Call number: DVD-2722



SHVEITSER, Mikhail
Mertvye dushi [Dead Souls]

Mosfil´m, Tvorcheskoe ob´´edinenie televizionnykh fil´mov, po zakazu Gosudarstvennogo komiteta SSSR po televideniiu i radioveshchaniiu, 1984
Co-director: Sof´ia Mil´kina
Screenplay: Mikhail Shveitser, from the novel by Nikolai Gogol´
Photography: Dil´shat Fatkhulin
Production design: Igor´ Lemeshev, Vladimir Fabrikov
Music: Al´fred Shnitke
Sound: Vladimir Krachkovskii
Literary consultant: V. Turbin
The author			Aleksandr Trofimov
Chichikov			Aleksandr Kaliagin
Manilov				Iurii Bogatyrev
Manilova			Larisa Udovichenko
Korobochka			Tamara Nosova
Nozdrev				Vitalii Shapovalov
Sobakevich			Viacheslav Nevinnyi
Pliushkin			Innokentii Smoktunovskii
Selifan				Aleksei Zaitsev
Head of the Chamber		Vsevolod Sanaev
Governor			Viktor Shuliakovskii
Prosecutor			Aleksei Safonov
Governor's wife			Inna Makarova
Postmaster AND Captain Kopeikin	Valerii Zolotukhin
Chief of Police			Iurii Volyntsev
Inspector of the medical board	Igor´ Kashintsev
Town architect			Evgenii Danchevskii
Servant at the inn		Stanislav Khitrov
Chichikov's father		Konstantin Zheldin
Petrushka			Vladimir Steklov
Simply Pleasant Lady		Lidiia Fedoseeva-Shukshina
Lady Pleasant in All Respects	Inna Churikova
Sobakevich's wife		Elizaveta Nikishchikhina
Mizhuev, the brother-in-law	Viktor Sergachev
Fetin´ia			Tat´iana Gavrilova
Governor's daughter		Irina Malysheva
Mikhei				Valerii Malyshev
Mavra				Mariia Vinogradova
Stepan Probka			Sergei Skripkin
Chichikov's teacher		Vladimir Sez
Popov				Nikolai Kochegarov
Policeman			Valerii Malyshev
Pelageia			Vika Miatishkina
Officials' wives		Inna Vykhodtseva, Viktoriia Dukhina, Liliia Makeeva, Ol´ga Tokareva
Total running time: 386 minutes
In Russian with optional Russian subtitles

On 3 DVDs

This is DVD 1, containing Parts 1 and 2, 69 + 79 minutes

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio 4:3
Languages Optional Russian subtitles
Features Full restoration of sound and image
Source Krupnyi plan


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