East/West

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East/West (Est-Ouest)
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Directed by Régis Wargnier
Produced by Yves Marmion
Alexander Rodnyansky
Written by Rustam Ibragimbekov
Sergei Bodrov
Régis Wargnier
Starring Sandrine Bonnaire
Catherine Deneuve
Oleg Menshikov
Bohdan Stupka
Music by Patrick Doyle
Cinematography Laurent Dailland
Edited by Hervé Schneid
Distributed by Union Générale Cinématographique (UGC)
Release dates
  • 1999 (1999)
Running time
121 minutes
Country Bulgaria
France
Russia
Spain
Ukraine
Language French
Russian
Budget $9,150,000
Box office $9,424,599[1]

East/West (French: Est-Ouest; Russian: Восток-Запад) is a 1999 French-Ukrainian-Russian-Spanish-Bulgarian film directed by Régis Wargnier, starring Sandrine Bonnaire (as Marie), Oleg Menshikov (as Alexei), Sergei Bodrov Jr. (as Sasha) and Catherine Deneuve (as Gabrielle). Authors of scenario and dialogue: Rustam Ibragimbekov, Sergei Bodrov, Louis Gardel and Régis Wargnier.

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The movie East/West is a fictional film spoken French and Russian, about a man named Alexei, who flees Russia during World War 2 and goes to France.

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Nominated
Best Film
Best Actress: Sandrine Bonnaire
Best Director: Regis Wargnier
Best Music: Patrick Doyle
Won

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