Call number: DVD-4801


TARKOVSKII, Andrei
Andrei Rublev (Strasti po Andreiu) [The Passion According to Andrew]

Mosfil´m, Tvorcheskoe ob´´edinenie pisatelei i kinorabotnikov, 1964-1966; released 24 December 1971
Screenplay: Andrei Mikhalkov-Konchalovskii, Andrei Tarkovskii
Photography: Vadim Iusov
Production design: Evgenii Cherniaev, with the participation of Ippolit Novoderezhkin and Sergei Voronkov
Music: Viacheslav Ovchinnikov

Andrei Rublev				Anatolii Solonitsyn
Kirill					Ivan Lapikov
Daniil Chernyi				Nikolai Grin´ko
Feofan Grek				Nikolai Sergeev
Deaf-mute girl				Irma Raush-Tarkovskaia
Boriska					Nikolai Burliaev
Grand Duke/ His brother  		Iurii Nazarov
Skomorokh				Rolan Bykov
Patrikei				Iurii Nikulin
Sotnik					Nikolai Grabbe
Foma					Mikhail Kononov
Bell founder				Stepan Krylov
Tatar khan				Bolot Beishenaliev
Sergei					Volodia Titov
Mary Magdalene				Irina Miroshnichenko
Abbot of monastery			Nikolai Kutuzov
Marfa					Nelli Snegina
Andreika				Slava Tsarev
Aleksei					Anatolii Obukhov
Sergei					Volodia Titov
Efim					Nikolai Glazkov
Owner of hut				Semen Bardin
Monk					Vladimir Vasil´ev
Mariia					Zinaida Vorkul´
Stepan					Aleksandr Titov
Mitiai the stutterer			Viktor Volkov
Mary Madalene				Irina Miroshnichenko
The Mother of Jesus			Tamara Ogorodnikova
Bather					Natal´ia Radolitskaia
Old craftsman				Dmitrii Orlovskii
Christ					Igor´ Donskoi
Head of the Grand Prince's Druzhina	Georgii Sochevko
Tatar					Asanbek Umuraliev
Andreika				Viacheslav Tsarev
Peasant in hut				Ivan Turchenkov
183 minutes
In Russian, Italian and Tatar with optional English subtitles

On 2 Blu ray discs

This is Blu ray disc 1, containing the film

Blu ray disc
Region code B
Aspect ratio 2.35:1
Languages Optional English subtitles
Features Restored in 2004
36-page Booklet
Source Curzon Artificial Eye

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