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Strannaya istoriya doktora Dzhekila i mistera Khayda (1987)

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Cast overview:
Innokentiy Smoktunovskiy ...
Aleksandr Feklistov ...
Alla Budnitskaya ...
Ledi diana
Aleksandr Lazarev
Anatoli Adoskin
Bruno Frejndlikh
Eduard Martsevich
Leonid Satanovskiy
Aleksandr Vokach
Aleksandr Kirillov
Tatyana Okunevskaya
Yelena Majorova ...
(as Yelena Maiorova)


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Mystery | Sci-Fi





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7 August 1987 (East Germany)  »

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The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde  »

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Another example of "English literature - Russian cinema" brilliant transposition
7 March 2007 | by (Archangel, Russia) – See all my reviews

Another example of "from English literature to Russian cinema" brilliant transposition, 7 March 2007 This is a sci-fi movie which does not need special effects to "hook" a viewer. The main lead - Mr Innokenti Smoktunovsky - is making a very captivating movie out of something that may look like a boring theatrical play. Cannot forget his devilish character with a cane. Together with "Hamlet" (where Mr Innokenti Smoktunovsky also performed excellently), this film belongs to cinematic treasury.

It is really a phenomenon how outstandingly well the classic English literature works were put on screen by Russia (how about"Priklyucheniya Sherloka Kholmsa i doktora Vatsona"?). Even England itself is lagging behind in this sphere (no offense here). It can be a freaky material for a scientific research actually.

10 out of 10, no question. Thank you for attention.

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