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White Gold (2003)

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In 1919 a White Army train carrying the bulk of Czar Nicolas' gold reserves arrives empty at Siberia's Ikutsk station. Decades later the grandson of a White Army officer inherits a map to the treasure.

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Vlad
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Oleg (as Alexandr Dyachenko)
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Lomov (as Yevgeniy Sidikhin)
Boris Shcherbakov ...
Popov (as Boris Scherbakov)
Tatyana Cherkasova ...
Ksenia (as Tatiana Mesherkina)
Viktor Stepanov ...
Larion
Gleb Plaksin ...
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Vasia
Nadezhda Makhmudova ...
Katia
Ivan Agapov ...
Cop
Aleksandr Pashkovskiy ...
Pasha (as Alexander Pashkovsky)
Anton Smekalkin ...
Detector
Aleksandra Nazarova ...
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Eric van Genderen ...
Jim Beam
Kane Abdul Boli ...
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In 1919 a White Army train carrying the bulk of Czar Nicolas' gold reserves arrives empty at Siberia's Ikutsk station. Decades later the grandson of a White Army officer inherits a map to the treasure.

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An interesting look at the real (scary) Russia
16 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ivanov's stunt coordinating work on The Bourne Supremacy was truly spectacular, and he clearly has a talent for action scenes as evidenced in White Gold. But he can't direct actors. As the other comments said, the directing is wanting, and some of the actors are really terrible.The scenery however is great and the story is fascinating. The basis of the story is true (the missing gold of the White Army) and this makes for an interesting plausible adventure. Check it out if you want to see what Siberia is really like. I also like that the actors are actually speaking Russian instead of with bad "Russian" accents. There are a few good performances however and the girl is beautiful and talented. It seems like they started with a good script but didn't quite deliver. Well worth a look.


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