The First Polish 3D Feature Film! Poland's winning battle against Soviet Russia as seen through the eyes of two young protagonists, Ola and Jan. She is a Warsaw cabaret dancer, while he is ... See full summary »
The Romanovs' Last Photograph tells the story of the Romanov sisters, Olga, Tatiana, Maria, and Anastasia, in the hours leading up to their execution in 1918. The girls share their hopes, ... See full summary »
Catherine Faris King
Marja Lewis Ryan,
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When the family is resting by the lake, while they travel to Toblosk. Nicholas lets photographs fall from his hat. The photographs are of Mathlide Kesshinksy, Nicholas' first lover (before he married Alexandra). See more »
The hair of the Grand Duchesses never seems to grow after their heads are shaved despite the fact that they till lived for another year. See more »
A very impressive piece of film work - great setting, great actors - and of course an inevitable tragic story.
But - alas, there is an alas. The real story of the captivity of the czar family has been - based on numerable historical accounts - much more gruesome and humiliating than showed in this picture.
And finally. I would have surely preferred if the final sequence with the bombastic funeral and canonizing service held by the leading figures of the Russian Orthodox church under their chief, former KGB agent "Drozdov" aka Patriarch Alexij and his equals was spared...
But I suppose that was the price that was to be paid for the support of the "Russian government" and the "Government of Moscow" as stated in the credits.
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