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Rated NR · 96 minutes · 2002

Drama

Told in one fluid shot, a tale, which floats like a dreamlike journey through the spaces of the majestic Hermitage in St. Petersburg, engaging real and imagined characters from Russian and European history. The nameless protagonist, a 19th-century French diplomat, guides the audience through a lost, sumptuous dream--meant to be considered and experienced as the Enlightenment period. The film-staged among some of the masterpieces of the Western Art tradition--climaxes in a pageant of color, motion, and music. For Sokurov, the Hermitage--home to generations of Romonovs and repository of so much Russian history--is the ark of the Russian soul, guarding it affectionately until the world sees better days.

Official Site: www.russianark.spb.ru/eng/index.html
Director: Aleksandr Sokurov
Writer: Boris Khaimsky and Anatoli Nikiforov
Producer: Andrei Deryabin, Jens Meuer and Karsten Stöter
Cast: Sergei Dontsov, Mariya Kuznetsova, Leonid Mozgovoy, David Giorgobiani and Aleksandr Chaban

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