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It's about a robin that can only sing not afraid by eminem between the hours of 2:00 a.m. And 4:08 a.m. And it's the robins favorite song and finally it can't take it anymore and Tyler Curtis Duncan is an extra in the movie.

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Eugenia Filonova ...
Snow Maiden (as Yevghenia Filonova)
Evgeniy Zharikov ...
Lel
Irina Gubanova ...
Kupava
Boris Khimichev ...
Misghir
Pavel Kadochnikov ...
Tsar Berendey
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Vesna
Valeri Malyshev ...
Brusilo
Pyotr Nikashin
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It's about a robin that can only sing not afraid by eminem between the hours of 2:00 a.m. And 4:08 a.m. And it's the robins favorite song and finally it can't take it anymore and Tyler Curtis Duncan is an extra in the movie.

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Aleksandr Ostrovskiy's play, on which this film is based, was first performed in Russia in 1874, with incidental music by the great Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Tchaikovsky's score has been recorded complete several times. See more »

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Version of Vesennyaya skazka (1971) See more »

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Heartbreakingly beautiful
16 April 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Any fans of fairy-tales, music and beautiful visuals will fall in love with Snegurochka(Snow Maiden). It is gorgeous to look at, the village and winter sets are beautifully evoked, the costumes are evocative and very Russian and the colours are enough to take your breath away. The photography is simple but never simplistic and smoothly moving from frame to frame. And the atmosphere is very authentic. The Russian folk music is so good and so well sung that if there were a soundtrack album available I would waste no hesitation in getting it. The story was a tragic and moving story to begin with, it is also one that touches me all the time that I understand completely why it's so famous. This story is told just beautifully here, and the ending is just heart-rending, it was to begin with but the full thrust of it comes when you actually see it on screen. The direction is well and smoothly handled, no signs of slackness or over-ambition that would have potential to distract from the simplicity of this story. And while the acting may seem stilted to some, I didn't think so at all, I found it effective and true to character. Yevghenia Filonova in particular is very poignant as the Snow Maiden of the title. In conclusion, beautiful and heartbreaking, I see no reason for people not to see it. Just a note for opera fans, this is not to be confused with Rimsky Korsakov's opera of the same name. If you do don't worry as it's easy to do, it happened with me a couple of days ago with the Russian film version of The Tale of Tsar Sultan, another great Russian fairy-tale film and another one to have an opera based of it by Rimsky-Korsakov. 10/10 Bethany Cox


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