Call number: DVD-197


LUNGIN, Pavel
Oligarkh [The Oligarch]

Magnat, Gruppa kompanii SR, SDR (France), STV, with the support of the Sluzhba kinematografii Ministerstva kul´tury Rossiiskoi Federatsii, 2002
Producers: Vladimir Grigor´ev, Sergei Sel´ianov, Catherine Dussart, Galina Sementsova, based on Iulii Dubov's novel Bol´shaia paika
Screenplay: Aleksandr Borodianskii, Pavel Lungin, Iulii Dubov
Photography: Oleg Dobronravov, with Aleksei Fedorov
Design: Igor´ Frolov, with Vladimir Filimonov
Music: Leonid Desiatnikov and the songs 'Novye russkie', by Villi Tokarev, 'Lenin vsegda zhivoi', 'Uvezu tebia ia v tundru', 'Pesnia o trevozhnoi molodosti'

Platon Makovskii		Vladimir Mashkov
Mariia				Mariia Mironova
Shmakov				Andrei Krasko
Larri				Levani Uchaneishvili
Mark				Mikhail Vasserbaum
Viktor				Sergei Iushkevich
Nina				Natal´ia Koliakanova
Koretskii			Aleksandr Baluev
Lomov				Vladimir Gusev
Belen´kii			Vladimir Steklov
Koshkin				Marat Basharov
Papa 				Grisha Sal´nikov
Akhmed				Vladimir Golovin
Ship's Captain			Vladimir Kashpur
Journalist			Anna Churina
Boss				Konstantin Berlikov
Rogov				Vladimir Semago
Bentsion Lazarevich		Iurii Vaksman
Rudenko				Vladimir Frolov
Man in grey			Vladimir Shul´ga
Sportsman			Andrei Tikhomirov
Train conductor			Mariia Kuznetsova
Special guests of the film	Villi Tokarev, Leon Izmailov
Hubert				Pierre Brochet
Barman				Leonid Timtsunik
Gérard				Stepan Al´bins 

123 minutes
In Russian with optional Russian subtitles

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio 1.85:1
Languages Optional Russian subtitles
Features Film about the making of the film, STV, 2002, 31 minutes, in Russian, without subtitles.
Biographies and filmographies of the director, Pavel Lungin, and the actors Vladimir Mashkov, Mariia Mironova, Aleksandr Baluev, Vladimir Steklov and Marat Basharov
Source Premier Digital

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