Russkiy Bunt, 1999, 130 min.
|Screenplay||Galina Arbuzova, Stanisav Govorukhin, Vladimir Zheleznikov
(based On The Novels “the Captaine’s Daughter” & “the History Of The Pugachev Rebellion” by Alexander Pushkin)
|Art Director||Alexander Tolkachev, Vladimir Yermakov|
|Peter Grinev||Mateusz Damiecki|
|Masha Mironova||Karolina Gruszka|
|Emelian Pugachev||Vladimir Mashkov|
|Alexey Shvabrin||Sergiei Makovetsky|
An epic story of adventure and romance set in late 18th Century in Russia, the reign of Catharine the Great. Young nobleman Peter Grinev must challenge a fellow officer for the love of their captain’s daughter, Masha Mironova. Grinev becomes involved with the enemy – the violent Cossack chief Emelian Pugachev, who has been impersonating the long-dead czar Peter III. After Pugachev’s two-year rebellion is crushed, Grinev now risks his life and loss of his beloved Masha.