ⓘ Raspoutine (2011 film)


ⓘ Raspoutine (2011 film)

Raspoutine or is a Franco-Russian historical film about the last year of the life of one of the most enigmatic figures of Russian history of the 20th century - Grigori Rasputin.


1. Plot

.Russia, 1916. Exhausted by the First World War, shaken by internal contradictions, the Russian Empire slowly and inexorably moves toward its collapse. Some of the well-born aristocrats and members of royal family decide that the only way to save the country is to expel the famous seer and healer Grigori Rasputin from St. Petersburg. This is a simple Russian man without any formal titles, but Rasputin is very friendly with the Emperor and his wife and has a huge impact on them.

Princess Zinaida Yusupova tries to explain to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna the harmfulness of her friendship with Rasputin, trying to prove that Rasputin terribly discredits not only the entire royal power, but also the Empress personally. But all this is in vain! Rasputin regularly cures the only son of the Empress from attacks of haemophilia, and therefore Alexandra never drives out "the holy elder". Seeing that her entreaties are useless, Princess Yusupova decides to act tough. And she persuades her son Felix to organize a plot to murder Rasputin.


2. Cast

  • Irina Alfyorova – Zinaida Yusupova
  • Kseniya Rappoport – Maria "Munya" Golovina, Rasputins votaress and secretary
  • Alexander Ryazantsev – Russian Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaevich
  • Petr Gavrilyuk – Eugene Botkin
  • Konstantin Khabensky – Aron Simanovich, Rasputins personal secretary
  • Natalya Shvets – Irina Yusupova
  • Yuliya Snigir – Dora
  • Danila Kozlovsky – Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich of Russia
  • Gerard Depardieu – Grigori Rasputin Russian voice by Sergei Garmash
  • Ernst Romanov – George Buchanan
  • Filipp Yankovsky – Felix Yusupov
  • Tamara Kolesnikova – Dowager Russian Empress Maria Feodorovna
  • Anna Mikhalkova – Anna Vyrubova
  • Vladimir Mashkov – Russian Emperor Nicholas II of Russia
  • Leonid Mozgovoy – Makary the priest
  • Victor Kostetskiy – archimandrite
  • Sergey Zamorev – Boris Sturmer
  • Igor Sergeyev – Vladimir Purishkevich
  • Fanny Ardant – Russian Empress Alexandra Feodorovna Russian voice by Marina Neyolova
  • Yuri Kolokolnikov – Oswald Rayner

3. Filming

  • The main filming took place in Russia: Saint Petersburg Smolny Convent and Moika Palace and Pushkin Catherine Palace and Alexander Palace. Some scenes of the film were shot in Marseille.
  • According to Gerard Depardieu some changes to the script of the film were made personally by Vladimir Putin.
  • Raspoutine may refer to: Grigori Rasputin Rasputin 1954 film a 1954 French - Italian historical drama film Raspoutine 2011 film a Franco - Russian historical
  • Braud, le pilote Corto Maltese, la cour secrete des arcanes 2002 - Raspoutine voice Imposture 2005 - Serge Pommier Les Rois maudits 2005, TV Mini - Series
  • I Killed Rasputin French: J ai tue Raspoutine is a 1967 Italo - Franco biographical film directed by Robert Hossein. Gert Frobe stars as the main subject
  • Цитадель, 2010 as Nura the woman in labor Raspoutine Распутин, 2011 as Anna Vyrubova The PyraMMMid ПираМММида, 2011 as Mamontov s wife Selfie Селфи, 2018
  • Life 1999 and Cet amour - là 2001 both with Jeanne Moreau, and Raspoutine 2011 with Depardieu. A major success was Les Liaisons dangereuses 2003
  • of films produced in Russia in 2011 see 2011 in film 2011 in Russia Cannes film festival 2011 The full lineup guardian.co.uk. London. 2011 - 04 - 14
  • the Russian cruiser Rurik Genius Гений, 1991 as Ivan Vazhin Raspoutine Распутин, 2011 as archimandrite Bandit Petersburg Бандитский Петербург, 2000
  • lieutenant 2005 The State Counsellor Статский советник as drunk hussar 2011 Raspoutine Распутин as Felix Yusupov 2013 The Three Musketeers Три мушкетера
  • 1985 Love Letters with Intent Любовные письма с умыслом as Melita 2011 Raspoutine Распутин as Zinaida Yusupova 2016 Yolki 5 Ёлки as Yuliya Snegireva
  • 2010 . Ignat Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol 2011 . Anatoly Sidorov Raspoutine 2011 .. Nicholas II Pepel Ashes 2013 .. Igor Anatolievich