White King, Red Queen

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White King, Red Queen
White King, Red Queen.jpg
Directed bySergei Bodrov
Produced byJean Kaze
Lila Kazes
Karen Shakhnazarov
Written bySergei Bodrov
Ganna Slutsky
StarringTatyana Vasilyeva
André Dussollier
Aleksei Zharkov
Armen Dzhigarkhanyan
Music byIsaak Schwarz
CinematographyFedor Aranyshev
Edited byTatyana Egorycheva
Alberto Yaccelini
Production
company
Initial Groupe
Mosfilm
Release date
1992
Running time
86 minutes
CountryRussia
LanguageRussian

White King, Red Queen (Russian: Белый король, красная королева, translit. Belyy korol, krasnaya koroleva; 1992) is a Russian film. The composer Isaak Schwarz won a Nika Award from the Russian Academy of Cinema Arts and Sciences for the film's music.

Plot[edit]

The film is set in the 1990s. A trade union delegation, led by former Institute of Marxism-Leninism employee Yekaterina, arrives in a small Swiss town. Staying in the same hotel is Grandmaster Alexey Goryunov, who had gone to the West 20 years ago and since then been hopelessly in love with Yekaterina. His feelings remain unchanged, and he asks her to stay.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  • ЛУЧШАЯ МУЗЫКА К ФИЛЬМУ, Russian Academy of Cinema Arts and Sciences, retrieved 2010-01-01. (in Russian)

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