Call number: DVD-5255


KHOTINENKO, Vladimir
Pop [The Priest]

Studiia Pravoslavnaia entsiklopediia, with the support of OAO Gazprom, Gruppa kompanii Renova, Ministerstvo kul´tury Rossiiskoi Federatsii, Fond podderzhki patrioticheskogo kino, 2009
General producer: Sergei Kravets
Producer: Nataliia Gostiushina
Executive producer: Vera Malysheva
Screenplay: Aleksandr Segen´, Vladimir Khotinenko, based on Segen´'s novel of the same name
Photography: Il´ia Demin
Producton design: Konstantin Mel´nikov, Ol´ga Osipova
Music: Aleksei Rybnikov

Fr Aleksandr Ionin 	                Sergei Makovetskii
Mother Alevtina Ionina	                Nina Usatova
Eva			                Liza Arzamasova
Aleksei Lugotintsev	                Kirill Pletnev
German Colonel Ivan Freihausen		Anatolii Lobotskii
Metropolitan Sergii Voskresenskii	Iurii Tsurilo
Masha	Toroptseva	                Viktoriia Romanenko
Vladykin, a police agent	        Stepan Morozov
Nikolai Toroptsev	                Gennadii Garbuk
Fr Georgii Benigsen	                Aleksandr Doronin
Moisei Suskin, Eva's father		Vadim Zhuk
Stepan		                        Nikolai Riabychin
Rozanov		                        Aleksandr Zav´ialov
Kostik Toroptsev	                Egor Shik
Timofeeva		                Anna Guliarenko
Accordion player	                Andrei Koloskov
Fugitive		                Iurii Bogdanov
Kolia Romanov	                        Danila Storokozhev
Tabak			                Innokentii Sichkar´
Partisan		                Natal´ia Voloshina
Hans			                Aleksei Senchilo
Kurt			                Andrei Popkov
Petrik, a police agent	                Sergei Barovskii 
Zhuravlev, a police agent 	        Iurii Garkavi
123 minutes
In Russian with optional English subtitles

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