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Barber of Siberia (1998) (DVD) (*)
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Original Title: Sibirskiy Tsiryulnik
Screened, competed or awarded at:
Cannes Film Festival
Moscow International Film Festival
Other Film Festival Awards


Language Selections:
English ( Dolby Digital Stereo )
English ( Subtitles )
Russian ( Dolby Digital Stereo )


Product Origin/Format:
United Kingdom ( PAL/Region 2 )

Running Time:
169 min

Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen (2.35:1)

Special Features:
Interactive Menu
Scene Access


Movie filmed in 1998 and produced in:
Czech Republic ( Russia, Eastern Europe )
France ( France, Benelux )
Italy ( Italy, Greece )
Russia ( Russia, Eastern Europe )


Directed By:
Nikita Mikhalkov


Written By:
Nikita Mikhalkov (story)
Rustam Ibragimbekov (screenplay) ...


Actors:
Aleksei Petrenko ..... General Radlov
Anna Mikhalkova ..... Douniacha
Artyom Mikhalkov ..... Buturlin
Avangard Leontyev ..... Andrei's Uncle
Daniel Olbrychski ..... Kopnovsky
Elizabeth Spriggs ..... Perepyolkina
Julia Ormond ..... Jane Callahan
Marat Basharov ..... Polievsky
Marina Neyolova ..... The mother of Andrei Tolstoi
Nikita Tatarenkov ..... Alibekov
Oleg Menshikov ..... André Tolstoi
Richard Harris ..... Douglas McCraken
Robert Hardy ..... Forsten
Vladimir Ilyin ..... Captain Mokin
Yegor Dronov ..... Cadet Nazarov


Synopsis:
Love blooms amidst the backdrop of Czarist Russia in Nikita Mikhalkov's The Barber of Siberia. Opening in 1905, a woman writes a letter to a young man in military school, who is currently being punished for refusing to say that Mozart is a bad composer. She has an important story to tell him, and our story flashes back 20 years to Russia, where American Jane Calllahan (Julia Ormond), is traveling to Moscow. Jane's father, Douglas McCracken (Richard Harris), is trying to perfect a machine that will harvest trees from the vast Siberian forests. Douglas, however, hopes Jane can charm Gen. Radlov (Alexei Petrenko), the head of a Russian military academy, into arranging the financing that will enable him to complete his work on the harvester. En route, Jane meets a friendly Russian soldier, Andrei Tolstoy (Oleg Menshikov), and the two soon fall in love. Radlov is also fond of Jane, enough so that he's asked her to marry him; when it becomes evident she'd rather be with Tolstoy, he finds himself shipped off to Siberia after allegedly attacking a grand duke. Merging romance, costume drama and slapstick comedy, The Barber of Siberia was screened at the 1999 Cannes Film Festival.




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