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    Recent Russian Film Releases

    Russian members, can you tell us anything about these films?

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    Käki is as well a russian film I believe. I loved this film. Underlay humour within a serious and well-presented period in kommunistic russo-finnish history.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Erlingr Hárbarđarson
    Käki is as well a russian film I believe. I loved this film. Underlay humour within a serious and well-presented period in kommunistic russo-finnish history.
    I think "Käki" is a Russo-Finnish co-production, with a Finnish lead actor.

    I know next to nothing about Russian cinema, except Andrei Tarkovski and Aleksandr Sokurov. But I'm trying to learn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldritch
    I think "Käki" is a Russo-Finnish co-production, with a Finnish lead actor.

    I know next to nothing about Russian cinema, except Andrei Tarkovski and Aleksandr Sokurov. But I'm trying to learn.
    As far as I know, Kukushka was solely a Russian film.

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    Volkodav (Wolfhound) is most expected film for me. It's based on fantasy novel of Maria Semenova.




















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    http://www.volkodaw.ru/

    Interesting. It's a pity I don't read Russian.

    Is there anything else you can tell us about this film, or about the about the author whose work it is based on?

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    It's the story about the man from the clan of Grey Wolves. All people of this clan was exterminated, but he managed to survive, however was turned into slavery. But he escapes the slave mines and begins his journey in the fantasy world waiting for revenge. It's quite long story based on several books. I like the books but I don't know how good movie'll turn out to be. :

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skildur
    It's the story about the man from the clan of Grey Wolves. All people of this clan was exterminated, but he managed to survive, however was turned into slavery. But he escapes the slave mines and begins his journey in the fantasy world waiting for revenge.
    Have you seen "Conan the Barbarian"? This plot outline sounds like a carbon copy of it.

    Are Russian DVD's Region 2? Do they usually have English subtitles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skildur
    Volkodav (Wolfhound) is most expected film for me. It's based on fantasy novel of Maria Semenova.
    Yes, for me too! At least I hope that there ll be more films like Volkodav, than like Nochnoy Dozor (Nightwatch). 4:
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    I dont know much about those film, except that Турецкий Гамбит (The Turkish Gambit) is about Russo-Turkish war and based on a Boris Akunin`s novel. Its a spy detective movie, which continues Akunin`s novels about "adventures of Erast Fandorin" and "Azazel".

    Along with TG I really want to watch "Ночной продавец" (The Night Seller), its a dark comedy :icon12:

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