Ruslan and Ludmila (film)
|Ruslan and Ludmila|
|Directed by||Aleksandr Ptushko|
|Produced by||Arkady Ashkinazi|
|Written by||Aleksandr Ptushko
Alexander Pushkin (poem)
|Music by||Tikhon Khrennikov|
It is the last film of the director who created a large number of film fairy tales. According to film critics, "Ruslan and Ludmila" is top of works of the director.
The two-part screen version of the poem of the same name includes large-scale battle scenes, uses a large number of original scenery and suits. In the movie tricks of stuntmen and innovative methods of the combined shootings were used: the flying dwarf Chernomor, a talking head of a giant athlete.
The hero of the movie is the bogatyr Ruslan who moves off in searches of the kidnapped bride Ludmila. On the way of it wait for dangerous adventures, he should battle to the sorcerer Chernomor, the sorcerer Naina and to rescue the darling.
- 1976 — the International film festival of children's and youthful movies in Salerno (Italy) — a special award of jury
The edition on video
In 1990 in the USSR the movie is released on VHS by the film association "Krupnyy Plan".
- Ruslan and Ludmila at the Internet Movie Database
- Ruslan and Ludmila at AllMovie
- Ruslan And Ludmila at Cinema Strikes Back
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