the genre of film who reminds the virtues of Soviet cinema. the acting, the adaptation who preserves nuances of original work, the stage spirit in a dark, seductive film who present a well known story with grace and precision. a film who remains special for the grace of use of detail. for its actors who reinvent an old universe in its forms and gestures and rhythm and expectations. for the lovely manner to recreate the tension and the blind desire. for music. and for a form of redefine of faith. Elena Polevetskaya does one of her magnificent roles as old Countess . Oleg Strijenov reminds the entire way of German with fascinating science of nuances' exploration. the great virtue - the meeting of Pushkin's novel in each scene. and the music .
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