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Director: Aleksei Fedorchenko Cast: Dar’ia Ekamasova, Pavel Basov, Georgii Iobadze, Konstantin Balakirev, Oleg Iagodin, Aleksei Solonchev Awards : Prize Cine-Club Federation of Russia Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2015 Best directing Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 2015 Guilde of Russian Director Prize Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 2015 In 1934, Red Army soldiers and NKVD agents bloodily suppressed an uprising in Kazym, a town of Khanty and Nentsy in a newly established autonomous region of Western Siberia.
It was the culmination of a series of actions by the state against local native populations who had protested the imposition of recent collectivization measures.
Conversely he refused to play Stalin, feeling unable to bring any compassion to the role.
Several of his roles looked at love and infidelity: the tortured cuckold Pozdnyshev in Kreutzer Sonata (1987), and Viktor Komrovsky, Lara's lover in a TV Dr Zhivago (2006).
One of Russia's most popular screen actors, Oleg Yankovsky even attracted the tag of sex symbol, though his serious-minded approach meant that he dismissed the appellation and was always careful to distinguish between "most popular" and "best".
In Angels of the Revolution, he returns to this theme explicitly, creating a realm of often ineffably surreal and magical moments that seek to capture the essence of the two civilizations that exist alongside each other for this short period in the early 1930s.In the first, a multi-layered oneiric autobiography, Yankovsky played a loose depiction of the hero's father, the poet Arseny Tarkovsky, whose verses are heard on the soundtrack.The complex layering included casting various members of Tarkovsky's family and, as one of the children, Yankovsky's son Philip.The Soviet response is incommensurate with the actual Khanty threat, the film tells us, as an airplane is sent to bomb the Khanty rebel outpost back to the (ice)-age.In an especially heavy-handed metaphor, the airplane strafes innocent wolf-cubs trailing their mother in the snow.