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The Bride ()

Nevesta (original title)
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The unusual practice of photographing dead relatives during mid-1800s rural Russia will link a Philology student with her husband's abysmal family history.

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Nastya
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Vanya
Aleksandra Rebenok ...
Liza
Igor Khripunov ...
Barin
Natalia Grinshpun ...
Aglaya
Victor Solovyev ...
Ivan and Lisa's father
Marina Alhamdan ...
The Bride
Miroslava Karpovich ...
The Wife
Evgeniy Koryakovskiy ...
Nastya's teacher
Dmitriy Kulichkov ...
Tikhon
Lada Churovskaya ...
Serf Girl
Vladimir Seleznyov
Vera Biryukova ...
Tanya
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The Photographer (voice)
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Tikhon (voice)
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Vanya (voice)

Directed by

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Svyatoslav Podgaevskiy

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Svyatoslav Podgaevskiy ... ()

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Zaur Bolotaev ... producer
Dmitriy Litvinov ... producer
Vladislav Severtsev ... producer

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Halfdan E
Jesper Hansen ... composer

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Ivan Burlakov ... director of photography

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Serge Kosevtsov ... digital intermediate colorist

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Yuliya Bordacheva ... re-recording mixer / sound mixer / supervising sound editor
Anton Maslennikov ... sound designer

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Andrey Nikolaev ... 2nd unit dp

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Thomas Bryla ... orchestrator
Rasmus Christensen ... composer: additional music
F.A.M.E.'S. Project ... orchestra and studio contractor

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Plot Summary

Nastya is a young woman who travels with her soon to be husband to his family home. Upon their arrival, she can't help but think that the visit may have been a horrible mistake. She is surrounded by strange people and starts witnessing strange, terrible visions as his family prepares her for a mysterious traditional Slavic wedding ceremony. More than the wedding preparations, can she survive the next few days? Written by Horror Fan

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Taglines In the 19th century in Russia, there was a strange tradition of photographing dead relatives. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Невеста (Russia)
  • The Bride (World-wide, English title)
  • The Bride (United States)
  • La Novia (Chile)
  • La novia (Mexico)
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Runtime
  • 93 min
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Budget RUR70,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend Russia $1,720,424, 22 Jan 2017

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Soundtracks The Dark One See more »
Quotes The Photographer: The Russian scientist-chemist, the doctor of medicine Joseph Hamel, speaking at the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences, reported on the unusual properties of silver halide when deposited on the photographic plate. According to the scientist, the negative was capable of not only capturing the light reflected on it, but also to save something more: energy, which people called the soul. The academic community raised Hamel to laugh, but soon there was a ritual: the dead were photographed with eyes painted over the eyelids. It was believed that this way you could deceive death.
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