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Russian language films
|Material Type:||Biography, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Visual material, Book|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Grigoriĭ Mikhaĭlovich Kozint︠s︡ev; I Smoktunovskiĭ; Mikhaĭl Nazvanov; Elza Radziņa; I︠U︡riĭ Tolubeev; Anastasii︠a︡ Vertinskai︠a︡; M Shostak; Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich Shostakovich; Boris Leonidovich Pasternak; William Shakespeare; Lenfilʹm.; Facets Video (Firm)
|Language Note:||In Russian with English subtitles.|
|Notes:||Based on the play: Hamlet / by William Shakespeare ; as translated into Russian by Boris Pasternak.
DVD release of the 1964 motion picture.
Booklet includes 3 short biographies by Alissa Simon (of Grigori Kozintsev, Boris Pasternak, & Dmitri Shostakovich) and an essay by Mark Sokolyansky ("Grigori Kozintsev's Hamlet and King Lear").
|Credits:||Photography, Yonas Gritsius ; music, Dmitri Shostakovich.|
|Cast:||Innokenti Smoktunovsky, Mikhail Nazvanov, Elsa Radzin, Yuri Tolubeyev, Anastasia Vertinskaya.|
|Target Audience:||Not rated by the MPAA.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (140 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (23 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.)|
|Details:||DVD, NTSC, widescreen presentation, all regions.|
|Other Titles:||Gamlet (Motion picture)
Grigori Kozintsev's Hamlet
|Responsibility:||Lenfilʹm ; st︠s︡enariĭ i postanovka Grigorii︠a︡ Kozint︠s︡eva = Hamlet / a Lenfilm production ; screenplay and direction, Grigory Kozintsev ; general producer, M. Shostak.|
"Considered by many the finest screen adaptation of Shakespeare's greatest work, Grigori Kozintsev's HAMLET is a spare, haunting interpretation based on a translation by novelist Boris Pasternak. The malevolence afoot in the state of Denmark is magnificently captured by the foreboding black and white cinematography and the dark, dramatic score by composer Dmitri Shostakovich. In addition, acclaimed Russian actors Innokenti Smoktunovsky and Anastasia Vertinskaya offer stellar, award-winning performances. Kozintsev, a peer of Eisenstein's who worked well into the 1960s, was a master of cinematic technique who finally achieved recognition at the end of his career for his stunning interpretations of Shakespeare. Leading film historian Richard Dyer wrote in the Boston Globe: 'Paradoxically, the two most powerful films of Shakespeare plays [HAMLET and KING LEAR] were made not in Great Britain but in the Soviet Union.'"--Editorial review, Amazon.com.
- Hamlet (Legendary character) -- Drama.
- Princes -- Denmark -- Drama.
- Hamlet (Legendary character)