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A group of Russian noblemen want to maintain the monarchy and plan to kill Rasputin.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Impératrice Alexandra
Nicolas II
Filipp Yankovsky ...
Félix Youssoupov (as Filipp Yankovskiy)
Anna Mikhalkova ...
Anna Vyrubova
Irina Alfyorova ...
Zinaida Youssoupova (as Irina Alfiorova)
Grand-duc Dimitriy
Oswald Rayner
Maria Golovina
Aaron Simanovitch
Dora (as Yulia Sniguir)
Aleksandr Ryazantsev ...
Grand-duc Nicolas (as Alexandr Riazantsev)
Natalya Shvets ...
Irina Youssoupova (as Natasha Shvets)
Leonid Mozgovoy ...
Frère Makarsy
Leonid Koromiov ...


A group of Russian noblemen want to maintain the monarchy and plan to kill Rasputin.

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Release Date:

25 December 2011 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Raspoutine  »

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€6,000,000 (estimated)

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1.85 : 1
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Edited into Rasputin (2013) See more »

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What a deception
14 January 2012 | by (Switzerland) – See all my reviews

Beautifully filmed at the original locations. Fanny Ardant (now aged 63) should portray a 34-old Zarina Alexandra, but makeup too, doesn't help. Depardieu is cheap and even more helpless. That may come from a poor script and an uninspiring direction. With all the recent historical information about the whole affair and its real political backgrounds, a more understandable and psychologically credible plot could have been done. Incidentally, Felix Yussupov (Rasputin's murderer) was a homosexual and not a transvestite; he did not seduce Rasputin dressed up as a woman. Compared to earlier Rasputin movies, one could even prefer Uli Edel's of 1996 with Alan Rickman. The absolutely best Rasputin movie, however, is Elem Klimov's "Agoniya" from 1981, starring an unforgettable Alexei Petrenko.

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