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Posledniy bogatyr (2017)

When Ivan meets his new friends in another place called Belogorie, his quest on the new country begins with sparkling immortals effect within love in the pass from his childhood up on his time .

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Ivan
Mila Sivatskaya ...
Vasilisa
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Varvara
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Koshchey
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Baba Yaga
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Vodyanoy
Evgeniy Dyatlov ...
Dobrynya
Timofey Tribuntsev ...
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Svetlana Kolpakova ...
Molodaya Baba Yaga
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Chudo-Yudo
Yuriy Tsurilo ...
Ilya Muromets
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Alyosha Popovich (as Volfgang Cherni)
Elena Valyushkina ...
Galina
Yuriy Mirontsev ...
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Maksim Dakhnenko ...
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Ivan Naydenov, is transferred from Moscow to the fantasy world Belogorye. This world is inhabited by the characters of Russian fairy tales and magic. The hero comes at the very center of the battle between light and dark forces and everyone believes that it is up to him to put an end to the war. Written by AsH

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Action | Family | Fantasy

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19 October 2017 (Russia)  »

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The Last Knight  »

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Russian fairy-tale movies' triumphant comeback.
23 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

One of the best things that happened to Russian cinema since 1990-s. Even though under Disney supervision. The very best thing that happened to Russian "fairy-tale movie" tradition since the middle of XX century. The most wonderful approach to Slavic folklore and and folk tales. Yet, understandable to those not familiar with mythology.

I can praise this movie in many other ways as well. Praise actors, and writers, and direction, and special effects... I haven't seen such a gem in many years! But the long and the short of it is: this "Posledniy bogatyr" ("~last hero, ~last warrior" is you want correct meaning) is totally worth seeing it whether you're Russian or not. You'll have 90 minutes of action, romantics, quite international humour, good personalities and picturesque evil masterminds. And a large piece of tradition and mythology as well.

It's fun! I give you my word on that.


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