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Trista let spustya (1994)

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Nikolay Tonsky ...
George Young
Yuriy Duvanov ...
Antonov
Igor Vorobyov ...
Portnov
Boris Shuvalov ...
Artemyev
Marina Opyonkina ...
Anastasiya
Mikhail Kokshenov ...
Genrikh Nikolayevich
Vladimir Nosik ...
Vasily Ivanovich Trevilyov
Gennadiy Khrapunkov ...
Lavrenty Edmundovich Reshotkin
Elena Kondulaynen ...
Major Milina
Irina Shmeleva ...
Anna Petrovna
Valery Belyayev ...
Ambassador's Counselor
Yuriy Chernov ...
Bananov ('The Haberdasher')
Yuriy Nifontov ...
Man with the Scar
Vyacheslav Voynarovsky ...
Police Chief
Aleksey Krychenkov ...
Father
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Three Hundred Years Later  »

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The film is a spoof of "The Three Musketeers" by Alexandre Dumas père taking place in Russia and the USA of the 1990s. It follows the plot of the book and the characters' names are replaced with similar names: d'Artagnan is called George Young, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis are Russian policemen Antonov, Portnov and Artemyev, etc. Genrikh Nikolayevich, played by Mikhail Kokshenov, is a spoof of Boris Yeltsin (Boris Nikolayevich Yeltsin) but his name is also a reference to Henry IV of France, although the king in "The Three Musketeers" was Louis XIII. See more »

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Lavrenty Edmundovich Reshotkin: It's odd but this Californian really reminds me of someone.
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