Call number: DVD-5631


RAIZMAN, Iulii
Strannaia zhenshchina [A Strange Woman]

Mosfil´m, Tret´e tvorcheskoe ob´´edinenie, 1977; released 11 September 1978
Screenplay: Evgenii Gabrilovich, Iulii Raizman
Photography: Naum Ardashnikov
Production design: Gennadii Miasnikov
Music: Roman Ledenev

Evgeniia Mikhailovna Sheveleva	        Irina Kupchenko
Andrei Shevelev, her husband	        Iurii Podsolonko
Nikolai Andrianov			Vasilii Lanovoi
Iura Agapov				Oleg Vavilov
Evgeniia's mother			Antonina Bogdanova
Tamara, her sister			Tat´iana Govorova
Volodia, her son			Valerii Todorovskii
Viktoriia Anatol´evna (Vika)	        Svetlana Korkoshko
Andrei's friend			        Mikhail Bovin
Factory lawyer			        Stepan Bubnov
Nikolai Il´ich				Vadim Grachev		
Liubov´ Fedoseevna, Andrei's mother	Vera Eniutina
Khmel´kov				Aleksandr Korzhenkov
Nadia					Elena Kornilova
Selezneva				Tat´iana Kuznetsova
Stepan Kuz´mich			        Iurii Mazhuga
Sasha					Daniil Netrebin
Man causing scandal in station buffet	Boris Novikov
GDR Representative			Dietmar Richter
Vadim					Vladimir Firsov
Ivan Kapitonovich			Ian Ianakiev
139 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio 4:3
Languages No subtitles
Features Chapter selection
Source Krupnyi plan. Otechestvennoe kino XX veka

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