Call number: DVD-447


CHUKHRAI, Pavel
Voditel´ dlia Very [A Driver for Vera]

Pervyi kanal, Prodiuserskaia firma Igoria Tolstunova, Telekanal 1+1 (Ukraine), with the support of the Sluzhba kinematografii Ministerstva kul´tury Rossiiskoi Federatsii, 2004
General producer Igor´ Tolstunov, Aleksandr Rodnianskii
Producer Mikhail Zil´berman
Screenplay Pavel Chukhrai
Photography Igor´ Klebanov
Production Design Ol´ga Kravchenia
Music Eduard Artem´ev
Viktor 				Igor´ Petrenko
Vera 				Alena Babenko
General Serov			Bogdan Stupka
Adjutant Savel´ev		Andrei Panin
The maid, Lida			Ekaterina Iudina
Zinaida				Marina Golub
General Klimenko		Valerii Barinov
Anzhela				Natal´ia Gudkova
Redhead				Alisa Grebenshchikova
Rojes				Dmitrii Vysotskii
Nanny				Natal´ia Gorshkova
First investigator		Aleksei Zelenskii
Doctor at regional hospital	Aleksandr Mezentsev
Gynaecologist			Vladimir Koval´
Second investigator		Sergei Udovik
Pathologist			Aleksandr Shavrin
Adjutant			Oleg Lopukhov
Head of disinfectors		Aleksandr Fastovskii
111 minutes
In Russian with optional Russian and English subtitles

DVD
Region code 5
Aspect ratio 16:9
Languages Optional Russian and English subtitles
Features Film about the film with commentary by the filmmakers, 16 minutes, in Russian without subtitles
Biographies and filmographies for the actors Igor´ Petrenko, Alena Babenko, Bogdan Stupka, Andrei Panin and Ekaterina Iudina, the director and scriptwriter, Pavel Chukhrai, the producers Igor´ Tolstunov and Aleksandr Rodnianskii, the director of photography, Igor´ Klebanov and the production designer Ol´ga Kravchenia
The filmmakers about the film (text, in Russian, the views of Pavel Chukhrai, Bogdan Stupka, Igor´ Petrenko, Alena Babenko, Ol´ga Kravchenia and Igor´ Klebanov)
'Kak snimalsia "Voditel´ dlia Very"' (text, in Russian)
Source Pervaia videokompaniia

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