
Mikishchikhina, Lyudmila Kasatkina, Andrey
Rostotsky, Sergey Desnitsky, Alexey Yakovlev, Sergey
Kolosov, Regimantas Adomaytis, Boris Plotnikov,
Valery Storozhik, Alexey Bogdanovich, Igor
Gorbachyov, Valentina Aslanova, Lyudmila Titova,
Olga Drozdova, Girt Yakovlev, Vladimir Osipchuk,
Irina Metlitskaya, Anatoly Kuznetsov, Victor Terelya
The film action takes place in 1900-1903, a period which
has played an important role in the history of our country
and the entire Communist movement. A struggle for
establishment of the Iskra newspaper, the Party
organization, II congress of Russian Social-Democratic
Republic Party where the socialist movement was split off
into bolshevics and mensheviks.
Grey Wolves
1993, ordinary, colour, 3136.5 m, 114 min, co-production:
"Soyuz", ROSKOMKINO
Script by Alexander Lapshin
Igor Gostev
in association with
Sergey Khrushchyov
Vladimir Valutsky
Valentin Olekhnovich
Directed by Igor Gostev
Camera by Vladimir Fridkin
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art design by Eugeny Chernyaev
S t a r r i n g
Rolan Bykov, Alexander Belyavsky, Lev Durov,
Bogdan Stupka, Alexander Potapov, Eugeny Zharikov,
Alexander Mokhov, Alexandra Zakharova, Vladimir
Troshin, Peter Velyaminov
The film is dedicated to one of the most dramatic periods
in the history of our country – last months in power of
N.S. Khrushchyov and his resignation in October 1964.
Being a historical and psychological research per se, in
form the film is a thrilling detective political story with
chases, firing and deaths.
The Dreams**
1993, ordinary, colour, 2137 m, 78 min, co-production:
"Courier", ROSKOMKINO in association with "Slovo"
Script by Alexander Borodyansky
Karen Shakhnazarov
Directed by Karen Shakhnazarov
Alexander Borodyansky
Camera by Boris Brozhovsky
Music by Anatoly Kroll
Art design by Leonid Svintsitsky
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Basilashvili, Amalia Mordvinova, Armen
Dzhigarkhanyan, Arnold Ides, Peter Merkurev, Valery
Nosik, Alexey Zharkov, Yury Sherstnev, Andrey
Rostotsky, Andrey Vertogradov
The action of the film starts in the nineties of the XIX
century. Countess Prizorova has a constant nightmare
where she is … a scullery maid at a Moscow mess –
Masha Stepanova. By all evidences one can recognize
present-day Russia in her dreams. Social butterfly due to
her mysterious decease becomes either a participant in the
putsch, or min.ister of Economic Affairs, or the "Best
Breast" winner of a strange country – the CIS.
To Terminate the Thirtieth**
1993, ordinary, colour, 2542 m, 93 min, co-production:
"Asko Moned Film", "Ganem-Film"(Syria), the North-
East Bank
Script by Victor Dotsenko
Directed by Victor Dotsenko
Camera by Nikolay Olonovsky
Music by Soso Bardanashvili
Art design by Vassily Shcherbak
S t a r r i n g
Igor Livanov, Aristarkh Livanov, Marina Zudina,
Stanislav Sadalsky, Leonid Kuravlyov, Alexander
Porokhovshchikov, Vladimir Ivanov, Nikolay Barmin,
Ivan Shabaltas
A movie version of novel "Return of the Rabid" by V.
Dotsenko. The troubles of Sergey Cherkasov, the main
hero, began in Afghanistan where he had passed through
the entire hell. The fate smiled upon him for a short period
– he met a good man who helped him to return to the
motherland and found his love – beautiful girl Lana.
However, after that it would become clear that these
meetings were not fortuitous: both the "good man" and
Lana were connected to the Mafia that prepared combatant
units for future political and street fighting.
This Woman in the Window**
1993, ordinary, colour, 2422 m, 88 min, co-production:
"Slovo", MMTs Association "Cosmonautics for the
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Humankind", firm "Kurazh"
Script by Valentin Chernykh
by idea of
V. Krasnogorova
Directed by Leonid Eidlin
Camera by Genry Abramyan
Music by Isaak Shvarts
Art design by Lyudmila Kusakova
S t a r r i n g
Irina Muravyova, Yury Belyaev, Elena Yakovleva,
Ekaterina Vasileva, Irina Ryabtseva, Valery Shalnykh,
Andrey Nikolayev
A circus arrived in a small town. Lovesome woman
Zhenya took in a power juggler as a lodger. She was in
love with him from a child, he was the father of her son.
The juggler had already forgotten her and did not
recognize. And, as if for the first time, a relationship –
funny, tender and affecting, started being established
between them.
1994
White Holiday**
1994, ordinary, colour, 2772.8 m, 101 min, co-production:
"Soyuz", ROSKOMKINO
Script by Tonino Guerra
Vladimir Naumov
Directed by Vladimir Naumov
Camera by Lomer Akhvelediani
Art design by Vladimir Kirs
S t a r r i n g
Innokenty Smoktunovsky, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan,
Natalia Belokhvostikova, Natalia Naumova, Elena
Mayorova, Robert Wulf, Boris Shcherbakov, Lev
Borisov, Konstantin Berdikov
The hero of the movie is a Professor – mysterious person
with strange and unusual behavior. He hires a private eye
who is to watch him and put down what he says and does
during a day that happened to be the last in the Professor's
life.
Kurochka Ryaba ("Speckled Hen")**
1994, ordinary, colour, 3230 m, 118 min, co-production:
"Paramedia" (Paris), "Russkaya Ruletka" (Moscow) in
association with "Channel +" (France), min.istry of
Cultural Affairs of France, ROSKOMKINO, "Ark-Film"
Script by Andrey Konchalovsky
Victor Merezhko
Directed by Andrey Konchalovsky
Camera by Eugeny Guslinsky
Music by Boris Bazurov
Art design by Leonid Platov
Andrey Platov
S t a r r i n g
Inna Churikova, Alexander Surin, Gennady
Egorychev, Gennady Nazarov, Victor Mikhaylov,
Lyubov Sokolova, Mikhail Kononov
This is the sequel to the story of "Asya Klyachina…"
where the heroes live in the same village in our own day.
Both the heroes and the life have changed for thirty
years…
High Feelings Round Nero**
1994, ordinary, colour, 2007 m, 77 min, co-production: k/s
"Muzykalny Film", ROSKOMKINO, All-Russia State TV
Channel, "Ark-Film"
Script by Oleg Grigorovich
Directed by Oleg Grigorovich
Camera by Leonid Kalashnikov
Music by Yury Simakin
Art design by Valentin Konovalov
Natalia Nemechik
Ballet-dancers
Rashid Mamin, Oleg Sokolov, Igor Solovyov, Olga
Klyapovskaya, Dmitry Chalov, Gali Abaydulov,
Tamara Galitskaya
Film-ballet. Rome in Nero's time, persecution of the
Christians, dramatic nature and beauty of the events – all
these are in the performance by Yury Grigorovich.
Three Sisters**
1994, ordinary, colour, 2951 m, 108 min, co-production:
"Aurora-Film GMBH" (FRG), Russian
Teleradiocompany, VGIK Actor-Director Studio ARS-90
in association with "Krug", "Patmos", ROSKOMKINO,
"Delta -Film GMBH" (FRG), Alexander Fyodorovsky
(FRG)
Script by Sergey Solovyov
Directed by Sergey Solovyov
Camera by Yury Klimenko
Music by Sergey Kurekhin
Art design by Sergey Ivanov
S t a r r i n g
Otto Zander, Olga Belyaeva, Ksenia Kachalina,
Elena Korikova, Dmitry Roshchin, Stanislav Korolev,
Sergey Agapitov, Mikhail Petukhov, Maria Surova,
Mikhail Krylov, Maxim Masaltsev, Roman Falchenko,
Gennady Ivanov, Anna Solovyova
New reading of the play of the same name by A.P.
Chekhov.
I Am Free, I Belong to Nobody**
1994, ordinary, colour, 2349.9 m, 86 min, co-production:
"Soyuz", ROSKOMKINO in association with firm
"Vasilisa", the Television of Russia
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Script by Natalia Ryazantseva
Directed by Valery Pendrakovsky
Camera by Sergey Nekrasov
Music by Andrey Eshpay
Art design by Lyudmila Kusakova
Mikhail Kartashov
S t a r r i n g
Valentin Gaft, Nina Ruslanova, Natalia Egorova,
Anastasia Nemolyaeva, Akim Salbiev, Nikolay Volkov,
Olga Volkova, Elizaveta Nikishchikhina
Two women at once fall out of love with Chesnokov, the
spoilt child of fortune. It is hard for everyone to make up his
min.d to such a thing. Seeking to recoup he suffers a lot of
troubles and invokes every possible method including
fetish-man Dorian. At last, the lady's man and women
favorite regenerates into a kind of woman-hater.
1995
American Daughter**
1995, ordinary, colour, 2697.1 m, 98 min, co-production:
Stock Company "Caravan", (Kazakhstan), Company
"American Distribution" (USA), ROSKOMKINO,
"Courier"
Script by Alexander Borodyansky
Karen Shakhnazarov
Directed by Karen Shakhnazarov
Camera by Vladimir Shevtsik
Music by Anatoly Kroll
Art design by Devon Derbi
S t a r r i n g
Alison Witbek, Vladimir Mashkov, Maria
Shukshina, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Steven App,
Johnny Hais, Malcolm Brownson, Jennifer Daivis, Dale
Morris, Lane Junior, Marriane Karozers
Varakin, a musician of a Moscow restaurant arrives in San-
Francisco in order to carry off his daughter. His former wife
Elena married a rich American and secretly took little
Anyuta to the USA. The girl immediately recognizes
Varakin as her father, longs for him and ready to leave with
him for her distant Motherland. Anyuta escapes with her
father and their plan to come back to Russia would have
been fulfilled but for her illness…
Young Mistress-Paysanne**
1995, ordinary, colour, 3070 m, 112 min, co-production:
"Rhythm", ROSKOMKINO
Script by Alexander Zhitinsky
Alexey Sakharov
Directed by Alexey Sakharov
Camera by Nikolay Nemolyaev
Music by Vladimir Komarov
Art design by Lyudmila Kusakova
S t a r r i n g
Elena Korikova, Dmitry Sherbina, Leonid
Kuravlev, Vassily Lanovoy, Ekaterina Rednikova,
Lyudmila Artemeva, Eugeny Zharikov
A movie version of the story of the same name by A.S.
Pushkin. Lizonka Muromskaya, daughter of a landowner,
wants to get acquainted with her young neighbor Alexey
Berestov but does not know how to do it since their fathers
have bad blood between them for many years. She finds
out that Alexey likes hunting and dresses as a paysanne,
goes mushrooming and meets young Berestov. The
relationships established soon grow into love.
How Wonderful the Game Is**
1995, ordinary, colour, 2678.2 m, 98 min, co-production:
"Krug", ROSKOMKINO, TO TPF "Mirabel" in
association with MNVK "TV-6 – Moscow", "Russkaya
Kinokoimpania"
Script by Peter Todorovsky
Directed by Peter Todorovsky
Camera by Yury Raysky
Music by Peter Todorovsky
Art design by Valentin Konovalov
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Ilin, Gennady Nazarov, Denis
Konstantinov, Gennady Mitkin, Elena Yakovleva,
Larissa Udovichenko, Nikolay Burlyaev, Yury
Kuznetsov
This is a story about four young people who lived in the
Institute of the Arts hostel situated near Moscow. They are
talented, inventive and inclinable to improvisation and
hoaxes. It was the beginning of the fifties, Stalin was still
alive. Once one of the "hoaxers" announced via hostel
radio net in Levitan's voice another (unheard-of) pricecutting
as well as passport registration cancellation and
free egress abroad. The entire bunch has to pay their lives
for such a hoax.
To Love as Russians Do**
1995, ordinary, colour, 2458.9 m, 90 min, co-production:
"Slovo", ROSKOMKINO in association with TOO
"Producer"
Script by Valentin Chernykh
Directed by Eugeny Matveev
Camera by Victor Shestopyorov
Music by Vladimir Komarov
Art design by Denis Kladienko
S t a r r i n g
Galina Polskikh, Eugeny Matveev, Larissa
Udovichenko, Nikita Dzhigurda, Olga Egorova, Victor
Rakov, Valentina Titova
The heroines of a present-day drama occurred in a Pskov
village are Tatiana, Russian refugee from Central Asia,
Muscovite Polina and collective farmer Katerina. Together
they decide to organize mud-baths in a "hunting box" of
the former district committee of their village. For the sake
of their plan they have to struggle against some
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businessmen who want to acquire the plot by bribing local
authorities.
Small Devil**
1995, ordinary, colour, 3041.1 m, 111 min, co-production:
"Vremya", ROSKOMKINO
Script by Georgy Nikolaev
Directed by Nikolay Dostal
Camera by Vladimir Shuvalov
Music by Nikolay Karetnikov
Alexander Belyaev
Art design by Leonid Platov
Andrey Platov
S t a r r i n g
Sergey Taramaev, Irina Rozanova, Polina
Kutepova, Sergey Batalov, Gennady Nazarov, Elena
Mayorova, Galina Stakhanova, Alexey Elistratov
Russia at the beginning of the XX century. Peredonov, a
gymnasium's humble teacher, wants to get his promotion
and leave for the capital. His second cousin Varvara, who
wants to marry him, knows about desire and stealthily puts
letters allergy from a countess offering him a high office in
St. Petersburg. Peredonov believes. He is sure that
everyone envies him though the society makes game of
him. He fails to bear up quizzery and kills his friend who
caught the eye.
The Meshcherskys**
1995, ordinary, colour, 2408.3 m, 88 min, co-production:
"Vremya", ROSKOMKINO
Script by Lev Protalin
Boris Yashin
Directed by Boris Yashin
Camera by Vladimir Papyan
Music by Yury Saulsky
Art design by Mikhail Kartashov
S t a r r i n g
Elena Drobysheva, Anastasia Nemolyaeva, Elena
Ivasishina, Denis Karasev, Vladimir Gostyukhin, Lev
Durov
The movie authors combined the stories by N. Bunin with
the same heroes by giving them the clannish family name -
the Meshcherskys. Analyzed comprehensively in the
movie are the fates of family members and Nikoly
Platonov, the former general of the White Army.
Moscow Holidays**
1995, ordinary, colour, 2552 m, 93 min, co-production:
"Mavr", ROSKOMKINO
Script by Emil Braginsky
Directed by Alla Surikova
Camera by Vladimir Nakhabtsev
Art design by Victor Petrov
S t a r r i n g
Irina Seleznyova, Leonid Yarmolnik, Natalia
Gundareva, Oleg Tabakov, Leonid Yakubovich, Liya
Akhedzhakova, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Marina
Dyuzheva, Sergey Nikonenko, Mikhail Filippov,
Natalia Krachkovskaya, Lyudmila Ivanova
The fate brings Luchana Farini, a naive Italian who arrives
at Moscow to bury her grandma's favorite dog, together
with Grisha who supplements his salary by carrier's trade.
Together they spend four days and, probably, will be
together for the rest of their lives. This movie is about love
and the present-day Moscow.
Music for December**
1995, ordinary, colour, 2710 m, 99 min, co-production:
TOO "Cinema and video enterprise TsEKh" in
association with "Slovo"
Script by Ivan Dykhovichny
Marina Sheptunova
Directed by Ivan Dykhovichny
Camera by Sergey Kozlov
Music by Anton Batagov
Art design by Vladimir Aronin
S t a r r i n g
Elena Safonova, Grigory Glady, Natalia Zhukova,
Dmitry Dykhovichny, Nikolay Chindyaykin, Irina
Piganova, Vadim Stepanov
The movie is about the changes recently made in Russia
through the impressions of the hero who left the USSR ten
years ago and came back to the present Russia.
Lonely Player**
1995, ordinary, colour, 2649 m, 97 min, co-production:
TOO PK "Slovo", "Mavr"
Script by Eduard Volodarsky
Vladimir Basov Jr.
Olga Basova
Directed by Sergey Tkachenko
Camera by Vladimir Dashkevich
Art design by Oleg Bulakhov
S t a r r i n g
Valery Nikolaev, Andrey Sokolov, Olga Mashnaya,
Victor Kremlev, Vladimir Ilyin, Bogdan Stupka,
Alexey Gulkov, Anton Tabakov
Even a young gifted scientist is ready to sacrifice his
scientific career for his only passion - he gambles on races.
Having realized that he would never win by fair means he
buys necessary information by selling almost ready
dissertation to his talentless colleague. The imposture is
revealed and the hero fails to get the winnings even to his
home.
Heads and Tails**
1995, ordinary, colour, 2383 m, 87 min, co-production:
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"Rhythm", ROSKOMKINO, "Dialogue International"
Script by Georgy Danelia
Sergey Dernov
Directed by Georgy Danelia
Camera by Gennady Karyuk
Music by Georgy Kancheli
Art design by Yury Kladienko
S t a r r i n g
Kirill Pirogov, Polina Kutepova, Oleg Basilashvili,
Stanislav Govorukhin, Leonid Yarmolnik, Ivan
Ryzhov, Sergey Shvydkoy
Oleg, a young man, goes to the North nowadays in order to
earn some money for marriage and finds out that his bride
has married other man. Our hero breaks a safe, discontinue
his work and flies to Moscow. And heaven knows what he
is going to do there…
Play for a Passenger**
1995, ordinary, colour, 2810.9 m, 103 min, co-production:
"Ark-Film" ROSKOMKINO
Script by Alexander min.dadze
Directed by Vadim Abdrashitov
Camera by Yury Nevsky
Music by Viktor Lebedev
Art design by Alexander Tolkachyov
Vladimir Ermakov
S t a r r i n g
Igor Livanov, Irina Sidorova, Yury Belyaev, Sergey
Makovetsky, Nelli Selezneva, Ervant Arzumanyan,
Oksana Mysina, Lyubov Germanova
It happened so that some convict meets the judge who
framed him. Sense of injustice exists in the hero and
wakens revenge in his heart. For the sake of idea he is
ready to sacrifice his business, wife and friend. The
sophisticated game he started comes to a tragic end for him
and late recovery of sight for the judge.
Deadly Eggs**
1995, ordinary, colour, 3401.5 m, 124 min, co-production:
"Krug", "Ada-Film", "A&M Holding", "Trilobit"
(Czechia), "Barrandov", "Track Cinema"
Script by Sergey Lomkin
Vladimir Gurkin
Directed by Sergey Lomkin
Camera by Vladimir Kononenko
Music by Vladimir Dashkevich
Art design by Alexander Shchurikhin
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Yankovsky, Andrey Tolubeev, Nina Usatova,
Garik Sukachyov, Alexander Marin, Yury Sherstnev,
Victor Pavlov, Semyon Farada, Sergey Garmash,
Alexey Zharkov, Alexander Pashutin
After M. Bulgagakov's story of the same title. Chicken
pestilence has broken out in the country. The authorities
decide to utilize the discovery of scientist Persikov
allowing the animated bodies to develop and grow
overwhelmingly fast. Alexander Rokk was put in charge
for the chicken stock replenishment operation and his
actions led to Moscow and the suburbs filled with swarms
of snakes and crocodiles. All inhabitants and even troops
rose to fight them.
Son for the Father**
1995, ordinary, colour, 2257 m, 82 min, co-production:
"Slovo", ROSKOMKINO, "Belarus-Film"
Script by Valentin Chernykh
Directed by Nikolay Eryomenko Jr.
Margarita Kasymova
Camera by Yury Elkhov
Music by Alexandra Pakhmutova
Art design by Alim Matveychuk
S t a r r i n g
Nikolay Eryomenko, Nikolay Eryomenko Jr., Irina
Feofanova, Vladimir Gostyukhin, Vera Alentova,
Albinos Kelyaris, Alexey Buldakov, Alexey Vanin
Alexander Nikolaevich and his son Victor, both the
physicians, managed to establish a state-of-the-art medical
center in Belarus. However the local Mafia wants to open a
night club inside the building of the center. Struggle starts.
The father and son with the help of an old friend give
Mafia armed rebuff and win.
Black Veil**
1995, ordinary, colour, 2797 m, 102 min, co-production:
"Rhythm", ROSKOMKINO
Script by Andrey Dmitriev
Stanislav Govorukhin
Alexander Proshkin
Directed by Alexander Proshkin
Camera by Boris Brozhovsky
Music by Eugeny Doga
Art design by Gavriil Popov
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Abdulov, Irina Metlitskaya, Irina
Rozanova, Natalia Petrova, Tatiana Vasileva, Sergey
Makovetsky, Vladimir Ilyin
The action takes place in Petersburg at the beginning of
the XX century. Andrey Rokshin, Uralian millionaire and
Maecenas, to whom a few women fates are connected to,
arrives to the city after ten years' absence. Suddenly
Rokshin is murdered in his home under unclear
circumstances. But the mysterious murder is not solved
immediately.
Shyrli-Myrli**
1995, ordinary, colour, 3917.5 m, 143 min, co-production:
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"TEPKOBANK"
Script by Vladimir Menshov
Vitaly Moskalenko
Andrey Samsonov
Directed by Vladimir Menshov
Camera by Vadim Alisov
Art design by Valery Filippov
S t a r r i n g
Valery Garkalin, Vera Alentova, Inna Churikova,
Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Igor Ugolnikov, Lyubov
Polishchuk, Leonid Kuravlyov, Nonna Mordyukova,
Alexander Voroshilo, Sergey Batalov, Rolan Bykov,
Oleg Tabakov, Oleg Efremov
The film is made as farce with elements of detective story,
melodrama and comedy and based on a story of twinbrothers
who never heard about each other but happened to
meet in Moscow nowadays. They are widely different
persons - Vassya Krolikov, a thief, Innokenty Shniperson,
a US citizen and musician, Roman Almazov, the Gipsy
baron, black Patrick Krolikow, a steward. Their
relationships form a lot of comic situations concerned
stolen large diamond.
1996
Ermak
1996, ordinary, colour, 3765.2 m, 137 min, (TV version
consists of 5 episodes, 7301 m, 266 min.), co-production:
"Zhanr", ROSKOMKINO
Script by Anatoly Ivanov
Vadim Trunin
Vladimir Krasnopolsky
Valery Uskov
Directed by Valery Uskov
Vladimir Krasnopolsky
Camera by Victor Yakushev
Alexander Ryabov
Music by Leonid Afanasev
Art design by Vladimir Donskov
S t a r r i n g
Victor Stepanov, Khodza Narliev, Nikita
Dzhigurda, Irina Alfyorova, Peter Velyaminov, Eugeny
Evstigneev, Alexey Kolesnik, Mikhail Zhigalov,
Alexandra Kolkunova, Nikolay Mikheev, Victor
Sergachyov, Takhir Matiullin, Sergey Fetisov, Sergey
Ivanov, Nikolay Sakharov
The second half of the XVI century. Ivan the Terrible,
tsar-despot, is in power. The main hero of film "Ermak" is
a real historical person and a man-myth. The Cossack
forces headed by Ermak marched to over the Uralian
mountains and that caused accession of Siberian territories
to Muscovy. Ermak's life in detail and his tragic love are
given against the backdrop of historical events.
The Kitten**
1996, ordinary, colour, 2293.5 m, 84 min, co-production:
"Krug", ROSKOMKINO
Script by Ivan Popov
in association with
Alexander Maryamov
Directed by Ivan Popov
Camera by Vladimir Fastenko
in association with
Sergey Litovets
Music by Mark min.kov
Art design by Irina Marts
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Kuznetsov with his cats, Lyudmila Arinina,
Alexey Voytyuk, Tatiana Grauz, Masha Popova,
Alexander Peskov, Igor Popov, Sasha Popov
A kitten was given as a birthday gift to a couple of
children and ever since lived in a musician's family
surrounded by everyone 's affection. Its disappearance
caused grief to the family. The kitten roams around the
city and finally makes its abode with a janitor who nestles
alley cats. After a scuffle with new Russians who wished
to obtain his house janitor Fedin was taken to hospital and
the cats started vagabonding. However, the film has happy
end: the kitten finds its former masters and the cats come
back to the janitor.
To Love as Rusians Do – 2**
1996, ordinary, colour, 2569 m, 94 min, co-production:
"Slovo" Ltd.
Script by Valentin Chernykh
Directed by Eugeny Matveev
Camera by Yury Lyubshin
Music by Vladimir Komarov
Art design by Denis Kladienko
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Matveev, Galina Polskikh, Larissa
Udovichenko, Nikita Dzhigurda, Olga Egorova,
Eugeny Zharikov, Oleg Ilyukhin, Alina Tarasova, Nina
Agalova
The sequel of film "To Love as Russians Do". After
cannon firing both heroes were clapped into prison where
they fought for the truth and their human and citizen
rights. They obtain freedom owing to their wives
selflessness and activity. Moreover the voters ask Mukhin
to run for region administration head.
Bon Ami of Long-Forgotten Years…**
1996, ordinary, colour, 2633.3 m, 96 min, co-production:
"Rhythm", ROSKOMKINO, AB "INKOMBANK"
Script by Samson Samsonov
Directed by Samson Samsonov
Camera by Vladimir Fridkin
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Music by Eugeny Doga
Art design by Peter Kiselyov
S t a r r i n g
Anna Tikhonova, Alexander Mikhaylov, Lyudmila
Titova, Stanislav Govorukhin, Vyacheslav Tikhonov,
Margarita Alexandrova
After A. Tolstoy's story "Lyubov". Maria is the wife of a
successful Petersburg official. She arrives in a quiet
Russian town and meets Egor, a provincial engineer. The
encounter of two kindred people originates incinerating
love.
The Pilots' Scientific Section **
1996, ordinary, colour, 3287 m, 117 min, co-production:
"Rhythm", IMPENDANS Ltd.
Script by Andry I
Directed by Andry I
Camera by Igor Klebanov
Music by Sergey Kuryokhin
Art design by Victor Petrov
Vladimir Gudilin
Sergey Gudilin
S t a r r i n g
Maria Tsaregradskaya, Victor Pavlov, Anatoly
Krupnov, Lidia Fedoseeva-Shukshina, Anna Semkina,
Andrey I, Alexander Khvan
Strange, heart-thrilling things happen in the Metro
subterranean, motormen are being mystically doomed. The
administration is daunted, the authorities are helpless. Fear
froze everybody. Only the Metro personnel are
imperturbable.
Hello, Boobies!**
1996, ordinary, colour, 3189.7 m, 116 min, co-production:
"Luch", ROSKOMKINO
Script by Alexey Timm
Eldar Ryazanov
Directed by Eldar Ryazanov
Camera by Pavel Lebeshev
Vladimir Nakhabtsev
Music by Andrey Petrov
Art design by Alexander Borisov
S t a r r i n g
Vyacheslav Polunin, Tatiana Drubich, Tatiana
Dogileva, Boris Sherbakov, Alexander Shirvindt,
Ruslan Akhmetov, Olga Volkova
Yury Kablukov, senior lecturer-philologist, had a nightmare from
his past life where he was French eye specialist Derulen who
worked in Moscow. As the revolution broke out he put his
honestly earned money and family jewels of his Russian wife
Polina into a hiding-place. And in his real life he gets acquainted
with bookseller Ksenia whose sight is badly failing. Two lonely
people set their hearts on each other but the dream came in
between them since the girl turned out to be a grand-daughter of
Derulen who really existed. The hypothetical incest becomes a
hindrance to their happiness.
Good-Bye, America!**
1996, ordinary, colour, 1995.8 m, 73 min.
Script by Alexander Dovzhenko
Vladimir Antropov
Rostislav Yurenev
Directed by Alexander Dovzhenko
Yulia Solntseva
Igor Bityukov
Camera by Yury Ekelchik
Boris Bondarenko
Art design by Semyon Mandel
S t a r r i n g
The movie is made to 100 anniversary of the
cinematography on the base of Alexander Dovzhenko's
unknown film, which has been in archive of the State Film
Fund for about fifty years. This is the last film of the
world-known master. It was screened in 1951 on the based
of a book by Anabella Byukar, an American embassy
officer who made sensational revelations of compatriotdiplomats'
activity. Dovzhenko took her book as a base for
his script and considerably expanded the theme.
1997
Return of the Armour-Clad**
1997, ordinary, colour, 4420.2 m, 161 min, co-production:
"Rhythm", ROSKOMKINO, the Gorky's Film Studio
Script by Alexey Kapler
Gennady Poloka
Vladimir Bragin
Directed by Gennady Poloka
Camera by Eugeny Davydov
Music by Veniamin Basner
Art design by Mikhail Shcheglov
S t a r r i n g
Mikhail Urzhumtsev, Lyudmila Potapova, Elena
Mayorova, Tatiana Vasileva, Vladimir Strezhakov,
Ivan Bortnik, Valentin Burov, Georgy Shtil, Armen
Dzhigarkhanyan, Boris Novikov, Boris Sokolov
A movie version of Alexey Kapler's story of the same title.
Tragicomical story tells us about a German volunteer who
participated in the Civil War in Russia in 1918 and stayed
there forever. The naive hero performs a lot of comic and
absurd actions. Among them are a marriage to a prostitute
in order to rectify her, a challenge to the local Mafia and,
finally, collision of principles with famous film director
Sergey Eisenstein that ends in the most sudden and fatal
way…
The Dancer's Time**
1997, ordinary, colour, 4475 m, 163 min, co-production:
"Ark-Film", ROSKOMKINO
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Script by Alexander min.dadze
Directed by Vadim Abdrashitov
Camera by Yury Nevsky
in association with
Anatoly Susekov
Music by Victor Lebedev
Art design by Alexander Tolkachyov
Vladimir Ermakov
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Egorov, Yury Stepanov, Sergey Garmash,
Chulpan Khamatova, Vera Voronkova, Zurab
Kipshidze, Svetlana Kopylova
The war is just over. Her participants, three friends, stay to
live on the land they fighted and occupy houses abandoned
by the masters. Valery's wife with father and children
arrive to him, Fidel finds his happiness by marrying a
nurse, Andrey, the third friend, comes to his comrades
with an ensemble Cossack singing and dancing. But the
heroes' lives are dramatic since the war does not simply
pass by…
Monday Children
1997, ordinary, colour, 2543.2 m, 93 min.
Script by Alexey Timm
Directed by Alla Surikova
Camera by Grigory Belenky
Music by Eugeny Krylatov
Art design by Vladimir Filippov
S t a r r i n g
Irina Rozanova, Igor Sklyar, Victor Pavlov, Sergey
Nikonenko, Tatiana Kravchenko, Alexey Zharkov,
Tatiana Dogileva, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Sergey
Gabrielyan
Dmitry Medyakin, the comedy hero, was going to marry
Lida, but her sister "abducted" him to Moscow almost
from the aisle. He managed to make his pile but being
drunken failed to pay his creditors in time. They wanted to
kill him but the bomb exploded right under a casual carhijacker.
The wife brought deafened Dmitry to her sister
house situated in a town near Moscow and left him there
with money suitcase. When Dmitry recovered himself and
saw his former bride he fell in love with her once again.
He decided to stay with her and begin a new life.
The Policemen and the Thieves
1997, ordinary, colour, 2751 m, 100 min.
Script by Georgy Nikolaev
Nikolay Dostal
Directed by Nikolay Dostal
Camera by Sergey Yurizditsky
Music by Alexander Belyaev
Art design by Valery Filippov
S t a r r i n g
Gennady Khazanov, Vyacheslav Nevinny, Elena
Tsyplakova, Eugenia Glushenko, Vladimir Zeldin,
Sergey Batalov, Robert Mekintayr, Gennady Nazarov
A remake of the famous Italian movie shot in 1951. The
policeman catches and the thief escapes. When a charming
rogue was trying to sell faked archaeological treasures to a
naive foreigner he did not know what he was doing. The
oversea guest turned out to be a director of a local
Russian-American macaroni plant. The outraged American
orders his guard to find the thief. The new-sprung
detective tries to get into confidence of his sacrifice's
family. The thief and policeman families become the best
friends.
1998
The Day of Full Moon
1998, ordinary, colour, 2541 m, 93 min, prod.: "Courier"
Script by Alexander Borodyansky
Karen Shakhnazarov
Directed by Karen Shakhnazarov
Camera by Gennady Karyuk
Music by Anatoly Kroll
Art design by Lyudmila Kusakova
S t a r r i n g
Anna Germ, Andrey Panin, Eugeny Stychkin, Elena
Koreneva, Valery Priyomykhov, Vladimir Ilyin, Valery
Storozhik, Galina Anisimova, Nadezhda Vasileva,
Mergen Gadanov, Vitya Dovgaev, Grisha Evseev,
Pasha Esenov, Vassily Zotov, Andrey Tsygankov,
Natalia Fateeva, Fyodor Sukhov, Eugeny Stychkin
The movie heroes - young khan and prosecutor's office
investigator, pilot-captain and his beautiful girlfriend who
have lunch in a Moscow restaurant in 1948, killer and his
sacrifice, Alexander Pushkin and Kalmuck girl the poet
met on his road to the Caucasus, a Moscow schoolboy who
reads about it in Pushkin's story "Travel to Arzum",
famous jazz musician and his former wife-singer, and
dozens of other people who have no foggiest idea about
each other's existence, live in different parts of the country
and even during various periods of time.
Who Else if not Us
1998, ordinary, colour, 2435 m, 89 min, prod.: "Courier"
Script by Valery Priyomykhov
Directed by Valery Priyomykhov
Camera by Alexander Nosovsky
Music by Vladimir Martynov
Art design by Vladimir Kirs
Mikhail Nizhinsky
S t a r r i n g
Eugeny Kraynov, Artur Smolyaninov, Valery
Priyomykhov, Tatiana Yakovenko, Tatiana Dogileva,
Albert Filozov
Teenagers surnamed Snake and Tolyasik rob a department
store at night in order to have a beautiful life. As a result
Tolyasik is taken to penal colony and Snake starts studying
in a college. The latter strikes up a friendship with adult
Gena whom he can rely upon just like on father. It might
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be so since the boy's mother get acquainted with Gena.
Love Is Cruel
1998, ordinary, colour, 2161 m, 79 min, prod.: "Zhanr"
Script by Vladimir Zaykin
Directed by Vladimir Zaykin
Camera by Yury Raysky
Music by Alexander Ivanov
Art design by Vladimir Donskov
S t a r r i n g
Ivan Parshin, Maxim Averin, Olga Sidorova,
Valentin Smirnitsky, Irina Muravyova, Larissa
Udovichenko, Stanislav Sadalsky, Raphael
Kotandzhyan
Eccentric comedy. Kostia Semyonov and Veronika love each
other. It comes to a moment when the bride should get
acquainted with the bridegroom's parents. Girl's unsuccessful
suitor Korabelnikov persuades her to check Semyonov's
feelings. Incarnation had a great appeal for the girl so she
agrees to "change" into a cow. When the bridegroom comes to
Veronika he sees a cow with a note on its horn saying "I am
your Veronika". Semyonov remains faithful to Veronika-cow
and his parents also do not like before to her. The feelings are
checked so Veronika looks herself again.
The Invisible Traveler
1998, ordinary, colour, 2380 m, 87 min, prod.: "Vremya"
Script by Igor Talankin
Directed by Igor Talankin
Dmitry Talankin
Camera by Leonid Kalashnikov
Music by Dmitry Talankin
Art design by Alexander Boym
S t a r r i n g
Alla Demidova, Vassily Lanovoy, Anatoly
Romashin, Georgy Zhzhenov, Vladimir Gostyukhin,
Sergey Artsybashev, Sergey Garmash
The movie tells us about a common legend about the last
days in power of Alexander I who suffers in his estate,
believes to be guilty of the death of the Emperor Pavel and
sees that all his good efforts do only harm to Russia. Being
in Taganrog, he sees the death of an old soldier. Their
resemblance inspires an idea to feint his own death, make
everyone believe he is the dead soldier and fulfill his old
dream - to shift off the Crown burden and dedicate oneself
to the God.
Greetings from Charley the Trumpeter
1998, ordinary, colour, 2025 m, 74 min, prod.: "Rhythm"
Script by Georgy Danelia
Sergey Dernov
Directed by Vladimir Grammatikov
Camera by Alexander Antipenko
Music by Vladimir Davydenko
Art design by Konstantin Zagorsky
S t a r r i n g
Alyosha Zotov, Valery Yaremenko, Irina Rozanova,
Yury Stepankov
The musical career of famous songster Andrey Ilyin
started in a little town of Tutaevsk. Several years passed
by and 11-year old Anton arrives to him in order to sing
his song to Andrey. But Ilyin always fails to hear him. It
soon transpires that the boy is his son, the song is not
written by Anton but the Mayor of the town, and it should
be sung live. And after that the children's home where the
boy lives will be filled with welfares. How one can behave
oneself under such circumstances! It transpires that Anton
is not Ilyin's son but their friendship remains.
The Judge in a Trap
1998, ordinary, video, colour, 2845 m, 104 min, prod.:
"Luch"
Script by Sergey Kolosov
Directed by Sergey Kolosov
Camera by Leonid Brozhovsky
Music by Alexey Kolosov
Art design by Mikhail Kartashov
S t a r r i n g
Lyudmila Kasatkina, Oleg Basilashvili, Elena
Zakharova, Victor Rakov, Timophey Fyodorov
A movie version of Genry Filding's comedy of the same
title. The action takes place in Great Britain in the
beginning of the XVIII century. Hilaret, a rich merchant's
daughter, escapes from his house to engage with her
sweet-heart in secret. But the young people lives are in
danger. The thievish min.ions of the law bring into play
threats, delations, perjury and bribery making a wrongful
accusation against the young people and holding them to
ransom. But at last the truth triumphs.
1999
The Quadrille
1999, ordinary, colour, 2353 m, 86 min, prod.: "Zhanr"
Script by Vladimir Gurkin
Victor Titov
Directed by Victor Titov
Camera by Valery Myulgaut
Art design by Vassily Shemyakin
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Tabakov, Stanislav Lyubshin, Lyubov
Polishchuk, Valentina Telichkina, Nina Usatova
Two families live in a village: Kolya Zvyagintsev with wife
Lida and his neighbor Sanya Arefev with wife Valya. The
men are over 60 year-old already but they behave as small
boys. They used to hoax and put everybody on. For instance,
neighbor Makeevna pilfered the Zvyagintsevs' bricks
secretly. Kolya decided to frighten the neighbor and
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everything ended so that the wives abused each other's
husband and hastily decided to swap their good-for-nothing
men. And after such a mess began…
Chinese Tea-Set
1999, ordinary, colour, 2681 m, 98 min, prod.: "Zhanr"
Script by Vitaly Moskalenko
Directed by Vitaly Moskalenko
Camera by Yury Nevsky
Music by Dmitry Smirnov
Art design by Svetlana Sosnina
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Yankovsky, Anna Samokhina, Sergey
Nikonenko, Sergey Bezrukov, Vladimir Menshov,
Sergey Gabrielyan
Eccentric comedy. 1913. Steamship "Svyatitel Nikolay"
moves towards Nizhny Novgorod from Tsaritsyno. Rich
merchant Frol Satanovsky plays poker with other
merchants and does not suspect that hardened card-sharps
sit around the table and the play is a well done
performance. Famous detective Myshko watches all of
them and manages to nip the gamble and apprehend
everybody but for the chief…
Flowers from Winners
1999, ordinary, colour, 2654 m, 97 min, prod.: "Krug"
Script by Alla Krinitsina
Directed by Alexander Surin
Camera by Tatiana Loginova
Music by Victor Lebedev
Art design by Leonid Sventsitsky
S t a r r i n g
Alexander Nosik, Alexey Kravchenko, Pavel
Safonov, Aurelia Anuzhite
The movie is based on the events of E.M. Remark's novel
"Three Comrades" transported to our days. Three friends -
Pashka, Seryoga and Roman surnamed Lyutik - run a small
auto repair shop and give their free time to old car races.
Having fought together in a "hot spot" the men almost do
not leave each other until Olga appears in the life of Lyutik.
He finds out that she incurably ill. But it is too late. At the
same time three friends have to fight against local neofascists.
But the forces are not equal, Lyutik looses both his
friends and the sweet-heart.
2001
Poisons or the world’s history of poisoning
2001, ordinary, colour, 2841 m,, prod.: "Mosfilm Cinema
Concern"
Script by Karen Shakhnazarov
Alexsander Borodyansky
Directed by Karen Shakhnazarov
Camera by Vladimir Klimov
Art design by Ludmila Kusakova
S t a r r i n g
Oleg Basilashvili, Ludmila Kasatkina, Ignat
Akrachkov, Zhanna Dudakova, Andrei Panin.
Could a theatre actor Oleg Volkov just imagine, when he saw at
the door of his flat his new neighbour Arnold Sharapov, that this
meeting will completely change his life, create a classic amorous
triangle and bring him to knowledge of the Rome Pope
Alexander YI Borgia, his son Cezare and his daughter Lukrezia,
Queen of France Catherine Medici, Nero and other distinctive
personalities?
Even for a moment he could not imagine such a thing.
Meanwhile that is what happened in a new comedy film by
Karen Shakhnazarov and more than this, Oleg, directed by a
friendly hand of a mysterious Mr. Prokhorov will soon follow
terrifying but tempting example of the world famous poisoners.
2002
The Star
2002, ordinary, colour, 2662 m,, 97 min, prod.: "Mosfilm
Cinema Concern"
Script by Evgeniy Grigoriev
Alexander Borodyansky
Directed by Nikolai Lebedev
Camera by Yuri Nevski
General Producer Karen Shakhnazarov
Art design by Ludmila Kusakova
S t a r r i n g
Igor Petrenko, Artem Semakin, Alexei Panin, Alexei
Kravchenko, Anatoly Guschin, Amadu Mamadakov, Yury
Laguta, Andrei Yegorov, Ekaterina Vulichenko
This film is a screen version of a novelette of the same by
Emmanuil Kazakevich.
The World War 11, 1944. The Star is a call-sign of a
reconnaissance detachment that went in the enemy rear. Their
task was to reveal plans of the German Army and to find out
dislocation of armored troops. At the cost of their lives soldiers
inform headquarters about forthcoming wide front attack. The
story is highly tense and dramatic, it makes us remember who
and at what price gained a victory in that war. Wonderful
producing, outstanding photography, shrilly and passionate music
submerge a spectator into the war atmosphere when each wrong
step can be fateful.
2004
The Rider Named Death
20024 ordinary, colour, 2911 m,, 106 min, prod.:
"Mosfilm Cinema Concern"
Script by Karen Shakhnazarov
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Alexander Borodyansky
Directed by Karen Shakhnazarov
Camera by Vladimir Klimov
Art design by Ludmila Kusakova
S t a r r i n g
Andrey Panin, Dmitry Dyuzhev, Artyom Semakin, Ksenia
Rappoport, Rostislav Berschauer, Anastasia Makeeva
In 1904 Russia is shocked by a series of cruel and cold-blooded
murders. Prominent government and military officials fell victim
to terrorists. Neither their high position, nor their security helped
them escape from bold criminals. Confident of their infallibility
and impunity, the terrorists started hunting the members of the
royal family.
The film is based on a novel “The Pale Horse” by B. Savinkov
(pen name V. Ropshin), a Russian political figure of the
beginning of the 20th century, who organized and took an active
part in the series of terror acts that convulsed Russia in early
1900’s. He was arrested in 1906 and was condemned to death,
but managed to escape from custody abroad. Since then Savinkov
performed subversive activities against Soviets till 1924, when he
was seized and imprisoned by Soviet government, where,
according to the official version, committed suicide in jail.
2008
‘THE VANISHED EMPIRE’
2008, ordinary, color, ‘Courier’ Studio, ‘Mosfilm’
Cinema Concern, 3001 m, 105 min
Script by: Sergey Rokotov with assistance of
Evgeny Nikishov
Directed by: Karen Shakhnazarov
Camera by: Shandor Berkeshi
Art-design by: Ludmila Kusakova
Music by: Konstantin Shevelev
Executive producer: Galina Shadur
Producer: Karen Shakhnazarov
Starring:
Alexander Lyapin, Lidia Milyuzina, Egor
Baranovsky, Ivan Jupreenko, Olga Tumaikina,
Armen Jigarkhanyan, Vladimir Ilyin and others.
The film's story takes place in Moscow in the
1970s. Its plot unfolds around the love triangle between
two young men and a girl who study at the same
university. They argue, make up, and face their first
disappointments and victories. While busy with personal
lives and loves, they miss foreseeing that the country in
which they were born and live will soon disappear from
the map.
"THE VANISHED EMPIRE" depicts the heyday of the
Soviet State at the peak of its power, which marks the
starting point of its collapse as well.
Karen Shakhnazarov's new and rather personal
film is a delicate study of this imminent and irrevocably
passing era.

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