Call number: DVD-349


VASIL´EV, Gennadii
Vasilii Buslaev

Tsentral´naia kinostudiia detskikh i iunosheskikh fil´mov imeni M Gor´kogo, Tret´e tvorcheskoe ob´´edinenie, 1982; released 3 January 1983
Screenplay Sergei Narovchatov, Boris Shustrov, with Gennadii Vasil´ev, based on the poem of the same name by Sergei Narovchatov
Photography Aleksandr Garibian
Production design Anatolii Kochurov
Music Aleksei Rybnikov

Vasilii Buslaev 		Dmitrii Zolotukhin
His mother			Liudmila Khitiaeva
Kseniia				Irina Alferova
Kostia Novotorzhanin     	Dmitrii Matveev
Potania				Aleksei Zaitsev
Andron Mnogoletishche		Dmitrii Orlovskii
Fil´ka				Valerii Nosik
Mar´ia				N. Chernopiatova
Okulov				Andrei Martynov
Okulikha			Natal´ia Krachkovskaia
Elistrat			Mikhail Rozanov
Agniia				Liubov´ Rudenko
Gavrila				Mikhail Kokshenov
Dormidont			V. Sergeenko
Demidych			V. Lazarev
Ankundim			Nikolai Pogodin
Emperor				B. Zhadanovskii
Empress				Matliuba Alimova
Courtier			I. Kashintsev
Sorochin			B. Mulaev
Karla				N. Timofeev
Overseer			Kh. Dobagov
77 minutes
In Russian with optional dubbed versions and subtitles

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio 1.85:1 Widescreen
Languages Menu languages: Russian, English and French
Optional English, French and Bulgarian dubbed versions
Optional subtitles in Russian, English, French, German, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Swedish, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic and Hebrew
Features Interview with the director of photography, Aleksandr Garibian, in Russian, 12½ minutes, in Russian with optional English, French, Spanish and Italian subtitles.
Biographies and filmographies for the director, Gennadii Vasil ´ev, the director of photography, Aleksandr Garibian, the scriptwriters, Sergei Narovchatov and Boris Shustrov, the production designer, Anatolii Kochurov, the composer, Aleksei Rybnikov, and the actors Natal´ia Krachkovskaia, Mikhail Kokshenov, Liudmila Khitiaeva, Irina Alferova, Dmitrii Zolotukhin and Valerii Nosik
Album of photos
Source Ruscico

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