Arkhipelag ()


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In this film people living in Archipki village become members of an experiment initiated by the President of Russia. Every villager should learn by heart an excerpt, or even a whole work... See more »

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Pavel Abramenkov ...
Grishka
Andrey Abramkin ...
Dryunya
Andrey Bogatyrev
Tatyana Filatova ...
Gromova
Yuriy Gorin ...
Dyadya Misha
Olga Kavalay-Aksyonova ...
Katyusha
Rinat Kondaev ...
Sudya Dredd
Andrey Kopytov ...
Serikov
Timur Kurbangaleev ...
Stepan Beda
Denis Kuznetsov ...
Mitka
Viktor Nemets ...
Muzhik v kepke
Grigoriy Perel ...
Porebrikov
Olga Prikhodko ...
Baba Lyuba
Dmitriy Sergin ...
Anton
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Zimin
Alyona Snegurchenko ...
Nyurka
Vladimir Snegurchenko ...
Denchik
Olga Stashkevich ...
Tanka
Vladimir Sukharev ...
Klimov
Inna Tarada ...
Nadka
Vladimir Tereshchenko ...
Buzunko

Directed by

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Tatyana Voronetskaya

Written by

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Vsevolod Benigsen ... ()

Produced by

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Tatyana Voronetskaya ... producer

Cinematography by

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Sergey Baskoev ... director of photography

Production Design by

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Stella Denenmark

Sound Department

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Kirill Bodrov ... adr recordist / dialogue editor
Nikita Gankin ... supervising sound editor
Ilya Putilin ... sound editor

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Plot Summary

In this film people living in Archipki village become members of an experiment initiated by the President of Russia. Every villager should learn by heart an excerpt, or even a whole work from national asset, our literary legacy. It is a benign goal lying behind all this - to unite people and, at last, to find the national idea. But there occurs something which triggers off yet another Russian riot, so senseless and ruthless. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Архипелаг (Russia)
  • Archipelago (World-wide, English title)
  • Archipel (France)
Runtime
  • 121 min
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