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Vor - The Thief - El ladron Ver Online (Russian: Вор, Vor)


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Título V.O.: Vor
Año de producción: 1997
Sinopsis
Otoño de 1952, Sanya, de seis años de edad, y su joven madre Katya se dirigen en tren a través de la fría y hambrienta Rusia que todavía lucha para recobrarse de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Como muchos otros en la Europa de postguerra, esta joven viuda y su niño sin padre se esfuerzan para tener por lo menos una vida aceptable, que para ellos significa buscar abrigo y pan para comer. Un apuesto y joven oficial uniformado llamado Tolyan se sube al tren en una de las estaciones, e inmediatamente se siente atraído por Katya. Temprano en la mañana los tres se bajan en un pequeño pueblo provincial donde alquilan un cuarto en un piso comunal lleno de vecinos. Viven como una familia, Tolyan ama a Katya y le ordena a Sonya que lo llame "papá". El niño no lo puede hacer ya que todo el tiempo permanece pensando en su verdadero padre. Pero un día toda la verdad sale a la luz... (FILMAFFINITY)Premios
1997: Nominada al Oscar: Mejor película de habla no inglesa
1997: Nominada al Globo de Oro: Mejor película de habla no inglesa
1997: Venecia: Premio Internacional del Jurado de la juventud. 4 nominaciones
1997: Nominada al Goya: Mejor película europea
Críticas
"Una de las miradas más penetrantes y complejas sobre la misteriosa infancia"
Carlos Boyero: Diario El Mundo crítica positiva

"Excelente reparto, formado por el "Clark Gable" ruso, la bella Yekatina y el prodigioso niño Misha"
Ramón F. Reboiras: Cinemanía crítica positiva

"Sangrante, divertido, evocador y compacto relato (...) Siniestra y lúcida metáfora"
Luis Martínez: Diario El País crítica positiva
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The Thief (Russian: Вор, Vor) is a 1997 Russian drama film written and directed by Pavel Chukhrai. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and won the Nika Award for Best Picture and Best Directing. Also winner of the International Youth Jury's prize, the President of the Italian Senate's Gold Medal, and the UNICEF Award at the 1997 Venice Film Festival.
The film is about a young woman, Katya (Yekaterina Rednikova), and her son Sanya (Misha Philipchuk) who in 1946 meet a veteran Soviet officer named Tolyan (Vladimir Mashkov). Katya falls in love with Tolyan, who turns out to be a professional criminal, but who also becomes a father figure to Sanya.
Katya, a poor and desperate widow, and her young son Sanya try to survive in the post-World War II Soviet Union during the late 1940s through the early 1950s. While on a train, the two meet a handsome, rakish officer, Tolyan, who seduces the mother. Katya stays with Tolyan, who pretends to be her husband and acts as a stepfather to Sanya, who is at first highly distrustful of the man, resenting his presence and authority. There are several allusions to Hamlet.
Through his good looks, apparent generosity, and his status as a war veteran, Tolyan charms his way into a variety of lucrative positions. Katya and Sanya both realize the harsh and increasingly abusive nature of the new head of their family, but, although alarmed, neither mother nor child seems willing to leave the man. The extent of Tolyan's love for his new family remains ambiguous throughout the film and provides one of the more compelling elements of the story.
Vladimir Mashkov as Tolyan
Yekaterina Rednikova as Katya
Misha Philipchuk as Sanya (as Misha Filipchuk)
Amaliya Mordvinova as doctor's qife
Lidiya Savchenko as Baba Tanya
Yuliya Artamonova as engineer's wife
Yuri Belyayev as Sanya (at 48 years old)
Dmitri Chigaryov as Sanya (at 12 years old)
Sozvezdie 1997: Best Actor - Vladimir Mashkov
Venice Film Festival 1997: Prize of the International Youth Jury - Pavel Chukhrai
President of the Italian Senate's Gold Medal - Pavel Chukhrai
UNICEF Award - Pavel Chukhrai
Open CIS and Baltik Film Festival 1997: Best Actor - Vladimir Mashkov
Best Director - Pavel Chukhrai
Prize of the Distributors Jury - Pavel Chukhrai
Nika Awards 1998: Best Actor - Vladimir Mashkov
Best Actress - Ekaterina Rednikova
Best Director - Pavel Chukhrai
Best Film - Pavel Chukhraj and Igor Tolstunov
Best Music - Vladimir Dashkevich
Young Artist Award 1998: Best Young Performer in a Foreign Film - Misha Philipchuk

Nominated[edit source]
Venice Film Festival 1997: Golden Lion - Pavel Chukhrai
European Film Awards 1997: Best Film - Igor Tolstunov
Golden Globe Award Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film - Russia
Academy Award 1998: Oscar Award for Best Foreign Language Film - Russia
Nika Awards 1998: Best Cinematographer - Vladimir Klimov
Best Costume Designer - Natalya Moneva
Best Production Designer - Viktor Petrov
Best Screenplay - Pavel Chukhrai
Best Sound - Yuliya Yegorova
Goya Awards 1999: Best European Film - Pavel Chukhrai

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