Call number: DVD-717



SUKACHEV, Garik [Igor´]
Prazdnik [The Birthday]

Studiia "38-42", Tsentral´naia kinostudiia detskikh i iunosheskikh fil´mov imeni M. Gor´kogo, 2000
Producers Igor´ Sukachev, Vladimir Repnikov, Vladimir Grammatikov
Screenplay Ivan Okhlobystin, Igor´ Sukachev, from an original idea by Igor´ Sukachev
Photography Aleksei Sechenov
Production design Konstantin Zagorskii
Music Petr Todorovskii
Musical producer Igor´ Sukachev
Music arranged by Igor´ Sukachev and Rushan Aiupov
Music performed by Neprikasaemye
Nastia			Masha Oamer
Elisei			Aleksandr Baluev
Lena			Kseniia Kachalina
Genka			Sasha Korolev
Uncle Sasha		Sergei Batalov
Auntie Tamara		Ol´ga Blok-Mirimskaia
Dziuba			Mikhail Efremov
Semen Ivanovich		Nikolai Pastukhov
Granddad Kolia		Vadim Aleksandrov
Matchmaker		Viktor Bortsov
Grannie Ulia		Galina Stakhanova
Ravinovich		Rushan Aiupov
Grannie Gala		Valentinia Berezutskaia
Ol´ga			Natal´ia Lomteva
Val´ka			Ul´iana Lapteva
Bridegroom		Mikhail Gorskii
German Officer		Igor´ Sukachev
89 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio Standard
Languages No subtitles
Features Interview with the director and scriptwriter Garik Sukhachev, 10 minutes, in Russian without subtitles
Interview with the co-scriptwriter Ivan Okhlobystin, 5 minutes, in Russian without subtitles
'Na s´´emkakh fil´ma', 9 minutes, in Russian without subtitles
Video clip 'Tvoi shepot i smekh', 3 minutes
Biographies and filmographies for the director and scriptwriter Igor´ Sukachev, the scriptwriter Ivan Okhlobystin, the director of photography, Aleksei Sechenov, the composer, Petr Todorovskii, the production designer, Konstantin Zagorskii, and the actors Aleksandr Baluev, Kseniia Kachalina, Mikhail Efremov, Nikolai Pastukhov and Sergei Batalov
Album of photos: shots from the film; at work on the film
Source


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