With World War I, the Bolshevik Revolution, and the Russian Civil War as backdrop, it's an old-fashioned, blood-and-guts narrative, filled with earthly humor and a wealth of colorful ... See full summary »
With World War I, the Bolshevik Revolution, and the Russian Civil War as backdrop, it's an old-fashioned, blood-and-guts narrative, filled with earthly humor and a wealth of colorful characters. The story concerns the fluctuating fortunes of Grigory Melekhov, a young Cossack who is both a hero and a victim of the uprising. Written by
Mark E. Gubarenko
Quiet flows the Don, based on the Nobel Price winning novel of Michail Sholokov and directed by the Oscar Price Serghey Bondarchuk, starring Rupert Everett, Delphine Forest and Murray Abraham, is a film in two parts of about 90' each, realized in Dolby Digital Surround, ready for Cinema Premiere, Home Video - DVD, Network TV, Syndication, Internet...And still nobody had the pleasure to see it. This unforgettable masterpiece, one of the rare epic Opera of European production directed to the world market, is due to the synergy and passionate work of four Academy Awards, two Emmy Awards and a David Award. The Premiere of the film, to which will participate outstanding figures of politic and entertainment world, will be shown at the same time in the city of London, Moscow and Rome. So please give voice to your comments only after screen the International version of this Great Evergreen and not the TV mix for Russian audience.
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