Assassin of the Tsar


1h 44m 1991

Brief Synopsis

A doctor in an insane asylum becomes fascinated with a patient, who although supposedly cured of his belief that he is the assassin of Czar Nicholas II, appears to know more than he should about the murder.

Film Details

Also Known As
Assassin du Tsar, L', Assassin of the Czar, L' Assassin du Tsar, Tsareubiitsa, Tsareubiytsa
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Dda Public Relations
Distribution Company
Blue Dolphin Film Distributors
Location
Vladimir, Soviet Union; Siberia, Soviet Union; Romanov Hermitage Palace, Soviet Union; Leningrad, Soviet Union; Mosfilm Studio, Moscow, Soviet Union

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 44m

Synopsis

A doctor in an insane asylum becomes fascinated with a patient, who although supposedly cured of his belief that he is the assassin of Czar Nicholas II, appears to know more than he should about the murder.

Crew

Alexander Ageshin

Set Designer

John Altman

Music

Oleg Belsky

Gaffer

Sergei Bessmertny

Camera Assistant

Alexander Borodyansky

Screenwriter

Benjamin Brahms

Executive Producer

Paul Carr

Rerecording Mixer

Jeff Clifford

Special Effects Supervisor

Alexander Delvig

Assistant Director

Brendan Donnison

Adr Casting (Lyps Inc)

Vladimir Dostal

Executive Producer

John Evans

Special Effects Coordinator

Stan Fiferman

Post Sync Effects Editor

Claudia Gamel

Makeup Artist

Valery Gandrabura

Production Manager

Christopher Gawor

Producer

Nina Gorbunova

Assistant Editor

Valery Grachev

Script Editor

Constantine Gregory

Post-Production Dialogue Supervisor

Galina Grigorieva

Makeup Artist

Elena Guseva

Camera Assistant

Arabella Hutter

Assistant Editor

John Iles

Dolby Stereo Consultant

Marina Izotova

Chief Accountant

Noel Kelly

Production Runner

Evgeny Kharitonov

Production Manager

Irina Kozhemyakina

Assistant Editor

Valery Kurakin

Camera Operator

Ludmila Kusakova

Art Director

Larissa Makhlayova

1st Assistant Director

Nancy Manningham

Dialogue Coach

Elena Martinova

Assistant Director

Tatyana Maximenko

Production Manager Assistant

Tatyana Maximenko

Production Coordinator

Vladimir Maximov

Assistant Sound Recordist

Igor Mayorov

Sound Recordist

Lidia Milioti

Editor

Alexander Moody

Associate Producer

Irina Morozova

Set Designer

Nikolai Nemolyaev

Director Of Photography

Andrei Nicholaev

Assistant Director

Alla Olenyova

Assistant Costume Designer

John Oxlade

Other

Anatoly Pashvikin

Stills Photographer

Alla Pavlova

Makeup Assistant

Barry Peake

Stills Photographer

Tatyana Pestova

Assistant Director

Alexander Petrov

Set Designer

Natalya Polyakova

Casting Director

Natalya Polyakova

Assistant Director

Bridget Reiss

Dialogue Editor

London Roger Cherrill Ltd

Rerecording Facility

Vera Romanova

Costume Designer

Albert Rudachenko

Special Effects Set Artist

Karen Shakhnazarov

Screenwriter

Libby Shearon

Unit Publicist

Nadezda Sherbakova

Wardrobe

Anthony Sloman

Supervising Editor

Anthony Sloman

Producer

Vyacheslav Stepanov

Other

Vyatcheslav Stepanov

Special Effects Coordinator

Igor Sushevsky

Production Manager Assistant

Igor Sushevsky

Production Coordinator

Erik Vaisberg

Producer

Sarah Vickers

Dialogue Editor

Julia Volhonskaya

Production Manager Assistant

Yelena Yegoricheva

Assistant Editor

Alexei Zernov

Script Editor

Victor Zhanov

Special Effects Cameraman

Film Details

Also Known As
Assassin du Tsar, L', Assassin of the Czar, L' Assassin du Tsar, Tsareubiitsa, Tsareubiytsa
Release Date
1991
Production Company
Dda Public Relations
Distribution Company
Blue Dolphin Film Distributors
Location
Vladimir, Soviet Union; Siberia, Soviet Union; Romanov Hermitage Palace, Soviet Union; Leningrad, Soviet Union; Mosfilm Studio, Moscow, Soviet Union

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 44m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States May 1991

Released in United States October 1991

Released in United States on Video June 14, 2005

Russian language version of film shown at Cannes Film Festival (in competition) May 9-20, 1991.

Shown at American Film Market (AFM) II in Santa Monica October 21-27, 1991.

Began shooting August 20, 1990.

Completed shooting Late February 1991.

English and Russian language versions available.

Released in United States May 1991 (Russian language version of film shown at Cannes Film Festival (in competition) May 9-20, 1991.)

Released in United States on Video June 14, 2005

Released in United States October 1991 (Shown at American Film Market (AFM) II in Santa Monica October 21-27, 1991.)