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Sunstroke (2014 film)

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Sunstroke
Sunstroke (2014 film).jpg
Russian film poster
Directed byNikita Mikhalkov
Produced by
Screenplay by
Based onSunstroke and
Cursed Days
by Ivan Bunin
StarringMartinsh Kalita
Viktoriya Solovyova
Anastasiya Imamova
Sergey Serov
Kseniya Popovich
Andrey Popovich
Music byEduard Artemyev
CinematographyVladislav Opelyants
Edited bySvetolik Zajc
Production
company
Studio Trite
Distributed byDreamTeam Media
Release date
  • 3 October 2014 (2014-10-03) (Serbia)
  • 9 October 2014 (2014-10-09) (Russia)
Running time
180 minutes
CountryRussia
LanguageRussian
Budget$24 million
Box office$1.7 million[1]

Sunstroke (Russian: Солнечный удар, translit: Solnechnyy udar) is a 2014 Russian drama film directed by Nikita Mikhalkov, starring Martinsh Kalita and Viktoriya Solovyova. It is set in Russian Empire during the Red Terror in 1920, with flashbacks to 1907, and is loosely based on the story Sunstroke and the book Cursed Days by Nobel Prize-winning Russian writer Ivan Bunin. The film was selected as the Russian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards but it was not nominated.[2]

Plot

The story is set in a prisoner-of-war camp in November 1920, in the Crimea, after the evacuation of the White Army, with several thousand White officers left behind on the peninsula. The officers are unaware of their impending doom, waiting for their fate to be decided by the Red Army officials.[3] One of them — an unnamed poruchik (Martinsh Kalita) — is haunted by the memories of a dramatic and brief love affair occurred in 1907, and tries to understand how the Russian Empire fell apart and who is to blame. His musing comes to an end when all the White officers board an old barge, which the Reds take down in the Black Sea, and all officers perish.

Cast

In order of appearance in main titles:

  • Martinsh Kalita as a poruchik (i.e. Lieutenant)
  • Viktoriya Solovyova as beautiful stranger
  • Sergei Karpov as Egoriy (Georgiy Sergeevich as a child)
  • Anastasiya Imamova as Tatyana
  • Sergey Serov as a priest
  • Kseniya Popovich as Olya
  • Andrey Popovich as Petya
  • Aleksandr Ustyugov as Vladimir Yumatov, a navy officer
  • Aleksandr Oblasov as a steward
  • Aleksandr Borisov as a sailor
  • Maksim Bityukov as Trigorin
  • Vitaliy Kishchenko as a cavalry captain
  • Denis Vasilev as a student
  • Aleksandr Adabashyan as a photographer
  • Eduard Artemyev as a photographer assistant
  • Kristina Kirillova as Lizonka
  • Miloš Biković as baron Nikolay Alexandrovich Gulbe-Levitsky (Koka), a podporuchik (i.e. Second Lieutenant) of the Life Guard Uhlan Regiment of Her Majesty
  • Avangard Leontiev as fakir (prestidigitator)
  • Kirill Boltaev as Yesaul (i.e. Cossack Captain)
  • Aleksandr Michkov as Junker (i.e. Cadet)
  • Aleksey Dyakin as Georgiy Sergeevich (Egoriy as an adult)
  • Miriam Sekhon as Rosalia Zemlyachka
  • Sergey Bachurskiy as Béla Kun
  • Vladimir Yumatov as colonel

Production

Music

The musical score for Sunstroke was composed by Eduard Artemyev, who has collaborated with Mikhalkov on numerous movies (At Home Among Strangers, An Unfinished Piece for a Player Piano, Burnt by the Sun, The Barber of Siberia, etc.).

A leading tune accompanying Lieutenant's romantic feelings – toward his bride and the beautiful stranger – is a popular mezzo-soprano aria from Camille Saint-Saëns's opera Samson and Delilah called "Mon cœur s'ouvre à ta voix" ("My heart opens itself to your voice"), sung by Delilah as she attempts to seduce Samson into revealing the secret of his strength.

Also included in the soundtrack is the version of Nikolai Devitte's romance "Ne Dlya Menya" (Not for Me), performed by Mikhalkov himself, backed by the Kuban Cossack Choir.[4] This song has been already used by the director; in his 1979 film Five Evenings it was sung by the Stanislav Lyubshin character.[5]

Release

The world premiere took place on October 3, 2014 in Belgrade, Republic of Serbia. The premiere of the film in the Russian Federation took place on October 4, 2014; the film was released in wide distribution on October 9, 2014. The television premiere took place on November 4, 2014 on the Russia-1 television channel. In 2015, the Russia-1 channel premiered the 5-episode version of the film Sunstroke.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Солнечный удар". KinoPoisk. Retrieved 7 November 2014.
  2. ^ Holdsworth, Nick (22 September 2015). "Oscars: Russia Nominates 'Sunstroke' for Foreign-Language Category". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 22 September 2015.
  3. ^ Werth, Nicolas (21 March 2008). "Crimes and Mass Violence of the Russian Civil Wars (1918–1921)". Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence. ISSN 1961-9898. Retrieved 17 November 2014.
  4. ^ Kondrashov, Alexander. Не для меня. Literaturnaya Gazeta review. No. 45, 2014
  5. ^ Milova, Evgenya. Направление удара. www.kommersant.ru

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