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KHL. Donbass-Avtomobilist (2012)

Originally a hockey match, shown live. Nikolay Yeriomin used it to direct some subtle scenes, seen briefly in the background.

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Andrei Sharanov ...
Head Coach - Avtomobilist
Christopher Holt ...
Goalkeeper - Avtomobilist
Evgeny Lobanov ...
Goalkeeper - Avtomobilist
Sergei Gusev ...
Defender - Avtomobilist
Alexander Sazonov ...
Defender - Avtomobilist
Evgeny Kurbatov ...
Defender - Avtomobilist
Branislav Meze ...
Defender - Avtomobilist
Denis Makarov ...
Defender - Avtomobilist
Denis Sokolov ...
Defender - Avtomobilist
Alexander Yukseyev ...
Defender - Avtomobilist
Nikita Tryamkin ...
Defender - Avtomobilist
Nikolai Pronin ...
Forward - Avtomobilist
Ratislav Spirko ...
Forward - Avtomobilist
Alexei Simakov ...
Forward - Avtomobilist
Alexei Zavarukhin ...
Forward - Avtomobilist

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Originally a hockey match, shown live. Nikolay Yeriomin used it to direct some subtle scenes, seen briefly in the background.

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22 October 2012 (Ukraine)  »

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KHL Donbass-Avtomobilist. Pryamya transyatsiya.  »

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On 42nd minute camera accidentally caught a boy in the audience chewing the belt of the bag. Also, a man in Guy Fawkes/Anaonymous mask (popularized by V for Vendetta (2005)) can be seen in the audience. See more »

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References V for Vendetta (2005) See more »

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Russian National Anthem
Music by Aleksandr Aleksandrov
Lyrics by Sergey Mikhalkov
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