The Guard (1990 film)
|Directed by||Aleksandr Rogozhkin|
|Written by||Ivan Loshchilin|
|Edited by||Tamara Denisova|
The Guard (Russian: Караул, translit. Karaul) is a 1990 Soviet drama film directed by Aleksandr Rogozhkin. It was entered into the 40th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Alfred Bauer Prize. The film is shot entirely in sepia.
The film is based on the real story of a Soviet Internal Troops soldier who killed his entire unit (the karaul) as a result of Dedovschina. The plot unfolds mostly on board of the prisoner transport rail car guarded by a unit of paramilitary conscripts.
- Aleksey Buldakov as Paromov
- Sergei Kupriyanov as Andrej Iveren
- Aleksei Poluyan as Nikolai Mazur
- Aleksandr Smirnov as Private Khaustov
- Taras Denisenko as Boris Korchenuk
- Vasili Domrachyov as Private Nishchenkin
- Andrei Zertsalov as (as A. Zertsalov)
- Renat Ibragimov as Ibragimov
- Dmitri Iosifov as Alexey Zhokhin
- Valeri Kravchenko
- Aleksey Zaytsev
- "Berlinale: 1990 Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 19 March 2011.
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