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RUSSIAN BEAUTY

by Cesare Ferrario

synopsis

Set in the gilt extravagance of the Kremlin’s most exclusive inner sanctums, as Communism sinks into a mire of corruption and bankruptcy and Perestroika foments among the poverty-stricken masses, the impassioned demimonde beauty, Irina, like a highly prized courtesan, weaves her spell of charisma and scandalous seduction in the greatest tradition of Russian all-time heroines since Anna Karenina.

international title: RUSSIAN BEAUTY
original title: LA BELLA DI MOSCA
country: Italy, Russia
sales agent: Adriana Chiesa Enterprises (ACEK)
year: 2000
genre: fiction
directed by: Cesare Ferrario
film run: 105'
release date: IT 11/05/2001
screenplay: Viktor Erofeyev, Cesare Ferrario
cast: Ralitza Balev, Angelo Maresca, Anna Malakov, Ivana Monti, Edoardo Agnelli, Giovanni Sorenti, Igor Kostolevskij
cinematography by: Sergio Rubini (II)
film editing: Gianfranco Amicucci, Eugenio Alabiso
music: Rodolfo Matulich
producer: Liliana Innocenti
production: T.A.C. Entertainment
backing: Fora Film (RU)
distributor: Medusa Film
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