Belated Flowers

Belated Flowers (1970)


  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Release Date: 1970-01-19
  • User Rating: 3/10 from 2 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 35min
  • Language: Pусский
  • Production Company: Mosfilm
  • Production Country: Soviet Union
  • Director: Abram Room
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Summary

Based on the novel of the same name by Anton Chekhov. Princess Mariya fell in love with doctor Toporkov, who was treating her, in the recent past the serf of her family. Now he has become a celebrity and is only concerned about buying a new home profitably. He does not notice her love and marries a rich merchant. The princess in love comes to see Toporkov and opens to him. Her strong feeling touches Toporkov’s hardened heart, he leaves his wife and leaves the princess abroad.

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  • Irina Davidoff

    as Marusya
  • Aleksandr Lazarev

    as Toporkov
  • Olga Zhiznyeva

    as princess Priklonskaya
  • Aleksandr Khanov

    as Nikifor
  • Valeriy Zolotukhin

    as Yegorushka
  • Inna Ulyanova

    as Kaleriya Ivanovna
  • Zoya Vasilkova

    as Toporkov's wife
  • Anatoli Verbitsky

    as lawyer
  • Ivan Zhevago

    as cook of the Priklonsky family
  • Lyubov Kalyuzhnaya

    as maid of the Priklonsky family
  • Džilda Mažeikaitė

    as Lulu
  • Tatyana Lukyanova

    as Frosya
  • Nikolai Pazhitnov

    as professor
  • Vsevolod Tyagushev

    as Furov
  • Irina Shalyapina-Baksheyeva

    as matchmaker
Writing Abram Room Writer
Directing Abram Room Director
Sound Aleksandr Pavlov Sound
Costume & Make-Up Lyudmila Kusakova Costume Design
Art Gennady Myasnikov Production Design
Costume & Make-Up Tatyana Kovrigina Makeup Artist
Camera Leonid Kraynenkov Director of Photography
Editing Tatyana Zinchuk Editor
Camera Robert Ruvinov Camera Operator
Writing Anton Chekhov Novel

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