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Zloy dukh Yambuya (1979)

A team of surveyors in Siberia enlist the help of native Evenk guides to solve a string of disappearances on the dreaded mountain Yambuy.

Director:

Boris Buneev

Writer:

Boris Buneev
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Cast

Credited cast:
Olga Yenzak Olga Yenzak ... Langara
Rodna Yeshonov Rodna Yeshonov ... Kararbakh
Feliks Sergeyev Feliks Sergeyev ... Pavel (as F. Sergeyev)
Vladimir Kruglov Vladimir Kruglov ... Tsybin (as V. Kruglov)
Aleksandr Kavalerov ... Stepan
Nikolay Kuvachenok Nikolay Kuvachenok ... Ilya (as N. Kuvachenok)
Nikolay Dmitriyev Nikolay Dmitriyev ... Dolbachi (as N. Dmitriyev)
Zinaida Pikunova Zinaida Pikunova ... Sulakikan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sergey Drozdov Sergey Drozdov ... (as S. Drozdov)
Yura Maksimov Yura Maksimov
V. Menshikov V. Menshikov
A. Smelov A. Smelov
P. Smelov P. Smelov
Yuri Zabarovsky Yuri Zabarovsky ... Fedoseyev
Valeriy Zimin Valeriy Zimin ... (as V. Zimin)
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A team of surveyors in Siberia enlist the help of native Evenk guides to solve a string of disappearances on the dreaded mountain Yambuy.

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Country:

Soviet Union

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

February 1979 (Soviet Union) See more »

Also Known As:

Az emberevő medve See more »

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Color
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One of the best thrillers made in Soviet Union
27 April 2005 | by qkowlewSee all my reviews

In the aesthetic sphere, this film may be compared with 'Dersu Uzala', great masterpiece of Akira Kurosava. You may even see some trivial parallelism in story lines of these two films.

If we talk about psychological and emotional aspect, we may compare it with Hitchcock's movies.

I've got great suspense from this film. Horror is growing from episode to episode. Far cry take your heart by cold fingers. Steps on the ground. Steps on rocks... You don't see danger until it close enough. You are not sure you see what you get.

Nature is full of power. You are small in comparison with it. You are great to choose right way through it. You are happy to return home after all.


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