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Russian Yeti: The Killer Lives (2014)

Fictional documentary on the deaths of students in the Russian mountains, attributed to the yeti.

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Leon Rawlski
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Arturas Aleksejevas Arturas Aleksejevas ... Mansi
Robertas Balciunas Robertas Balciunas ... Igor Dyatlov
Arnas Butkus Arnas Butkus ... Nicolai Thibeaux-Brignolles
Kevin Conroy ... Narrator (voice)
Sarunas Gedvilas Sarunas Gedvilas ... Aleksander Koleatov
Regimantas Ivickas Regimantas Ivickas ... Yuri Krivonischenko
Maria Klenokova Maria Klenokova ... Herself
Gintare Kulikauskyte Gintare Kulikauskyte ... Lyudmila Dubinina
Mike Libecki Mike Libecki ... Himself
Karolis Matuliauskas Karolis Matuliauskas ... Yuri Yudin
Julius Paskevicius Julius Paskevicius ... Yuri Doroschenka
James Tratas ... Semyon Zolotariov (as Zilvinas Tratas)
Gabija Urnieziute Gabija Urnieziute ... Zina Kolmogorova
Rytis Valiunas Rytis Valiunas ... Rustem Slobodin
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Fictional documentary on the deaths of students in the Russian mountains, attributed to the yeti.

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1 June 2014 (USA) See more »

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Documented events... and more... to prove Yeti lives!
10 June 2015 | by littleawkieSee all my reviews

Contrary to a previous review, this IS a documentary of events that took place in 1959.* There are numerous references on various Internet sites with the same storyline. The photos in this documentary are compelling as to what was evidently a gruesome tragedy in the Ural Mountains in Siberia. Events are presented in chronological order of a multi-party expedition of experienced hikers, with a number of photos preserved from cameras retrieved at the destroyed campsite. As the title indicates, the director takes great steps to present his speculation that the nine hikers were confronted and killed by a Russian Yeti (known as a Menk in Russia). A tenth hiker was the sole survivor; he had fallen ill and turned back on the fifth day of the expedition that ended on day seven. Documents are presented that indicate there was government involvement prior to the actual reporting of the missing hikers. The director also includes photos, videos and interviews of sightings in the same region in recent years to support his view that the hikers did indeed lose their lives by a Yeti. I had recorded the show so to zip through all the commercials and the inevitable, and frequent, recapping. Since the events occurred in Russia, a good amount of the interviews required caption-reading. I watched the 2-hour show in a little over an hour.

*BUT, there are also bits and pieces of blurry "reenactments" (and sound effects) that are obviously meant to strictly give the viewer an idea what horrors the victims must have experienced. Toward the end of the program, there is footage taken when the director and crew traveled to the site and had their own "experience"!


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