Moscow Saga

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Moscow Saga
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Directed byDmitry Barschevsky
Produced byAnton Barschevsky
Written byNatalya Violina
StarringYuri Solomin
Inna Churikova
Alexander Baluev
Music byAlexander Zhurbin
CinematographyKrasimir Kostov
Risk Film and Video Studio
Distributed byChannel One Russia
Release date
  • October 11, 2004 (2004-10-11)
Running time
1144 minutes

Moscow Saga (Russian: Московская сага) is a Russian television series, loosely based on the eponymous trilogy Vasily Aksyonov. The shooting took place in the winter and spring of 2004, the premiere took place from 11 October to 12 November 2004 on Channel One Russia. [1]


The movie shows the fate of a family medicine professor Boris Nikitich Gradov since the mid-1920s to mid-1950s against the background of the new history of the Soviet state.

Boris Nikitich Gradov, Professor of Medicine, one of the outstanding Soviet surgeons, representative of the dynasty of Russian doctors. The sons and daughter of the surgeon did not continue the family tradition by choosing other professions. The eldest son became a military Nikita, Kirill, theoretician of Marxism, daughter Nina — writer.[2]



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