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The Sovereign's Servant (2007)

Sluga Gosudarev (original title)
At the beginning of the 18th century, king of France exiles two duelists from the state: one to Russia and another to Sweden, which are at war.


Oleg Ryaskov


Oleg Ryaskov
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dmitriy Miller ... Sharl de Breze
Aleksandr Bukharov ... Grigoriy Voronov
Kseniya Knyazeva Kseniya Knyazeva ... Sharlotta de Monterras
Valeriy Malikov Valeriy Malikov ... Graf de La Bush
Darya Semyonova Darya Semyonova ... Anka
Aleksey Chadov ... Enzhi
Nikolay Chindyaykin ... Khozyain postoyalogo dvora
Andrey Sukhov Andrey Sukhov ... Pyotr I
Dmitriy Shilyaev Dmitriy Shilyaev ... Lyudovik XIV
Andrey Ryklin Andrey Ryklin ... Aleksandr Menshikov
Aleksandr Starikov Aleksandr Starikov ... Lekar Pyotra I
Ed Fleroff Ed Fleroff ... Karl XII (as Eduard Flerov)
Vladislav Demchenko ... Prints
Rodion Yurin Rodion Yurin ... Graf de Gish
Ivan Shibanov ... Markiz fon Shomberg


Europe, 1709. Russia and Sweden are at war. Two French duelists are exiled by King Louis XIV of France: one to the side of Czar Peter the Great of Russia, the other to the side of King Charles XII of Sweden. Although separated by war and allegiance, fate has not finished with them. Written by Anonymous

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One of the many period sets was a detailed and historically accurate recreation of a small 18th-century Ukrainian village, which was designed and built from the ground up in a field in the countryside. Other notable full-size, historically accurate sets designed and built for the film were an 18th-century Polish inn and a 22,000 square-foot reproduction of King Louis XIV's Court at Versailles. See more »


Near the beginning of the Battle of Poltava sequence, a Swedish officer raises his right hand to order an advance. In the next scene, a close up, his left hand is raised instead. See more »


Referenced in The Investigation Led By: Besy (2007) See more »

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Ideal Movie
24 March 2007 | by spdmitrySee all my reviews

I just watched the movie and all i can say is "WOW!" This is a truly beautiful film. It has everything that i personally want from a good movie. Lots of fighting a action, hot girls, an interesting plot, lots of blood, humor, beautiful camera work, a big ass battle toward the end, and even some sex! I just love it. I heard it was good when i started watching it, but I was just astonished how unbelievably brilliant yet simple it was. I was excited throughout the whole thing.

Oh my God, its so good. Everyone has to watch it! No, I take that back. Don't watch it, if you expect lots of romance, and stuff like that. Also don't if don't want to see any gore or brutality cause there's quite a lot of it there. I was surprised about it. Its not like I don't like it, we are all just so used to the good old PGs or PG-13s that Hollywood is throwing at us twice a month.

Anyway, watch it, you will not regret it, I promise.

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Russian | French | Swedish | Polish

Release Date:

20 February 2007 (Russia) See more »

Also Known As:

The Sovereign's Servant See more »

Filming Locations:

Moscow, Russia See more »


Box Office


$6,600,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

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Company Credits

Production Co:

Beta Film TV See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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