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Rusalochka (1976)

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Viktoriya Novikova ...
Valentin Nikulin ...
Sulpitius
Galina Artyomova ...
Printzessa
Yuri Senkevich ...
Printz
Stefan Ilyev ...
Ritzar
Svetlana Mojseyenko ...
Zhaklin
Margarita Chudinova ...
Leonella
Galina Volchek ...
Inn Hostess - Witch
Mikhail Pugovkin ...
Ribak, Ribar
Stefan Pejchev ...
Ribak, Ribar
Mikhail Yanushkevich ...
The vagabond, Razboynijk
Andrey Fayt
Yuli Fait
Krasimira Petrova
Ivan Manov
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Haunting...
19 August 2002 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

A lovely, haunting film reminiscent of the Czech film, THREE NUTS FOR CINDERELLA, RUSALOCHKA is a relatively faithful adaptation of Andersen's tale, "The Little Mermaid." In this film, the mermaid does not have to give up her voice to the sea hag, but she does exchange her blue hair for legs. There are other slight variations from the source story, but, for the most part, this is a very satisfying, touching retelling of the classic story for those of us who like our fairytales told properly without Calypso singing lobsters and valley-girl patter. As far as I know, this is only available in Russian.


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