Call number: DVD-3774


OSTROVSKII, Vadim
Sdelano v SSSR [Made in the USSR]

Gruppa kompanii WeiT Media, for Kompaniia Vsemirnye russkie studii, 2011; Russian premiere 12 September 2011, Rossiia-1
Producers: Dmitrii Meskhiev, Andrei Smirnov, Iurii Sapronov, Timur Vainshtein
Executive producer: Ol´ga Kostina
Leading producer: Evgeniia Tsitsina
Co-producers: Galina Ivkina, Eva Lein, Roman Elistratov, Iuliia Sumacheva
Screenplay: Vadim Zobin, Andrei Berezhanskii
Photography: Ivan Pomorin
Production design: Sergei Filenko, Iurii Konstantinov
Music: Ivan Burliaev

Ivan Grigor´evich Shishov		     Boris Galkin
Mariia Vasil´evna Shishova		     Nina Usatova
Grigorii Shishov			     Dmitrii Orlov
Andrei Shishov			             Ivan Zhidkov	
Tat´iana Shishova			     Mariia Shukshina
Dr Vladimir Fertman, 
Tat´iana Shishova's husband	             Daniil Spivakovskii
Iura Fertman, their son		             Aleksandr Zel´skii
Nikolai Petrovich Vetrov		     Konstantin Lavronenko
Rita Vetrova, his wife		             Anna Ianovskaia
Liza Vetrova				     Agniia Kuznetsova
Anna, a doctor			             Anna Nosatova
Lena Svirskaia			             Liudmila Svitova
Mikhail 				     Anatolii Gushchin
Marina					     Aleksandra Tiuftei
Ekaterina				     Elena Dudina
Savelii Pavlovich			     Iurii Kuznetsov
Gosha Mikheev			             Nikolai Ivanov
Sergei Ismailov			             Ramis Ibragimov
Vasia, Katia's son			     Mikhail Prots´ko
Petr Egorov, 
Central Committee Secretary	             Anatolii Kotenev
Central Committee Instructor	             Andrei Lebedev
Gorlov					     Aleksandr Pechenin
Karavaev				     Denis Bondarkov
Professor Boleslav Stankevich	             Mikhail Chigarev
Aleksandr Kuz´mich, a surgeon	             Vladimir Nosik
Police Captain at passport office	     Timur Savin
Aleksei Perfil´ev			     Al´bert Filozov
Vitalii Petrovich			     Viralii Vashedskii
Armen Melikian			             Ervand Arzumanian
General Trofim Dubrovin		             Valerii Afanas´ev
Arsen´eva				     Elena Gol´ianova
Gennadii Alekseenko		             Vladimir Tolokonnikov
KGB Major Valentin Dubinin	             Mikhail Slesarev
Vasilii					     Mikhail Negin
Valerii Pisarenko			     Oleg Kharitonov
Ross, a military agent		             Dmitrii Frid
Thomas Stenson, a BBC correspondent	     Aleksandr Farber
Vladimir Iakovlevich		             Evgenii Krylov
Vasia					     Egor Kleimenov
Kostia Sokolov			             Artem Fedotov
Head of Regional Trade Office	             Andrei Kostiakin
The Egorovs' governess		             Anna Glaskova
Professor Gennadii Borovikov	             Nikolai Denisov
Mokeev, 
doctor in charge of the psychiatric hospital Vitalii Koniaev
Savelii Petrovich			     Vladimir Antonik
Natal´ia Nikolaevna			     Ol´ga Iurasova
Nadezhda				     Ol´ga Demidova
Provatorov				     Konstantin Glushkov
Grannie Katia			             Ol´ga Kalmykova
Sof´ia Solomonovna			     Ela San´ko
Head of First Section		             Sergei Kholmogorov
Liudmila, Egorov's wife		             Natal´ia Tret´iakova
Liver					     Viktor Solov´ev
Aleksandr Levashov			     Aleksandr Nikulin
Instructor of Party Committee	             Sergei Klimov
Customer				     Lesia Kudriashova
Policeman on duty			     Gennadii Matveev
Chekist				             Viktor Falaleev
KGB General				     Vladimir Sidorov
Oleg, a cardiologist		             Sergei Afanas´ev
Leonid					     Anton El´darov
Iakov, Chairman of the Kolkhoz	             Iurii Loparev
New KGB General			             Iurii Osipov
Chairwoman of meeting		             Ol´ga Matushkina
Zavarzina, NII worker		             Elena Mel´nikova
Dean					     Vladimir Nikolenko
Doctor from the psychiatric hospital	     Valentina Kareva
Iurii Vital´evich, a doctor		     Valerii Troshin
Total running time: 685 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

On 3 DVDs

This is DVD 1, containing episodes 1-5, 221 minutes

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio 2.35:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
Languages No subtitles
Features Episode and chapter selection
Source WeiT Media

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