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Andrei Rublev ()

Andrey Rublev (original title)
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The life, times and afflictions of the fifteenth-century Russian iconographer.

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Andrey Rublev
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Kirill
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Daniil Chyornyy
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Feofan Grek
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Durochka (as Irma Raush)
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Boriska
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Velikiy knyaz, Malyy knyaz
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Patrikey, monakh (as Yu. Nikulin)
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Skomorokh (as R. Bykov)
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Stepan, sotnik Velikogo knyazya (as N. Grabbe)
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Foma, monakh (as M. Kononov)
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Starshiy liteyshchik (as S. Krylov)
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Tatarskiy khan (as B. Beyshenaliev)
B. Matysik ...
Pyotr
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Aleksey, monakh (as A. Obukhov)
Vladimir Titov ...
Sergey (as Volodya Titov)
Nikolay Glazkov ...
Efim (as N. Glazkov)
K. Aleksandrov
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Khozyain izby (as S. Bardin)
Ivan Bykov ...
(as I. Bykov)
G. Borisovskiy
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Monakh (as V. Vasilev)
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Mariya, strannitsa (as Z. Vorkul)
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Stepan, liteyshchik (as A. Titov)
Viktor Volkov ...
Mityay-zaika, rezchik (as V. Volkov)
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Mariya Magdalina (as I. Miroshnichenko)
Tamara Ogorodnikova ...
Mat Iisusa (as T. Ogorodnikova)
Natalya Radolitskaya ...
Kupayushchayasya (as N. Radolitskaya)
Nikolay Kutuzov ...
Starshiy igumen (as N. Kutuzov)
Dmitriy Orlovskiy ...
Staryy master (as D. Orlovskiy)
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(as V. Guskov)
Igor Donskoy ...
Khristos (as I. Donskoy)
Muratbek Ryskulov ...
(as I. Ryskulov)
P. Makarov
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Druzhinnik Velikogo knyazya (as G. Sachevko)
Nelli Snegina ...
Marfa, yazychintsa (as N. Snegina)
G. Pokorskiy
Asanbek Umuraliyev ...
Tatarin (as A. Umuraliev)
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Andreyka, pomoshchnik liteyshchikov (as Slava Tsarev)
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Monakh (uncredited)
Klara Rumyanova ...
Deti knyazya (uncredited) (voice)
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Staryy master (uncredited) (voice)
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Muzhik v izbe (uncredited)

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Andrei Tarkovsky ... (as Andrey Tarkovskiy)

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Andrey Konchalovskiy ... () (as Andrey Mikhalkov-Konchalovskiy) &
Andrei Tarkovsky ... () (as Andrey Tarkovskiy)

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Tamara Ogorodnikova ... executive producer (as T. Ogorodnikova)

Music by

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Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov

Cinematography by

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Vadim Yusov

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Tatyana Egorycheva ... (as T. Egorycheva)
Lyudmila Feyginova ... (as L. Feyginova)
Olga Shevkunenko ... (as O. Shevkunenko)

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Evgeniy Chernyaev ... (as E. Chernyaev)

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Maya Abar-Baranovskaya ... (as M. Abar-Baranovskaya)
Lidiya Novi ... (as L. Novi)

Makeup Department

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Maksut Alyautdinov ... makeup artist (as M. Alyautdinov)
S. Barsukov ... makeup artist
Vera Rudina ... makeup artist (as V. Rudina)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Aleksandr Macheret ... second assistant director (as A. Macheret)
A. Nikolaev ... second assistant director
Bagrat Oganesyan ... trainee assistant director (as B. Oganesyan)
I. Petrov ... first assistant director
Marina Volovich ... second assistant director (as M. Volovich)

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T. Isaeva ... assistant sets
E. Korablev ... sets
Ippolit Novoderyozhkin ... assistant production designer (as I. Novoderezhkin)
Leonid Pertsev ... assistant sets (as L. Pertsev)
Sergey Voronkov ... assistant production designer (as S. Voronkov)

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Inna Zelentsova ... sound (as I. Zelentsova)

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Pavel Safonov ... special effects (as P. Safonov)
V. Sevostyanov ... special photographic effects

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A. Andrianov ... assistant camera
Robert Ruvinov ... camera (as R. Ruvinov)
V. Sevostyanov ... camera
P. Sudilin ... assistant camera

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Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov ... conductor
Russian State Symphony Orchestra ... orchestra

Other crew

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N. Belyaeva ... script editor
L. Lazarev ... script editor
M. Mertsalova ... historical consultant
V. Pashuto ... historical consultant
S. Yamshchikov ... historical consultant
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

Andreiv Rublev charts the life of the great icon painter through a turbulent period of 15th Century Russian history, a period marked by endless fighting between rival Princes and by Tatar invasions. Written by L.H. Wong

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Also Known As
  • Андрей Рублев (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Andrei Rublev (Europe, English title)
  • Andrei Rublev (World-wide, English title)
  • Andrei Rublev (United States)
  • The Passion According to Andrey (World-wide, English title)
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  • 205 min
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Budget RUR1,000,000 (estimated)

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Trivia For the scene where the cow is on fire, it was covered in an asbestos coat that protected it from actually being burned. But for the scene where the horse falls down the stairs, it was shot in the neck by director Andrei Tarkovsky. The crew acquired the horse from a slaughterhouse where it was going to be shot the next day. See more »
Goofs The smoothly-cut logs that feature many times in the early scenes are clearly cut with machinery not available in the early fifteenth century. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Une journée d'Andrei Arsenevitch (2000). See more »
Quotes Andrei Rublyov: You just spoke of Jesus. Perhaps he was born and crucified to reconcile God and man. Jesus came from God, so he is all-powerful. And if He died on the cross it was predetermined and His crucifixion and death were God's will. That would have aroused hatred not in those that crucified him but in those that loved him if they had been near him at that moment, because they loved him as a man only. But if He, of His own will, left them, He displayed injustice, or even cruelty. Maybe those who crucified him loved him because they helped in this divine plan.
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