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    Taras bulba

    • Year Released: 2009
    Taras Bulba (Russian: Тарас Бульба) is a historical drama film, based on the novel Taras Bulba by Nikolai Gogol. The movie was filmed on different locations in Ukraine such as Zaporizhia, Khotyn and Kamianets-Podilskyi as well as in Poland. The official release was rescheduled several times; at first for the spring of 2008 but was finally released on April 2, 2009, to coincide with Gogol’s bicentennial. The author's edition of 1842 (considered more pro-Russian), expanded and rewritten (into the text most readers know), was used for the film. The film was partly financed by the Russian Ministry of Culture and has been criticized in Ukraine for being a part of political propaganda "resembling leaflets for Putin". While the Polish characters in the movie speak Polish, the Ukrainian Cossacks are presented as speaking only Russian. The director Vladimir Bortko, who is himself of Ukrainian origin, has also stated that the movie aimed to show that "there is no separate Ukraine": "The Russians and Ukrainians are the same people and Ukraine is the southern part of the Rus'. They cannot exist without us and we cannot without them. Now we are two states and also in the past there were such
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    With fire and sword

    • Year Released: 1999
    With Fire and Sword (Polish: Ogniem i Mieczem) is a 1999 Polish historical drama film directed by Jerzy Hoffman. The film is based on the novel With Fire and Sword, the first part in The Trilogy of Henryk Sienkiewicz. At the time of its filming it was the most expensive Polish film ever made. The story is set in the Ukrainian lands of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth of the 17th century during the Khmelnytsky Uprising 1648-51. A Polish knight Skrzetuski and a Cossack otaman Bohun fall in love with the same woman, Helena. Their rivalry unfolds against the backdrop of a Cossack uprising led by Bohdan Khmelnytsky aimed at reclaiming the control of the land from the hands of the Polish nobles. Historic events form a framework for an action- and character-driven plot, and fictional characters mingle with historic ones. The movie, conversely to the book, does not finish with the great face-off in the form of the Battle of Beresteczko. The movie has been criticized for introducing some factual inaccuracies. One of the least accurate sections of the film is Hoffman's presentation of the first battle between the Poles and the Cossacks - the Battle of Zhovti Vody. The movie suggests that
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    A driver for vera

    • Year Released: 2004
    A Driver for Vera (Russian: Водитель для Веры, Voditel dlya Very) is a Ukrainian-Russian co-produced film from 2004, directed and written by Russian Pavel Chukhrai. This fact led to the film being rejected as Ukraine's entry for the Foreign Film Academy Awards category for 2005, due to a rule which states that "the submitting country must certify that creative talent of that country exercised artistic control of the film." The plot of the film is set during the Khrushchev Thaw in the former Soviet Union, and concentrates on a young cadet in the Red Army named Viktor (Igor Petrenko) who becomes a chauffeur for his general (Bohdan Stupka) and begins a relationship with the general's daughter, Vera (Alena Babenko). Viktor becomes involved in a plot by the KGB, and a KGB agent (Andrei Panin) pushes Viktor to spy on the general for their purposes. The film received mixed reviews from American critics. Entertainment magazine Variety referred to the film as "more off-putting than enthralling" and noted that while the film has been compared to the Academy Award–winning Burnt by the Sun, it lacked a main character that a viewer could identify with. Variety also commented that Viktor's
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    An ancient tale: when the sun was a god

    • Year Released: 2003
    An Ancient Tale: When the Sun Was a God (Polish: Stara baśń: Kiedy słońce było bogiem) is a 2003 Polish film, directed by Jerzy Hoffman. The film is based on an 1876 novel, Stara baśń, by Józef Ignacy Kraszewski. It is also known as 'The Old Fairy Tale: When The Sun Was God.' The film was released in the UK on July 18, 2011 under the title 'Army of Valhalla.' An Ancient Tale: When the Sun Was a God takes place in pre-Christian Poland, when various Slavic tribes lived in lands that would later become the nation of Poland; at a time when each tribe worshipped its own deities. A cruel prince, Popiel, and his scheming wife will do anything in their power to pass control of this land to their son. (According to legend, Popiel will ultimately be eaten by mice.) The commander of Popiel's army, Piastun, opposed to the crimes and intrigues that Popiel orders him to commit upon the people to guarantee the succession, turns on Popiel. Popiel seeks revenge upon his old commander, but Piastun is rescued from death by a young hunter and warrior, Ziemowit Piastowic. Ziemowit has spent years living with the Vikings and has only recently returned to his former homeland. Ziemowit falls in love with
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    Chantrapas

    • Year Released: 2009
    Chantrapas (Georgian: შანტრაპა) is a 2010 Georgian drama film written and directed by Otar Iosseliani. The film was selected as the Georgian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
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    East/west

    • Year Released: 1999
    East/West (French: Est-Ouest; Russian title: Восток-Запад) is a 1999 French (-Ukrainian-Russian-Spanish-Bulgarian) film directed by Régis Wargnier, starring Sandrine Bonnaire (as Marie), Oleg Menshikov (as Alexei), Sergei Bodrov Jr. (as Sasha) and Catherine Deneuve (as Gabrielle). Authors of scenario and dialogue: Rustam Ibragimbekov, Sergei Bodrov, Louis Gardel and Régis Wargnier. After the Second World War, former White Emigres are offered Soviet citizenship, amnesty, and an invitation to return to the Motherland, so that they could join in the post-war restructuring. While most of the émigrés decide to remain abroad, there are many people anxious to return to the ‘Holy Russia’. Among the returnees are Alexei Golovin (Oleg Menshikov), his French wife Marie (Sandrine Bonnaire) and their son Sergey. But Joseph Stalin's offer was merely a tactical step. On arrival in Odessa, many of their travelling companions are executed on the spot or sent to the Gulag. Alexei and his family escape this fate and are sent to Kiev simply because the Soviet authorities realise that they have much to gain from this young doctor. He will be paraded as an example, a model "returnee". This is the price
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    Ivanov

    • Year Released: 2010
    Ivanov is a 2010 film written by Vadim Dubrovicky and Michail Bartenev and directed by Vadim Dubrovicky.
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    Two in one

    • Year Released: 2007
    Two in One is a film of 2007 by Russian-Ukrainian director Kira Muratova, starring Renata Litvinova, Natalia Buzko, Bogdan Stupka and Alexander Bashirov. The film unites two different screenplays written by E. Golubev and R. Litvinova. It received "Nika" prize in 2007.
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    White bird with black mark

    • Year Released: 1971
    White Bird with Black Mark (Ukrainian: Білий Птах З Чорною Ознакою, Bilyi Ptakh z Chornoyu Oznakoyu) is a Yuriy Illyenko film released in 1970. The time period spans 1937-1947, in a western Ukrainian village home to a large Zvonar family with sons Petro, Orest and the youngest. As time goes by, Petro joins the Red Army; Orest joins UPA, and the youngest stays at home. However, their fates inevitably cross one another whether in love or in the mountains with arms.
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