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Beanpole ()

Dylda (original title)
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1945, Leningrad. WWII has devastated the city, demolishing its buildings and leaving its citizens in tatters, physically and mentally. Two young women search for meaning and hope in the struggle to rebuild their lives amongst the ruins.

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Iya Sergueeva
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Masha
Andrey Bykov ...
Nikolay Ivanovich
Igor Shirokov ...
Sasha
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Stepan
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Lyubov Petrovna (as Ksenia Kutepova)
Alyona Kuchkova ...
Stepan's Wife
Timofey Glazkov ...
Pashka
Veniamin Kac ...
Sasha's Friend
Olga Dragunova ...
Seamstress
Denis Kozinets ...
Sasha's Father
Alisa Oleynik ...
Katya
Dmitri Belkin ...
Shepelev
Lyudmila Motornaya ...
Olga
Anastasiya Khmelinina ...
Nurse Leonova
Viktor Chuprov ...
Ryazanov
Vladimir Verzhbitskiy ...
Petrenko
Vladimir Morozov ...
Sadikov

Directed by

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Kantemir Balagov

Written by

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Kantemir Balagov ... ()
 
Aleksandr Terekhov ... ()

Produced by

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Platon Emikh ... line producer
Natalia Gorina ... producer
Kostenko ... line producer (as Buslo Aliona)
Sergey Melkumov ... producer
Michel Merkt ... associate producer
Ellen Rodnianski ... producer
Alexander Rodnyansky ... producer

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Evgueni Galperine

Cinematography by

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Kseniya Sereda

Film Editing by

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Igor Litoninskiy

Editorial Department

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Mukharam Kabulova ... first assistant editor
Ronan Nouri ... trailer editor

Casting By

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Vladimir Golov

Production Design by

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Sergey Ivanov

Costume Design by

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Olga Smirnova

Sound Department

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Rostislav Alimov ... sound mixer
Dmitry Boyarintsev ... sound editor
Vasily Fedorov ... production sound mixer
Elizaveta Khabchuk ... sound editor
Andrey Kireev ... sound effects recordist
Stepan Sevastianov ... sound editor: dialogue, ambiances, fx / sound mixer: pre-mixing
Stana Shosha ... sound editor
Pavel Stasenko ... re-recording mixer
Evgeniy Ziborov ... sound editor
Natalia Zueva ... foley artist

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Vasiliy Bogdanov ... visual effects artist: Algous Studio
Roman Dragun ... digital compositor: Algous Studio
Ekaterina Ermolaeva ... digital compositor: Algous Studio
Andrey Filimonov ... digital compositor: Algous Studio
Nikolay Goryaev ... visual effects supervisor: Algous Studio
Alexey Gusev ... visual effects producer: Algous Studio
Aleksey Hrzhehorzhevskyi ... visual effects coordinator
Vladimir Korneitsev ... digital compositor: Algous Studio
Aleksandr Krasnovitsky ... digital compositor: Algous Studio
Kristina Krupenikova ... digital compositor: Algous Studio
Aleksandr Kryvorutskyi ... digital compositor: Algous Studio
Kseniia Ledina ... digital compositor: Algous Studio
Roman Maistrenko ... visual effects artist: Algous Studio
Stepan Masychev ... digital compositor: Algous Studio
Anna Mitrevich ... visual effects coordinator: Algous Studio
Denis Pikalev ... digital compositor: Algous Studio
Aleksandr Rumyantsev ... pipeline technical director: Algous Studio
Svetlana Shaderkina ... digital compositor: Algous Studio
Dmitry Voronov ... digital compositor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Valerii Petrov ... Steadicam operator
Yevgeni Skvortsov ... Second Assistant Camera C / ronin gimbal tech
Aleksandr Solovyov ... low loader provider

Casting Department

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Anna Golenko ... casting assistant

Music Department

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Jeff Genie ... Composer Agent
Aymeric Letoquart ... music mixer

Additional Crew

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Chloé Lorenzi ... press attaché: france
Chloé Marcadé ... press attaché: france

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Roman Abramovich ... thanks

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Plot Summary

1945, Leningrad. World War II has devastated the city, demolishing its buildings and leaving its citizens in tatters, physically and mentally. Although the siege - one of the worst in history - is finally over, life and death continue their battle in the wreckage that remains. Two young women, Iya and Masha, search for meaning and hope in the struggle to rebuild their lives amongst the ruins. 26-year-old Kantemir Balagov follows TESNOTA, winner of the FIPRESCI Prize at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, with a powerful period drama.

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Also Known As
  • Дылда (Russia)
  • Beanpole (India, English title)
  • Beanpole (United States)
  • Beanpole (World-wide, English title)
  • Beanpole (United Kingdom)
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  • 130 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Kantemir Balagov's main source of inspiration was Nobel Prize winner Svetlana Alexievich's book "War Does Not Have a Woman's Face", written in 1983. See more »
Goofs The scar on Masha's stomach disappears and re-appears during the communal shower scene. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Svetlana Ivanova (2020). See more »
Quotes Nikolay Ivanovich: Where would he have seen a dog? They've all been eaten.
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