Call number: DVD-143


ZARKHI, Aleksandr
Anna Karenina

Mosfil´m, 1967, released 6 November 1967
Screenplay Vasilii Katanian and Aleksandr Zarkhi, from the novel by Lev Tolstoi
Photography Leonid Kalashnikov
Design Aleksandr Borisov, Iurii Kladienko
Music Rodion Shchedrin

Anna Karenina		Tat´iana Samoilova
Karenin			Nikolai Gritsenko
Vronskii		Vasilii Lanovoi
Stiva Oblonskii		Iurii Iakovlev
Levin			Boris Goldaev
Kiti			Anastasiia Vertinskaia
Dolli			Iia Savvina
Princess Betsi		Maia Plisetskaia
Lidiia Ivanovna		Lidiia Sukharevskaia
Princess Miagkaia	Elena Tiapkina
Countess Vronskaia 	Sof´ia Piliavskaia
Lawyer			A. Tutyshkin
Serezha			Vasia Sakhnovskii
136 minutes
In Russian with optional dubbed versions and subtitles
2 DVDs
Disc 2: 64 minutes

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio Widescreen 16:9
Languages Menu languages: Russian, English and French
Optional English and French dubbed versions. Arabic voiceover version.
Optional subtitles in Russian, English, French, German, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Swedish, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic and Hebrew.
Features Materials on the director, Aleksandr Zarkhi, 2 minutes, in Russian, with optional subtitles in English, French, Dutch, Spanish or Italian.
Interview with the actress Tat´iana Samoilova, 9 minutes, in Russian, with optional subtitles in English, French, Dutch, Spanish or Italian.
Interview with the actor Vasilii Lanovoi, 12 minutes, in Russian, with optional subtitles in English, French, Dutch, Spanish or Italian.
Interview with the actor Iurii Iakovlev, 9 minutes, in Russian, with optional subtitles in English, French, Dutch, Spanish or Italian.
Interview with the actor Boris Goldaev, 12 minutes, in Russian, with optional subtitles in English, French, Dutch, Spanish or Italian.
Filmography of the ballerina Maia Plisetskaia, who plays Princess Betsi in the film, which leads to 10 minutes of archival material in Russian, with optional subtitles in English, French, Dutch, Spanish or Italian; filmographies of the actors Vasilii Lanovoi, Iurii Iakovlev, Iia Savvina and Boris Goldaev.
Photoalbum.
Source Ruscico


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