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This article can be expanded from the corresponding article '''Дикое поле (фильм, 2008)''' [ru] in the Russian Wikipedia
Wild Field
Дикое поле (Wild Field)) film poster.jpg
Russian language film poster
Russian: Дикое поле
Directed byMikheil Kalatozishvili
Produced by
  • Mikheil Kalatozishvili
  • Andrey Bondarenko
  • Sergey Snezhkin
Screenplay by
  • Pyotr Lutsik
  • Aleksey Samoryadov
Music byAleksey Aygi
CinematographyPyotr Dukhovskoy
Edited byDmitri Dumkin
Studio Barmalei
Release date
  • June 12, 2008 (2008-06-12) (Kinotavr Sochi
    Open Russian Film Festival)
Running time
108 minutes

Wild Field (Russian: Дикое поле) is a 2008 Russian film directed by Mikheil Kalatozishvili[1] from a well-known 1990s script by the late Pyotr Lutsik and Aleksey Samoryadov, and stars Oleg Dolin, Roman Madyanov, and Yuriy Stepanov.


Idealistic and young Doctor Mitya (Oleg Dolin) goes to work in a remote steppe region of Kazakhstan. He brings a modicum of civilization to a barbaric world mired in alcoholism and violence. The physician expects his fiancée to join him there. At last, she arrives, only to let him know that she had met another man whom she wants to marry. An existential crisis ensues. The most sympathetic character in the village brutally stabs the doctor in the stomach.


  • Oleg Dolin as Mitya
  • Roman Madyanov as Ryabov
  • Yuriy Stepanov as Fyodor Abramovich
  • Alexander Adol'fovich Ilyin as Alexander Ivanovich
  • Aleksandr Ilyin, Jr. as Petro
  • Daniela Stoyanovich as Katya
  • Irina Butanayeva as Galina
  • Ilya Sherbinin as Panko
  • Aleksandr Korshunov as Man with cow
  • Pyotr Stupin as Philip I.
  • Volodymyr Yavorsky as Shepherd Stepan
  • Igor Yavorsky as Shepherd Nikolay Smagin
  • Juris Lautsinsh as "Angel"


Despite the film's slow pacing, Wild Field was widely praised by Russian critics for its cinematography and exploration of existentialist angst.[2] The film won multiple Nika Awards including the "Best Screenplay" (Lutsik and Samoryadov), "Best Actor" (Oleg Dolin) and "Best Music" (Aleksei Aigi) categories.[3] It also won the "Best Feature Film" Golden Eagle Award.[4] At the 65th Venice International Film Festival the film won the Art Cinema Award.[5]


  1. ^ Mark Deming. "Wild Field (2008) - Mikhail Kalatozishvili - Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related - AllMovie". AllMovie. Retrieved 5 October 2015.
  2. ^ "Дикое поле –  Журнал "Сеанс"". Журнал «Сеанс». Retrieved 5 October 2015.
  3. ^ "Nika Award - 2008 - Winners & Nominees". Retrieved 5 October 2015.
  4. ^ Номинанты Премии "Золотой Орел" за 2009 год [Nominees for the Prize "Golden Eagle Award" for 2009] (in Russian). National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia. Archived from the original on 2011-09-28. Retrieved 2011-02-08.
  5. ^ "65th Venice Film Festival 2008 - FilmAffinity". FilmAffinity. Retrieved 5 October 2015.

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