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I wish I could see a newer version of that adaptation. It must be really hard to the war-scenes of Pugachov riot in 1950s.Pushkin did a great job to reflect the inner-world of a riotous man in Tzar Russia but I couldn't see clearly the traces of inner-world analyses in the movie.The Captain's Daughter is not just as sympathetic as in the book.Let's say it is a very adaptation and we do not need to waste our time with an older version. A newer version will do.But this is Pushkin right so it is not easy to reflect his works in a cinematic fashion.If Hollywood believed it could be done and it could attract the adaptation lovers it would do it I guess.
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