Call number: DVD-723



URSULIAK, Sergei
Sochinenie ko Dniu Pobedy [Composition for Victory Day]

Kinostudiia Gor´kogo, Gosudarstvennyi Komitet Rossiiskoi Federatsii po kinematografii, 1998
Screenplay Gennadii Ostrovskii, Aleksei Zernov
Photography Misha Suslov
Production design Iurii Zelenov
Music Mikael Tariverdiev, arranged by Sergei Rudnitskii
Song by Mikael Tariverdiev to the poem by Mikhail Svetlov 'Vyidi zamuzh za starika' sung by Mikael Tariverdiev; song by David Tukhmanov to the poem by Vladimir Kharitonov 'Den´ Pobedy' sung by Lev Leshchenko
Ivan D´iakov			Mikhail Ul´ianov
Sonia, D´iakov's daughter	Lika Nifontova
Dmitrii Kilovatov		Oleg Efremov
Lev Morgulis			Viacheslav Tikhonov
Sasha, Morgulis's son  		Vladimir Mashkov
Ninka				Zinaida Sharko
Stepaniuk			Vladimir Kashpur
Zviagin				Vladimir Il´in
Chichevikin			Sergei Makovetskii
General				Vladimir Men´shov
Vova, a policeman		Gennadii Nazarov
Police captain			Sergei Batalov
Nechiporenko			Sergei Nikonenko
With:				Aleksandr Sirin, Sergei Stepanchenko,
				Anatolii Solov´ev, Igor´ Zolotovitskii,
				Valentin Kazachkov, Andrei Shirvindt,
				Vladimir Bol´shov
107 minutes
In Russian with optional subtitles

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio Standard
Languages Menu languages: Russian, English, French
Optional English and French dubbed versions
Optional subtitles in Russian, English, French, Spanish, Italian and German
Features Interview with the director, Sergei Ursuliak, 10 minutes, in Russian with optional Russian, English, French, Spanish, Italian and German subtitles
Interview with the actor Mikhail Ul´ianov, 5½ minutes, in Russian with optional Russian, English, French, Spanish, Italian and German subtitles
Interview with the widow of the composer Mikael Tariverdiev, 7 minutes, in Russian with optional Russian, English, French, Spanish, Italian and German subtitles
Biographies and filmographies for the director, Sergei Ursuliak, the scriptwriters Gennadii Ostrovskii and Aleksei Zernov, the director of photography, Misha Suslov, the composer, Mikael Tariverdiev, and the actors Oleg Efremov, Viacheslav Tikhonov, Mikhail Ul´ianov, Vladimir Mashkov and Vladimir Il´in
Album of photos
Source Ruscico

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