Call number: DVD-1181



LUNGIN, Pavel
Delo o "Mertvykh dushakh". Fantaziia po proizvedeniiam N.V. Gogolia [The Case of the "Dead Souls". A Fantasy on the Works of Nikolai Gogol´]

Telekompaniia NTV, Studiia Pavla Lungina, 2005
Producer Ol´ga Vasil´eva
Line producer Sergei Nikol´skii
Producers for NTV Arkadii Tsimbler, Sergei Skvortsov
General producer Pavel Lungin
Screenplay Iurii Arabov, Pavel Lungin, based on works by Nikolai Gogol´
Photography Sergei Astakhov
Production Design Grigorii Shirokov
Music Aleksei Rybnikov
Shiller					Pavel Derevianko
Chichikov				Konstantin Khabenskii
Skvoznik-Dmukhanovskii, the Governor	Sergei Garmash
Anna Andreevna				Nina Usatova
Mar´ia Antonovna			Inga Oboldina
The prosecutor				Viktor Abrosimov
Liapkin-Tiapkin, the judge		Aleksandr Il´in
Zemlianika, the trustee of the 
  charitable institutions		Iurii Nifontov
Shpekin, the postmaster			Roman Madianov
Svistunov				Sergei Serov
Bobchinskii				Daniil Spivakovskii
Dobchinskii 				Ivan Agapov
Dubel´t					Viktor Verzhbitskii
Housekeeper				Anna Ardova
Kopeikin				Petr Soldatov
Non-commissioned officer's widow	Elena Novikova
Manilov					Pavel Liubimtsev
Manilova, Elizaveta Petrovna		Evgeniia Dmitrieva
Benkendorf				Vladimir Simonov
Owner of the inn			Mikhail Tserishenko
Korobochka				Elena Galibina
Pul´kheriia Ivanovna			Galina Petrova
Afanasii Ivanovich			Vladimir Sal´nikov
Fr Foma					Andrei Bronnikov
Pliushkin				Leonid Iarmol´nik
Sobakevich				Aleksandr Semchev
Nozdrev					Aleksandr Abdulov
Petrusha				Konstantin Vorob´ev
366 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

On 4 DVDs

DVD This is DVD 1, which contains Parts 1 and 2, 45 + 47 = 92 minutes
Region code 5
Aspect ratio 4:3 Full screen
Languages No subtitles
Features Trailer 'Reportazhi so s´´emochnoi ploshchadki' (5 reports, in Russian without subtitles)
Filmographies for the director, Pavel Lungin, and the actors Stanislav Liubshin, Nina Usatova, Sergei Garmash, Leonid Iarmol´nik and Aleksandr Abdulov
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