Call number: DVD-731



VASIL´EV, Gennadii
Finist - iasnyi sokol [Finist - The Bright Falcon]

Tsentral´naia kinostudiia detskikh i iunosheskikh fil´mov imeni M Gor´kogo, Ialtinskii filial, 1975; released 5 January 1976
Screenplay Lev Potemkin, Aleksandr Rou, based on the folk tale of the same name by I. Shestakov
Photography Vladimir Okunev, Iurii Malinovskii
Production Design Sergei Serebrennikov
Music Vladimir Shainskii
Song lyrics Mikhail Nozhkin
Finist			Viacheslav Voskresenskii
Alenushka		Svetlana Orlova
Iashka			Mikhail Kononov
Voevoda			Mikhail Pugovkin
Anfisa			Liudmila Khitiaeva
Agafon			Georgii Vitsin
Jolly old women		Glikeriia Bogdanova-Chesnokova, Mariia Barabanova,
			Anna Stroganova
Bath-house attendant	Aleksei Smirnov
Kartaus			Mark Pertsovskii
Kastriuk		Georgii Milliar
Fingal			Lev Potemkin
75 minutes
In Russian with optional subtitles and voiceover versions

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio Standard
Languages Menu languages: Russian, English and French
Optional English and French voiceover versions
Optional subtitles in Russian, English, French, Spanish, Italian and German
Features Interview with the actress Svetlana Orlova, 7 minutes, in Russian with optional Russian, English, French, Spanish, Italian and German subtitles
Extrqact from the documentary film 'Skazki Aleksandra Rou', Kinostudiia imeni M. Gor´kogo, Vtoroe tvorcheskoe ob´´edinenie, 10 minutes, in Russian with optional Russian, English, French, Spanish, Italian and German subtitles
Aldum of photographs in memory of the actory Georgii Vitsin
Biographies and filmographies for the director, Gennadii Vasil´ev, the scriptwriters Aleksandr Rou and Lev Potemkin, the directors of photography Iurii Malinovskii and Vladimir Okunev, the composer, Vladimir Shainskii, the production designer, Sergei Serebrennikov, and the actors Svetlana Orlova, Mikhail Pugovkin, Georgii Milliar, Liudmila Khitiaeva, Georgii Vitsin and Mikhail Kononov
Album of photographs
Source


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