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An eighteenth century English cartographer, Jonathan Green, sets out on a journey to map the uncharted lands of Transylvania, only to discover the dark secrets and dangerous creatures hidden in a cursed, fantastical Romanian forest.

Director:

Oleg Stepchenko

Writers:

Nikolay Gogol (story and characters) (as Nikolai Gogol), Aleksandr Karpov (script) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Flemyng ... Dzhonatan Grin (as Dzheyson Fleming)
Andrey Smolyakov ... Otets Paisiy
Aleksey Chadov ... Petrus
Agniya Ditkovskite Agniya Ditkovskite ... Nastusya
Yuriy Tsurilo ... Sotnik
Olga Zaytseva Olga Zaytseva ... Pannochka
Aleksandr Yakovlev ... Overko
Igor Jijikine ... Dorosh (as Igor Zhizhikin)
Valeriy Zolotukhin ... Yavtukh
Nina Ruslanova ... Zhena Yavtukha
Viktor Bychkov ... Taras
Ivan Mokhovikov ... Bursak Khalyava
Anatoliy Gushchin Anatoliy Gushchin ... Bursak Gorobets
Alexey Petrukhin ... Bursak Khoma (as Aleksey A. Petrukhin)
Aleksandr Karpov ... Panas
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Early 18th century. Cartographer Jonathan Green undertakes a scientific voyage from Europe to the East. Having passed through Transylvania and crossed the Carpathian Mountains, he finds himself in a small village lost in impassible woods. Nothing but chance and heavy fog could bring him to this cursed place. People who live here do not resemble any other people which the traveler saw before that. The villagers, having dug a deep moat to fend themselves from the rest of the world, share a naive belief that they could save themselves from evil, failing to understand that evil has made its nest in their souls and is waiting for an opportunity to gush out upon the world. Written by RFG

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Pravda v tebe (The truth is in you) See more »


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Language:

Russian | English

Release Date:

30 January 2014 (Russia) See more »

Also Known As:

Forbidden Empire See more »

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Budget:

$26,000,000 (estimated)

Gross USA:

$34,592,118, 7 April 2014

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$39,539,416, 7 April 2014
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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Production lasted for seven years. See more »

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Don't expect a remake of 1967 movie and you won't be disappointed
19 April 2014 | by JaneYakSee all my reviews

I liked the movie. When I was going to see it I had already known that it was not a screen version of Nikolai Gogol's story but "a movie based on it". That's why I was not disappointed as some people who went to the theatre to see just a new version of 1967 "Viy". Because it is not.

This new "Viy" took the same legend from the book (based on a Slavic folklore legend), the same characters, the same location - a small Ukrainian out-of-the-way village, added some new characters , CGI (quite good), shuffled everything, sprinkled it with humour (sometimes dark)and eminently suitable music. And as a result, we have an interesting mystic story definitely worth watching.


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