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Balakirev the Buffoon

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Balakirev the Buffoon
Balakirev the Buffoon.jpg
Directed byMark Zakharov
Produced byFelix Kleiman
Vladimir Dostal
Written byGrigori Gorin
StarringOleg Yankovsky
Aleksandr Zbruyev
Nikolai Karachentsov
Music bySergei Rudnytsky
CinematographyEugene Guslinsky
Vladimir Fostenko
Alexey Naydenov
July Olshvang
Production
company
Release date
2002
Running time
162 minutes
CountryRussia
LanguageRussian

Balakirev The Buffoon (Russian: Шут Балакирев, romanizedShut Balakirev) is a 2002 Russian televised version of 1999 Lenkom theatrical presentation, written by Grigori Gorin.[1] Theatrical version directed by Mark Zakharov, televised version by Nikolay Skuyibin.

Plot

Buffoon of the court circle, Ivan Balakirev,[2] is a constant participant of the Tzar's festivities and buffoonery. Under the will of the circumstances he was drawn into the intricate relations inside the court and inside the royal family ...

Cast

Balakirev in reality

Based on a real story set time in a Peter The Great era.

Ivan Alexandrovich Balakirev was a trusted servant of Peter I and Catherine I since 1699. In the time of the empress Anne he became an official court buffoon.

One of the version around the Balakirev surname etymology is that it formed from Bala kire, a tatar for stubborn kid.

Ksenofont Polevoy published a book entitled Collection of anecdotes by Balakirev, using the real name of Ivan Balakirev as his pseudonym. It's in fact a collection from various people and sources.

References

  1. ^ "Шут Балакирев". Ленком (официальный сайт). Archived from the original on 16 October 2012. Retrieved 2012-07-25.
  2. ^ Балакирева полное собрание анекдотов шута, бывшего при дворе Петра Великого. Москва. 1839. В типографии Кириллова. 72 (12)
  3. ^ "Aleksandra Zakharova: 'You Can Never Lie in Theatre'". Archived from the original on 23 May 2008. Retrieved 12 August 2008.

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