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SAN PIETROBURGO

by Giuliano Montaldo

synopsis

St. Petersburg 1860. The writer Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky meets Gusiev, a young terrorist being treated in a psychiatric hospital. Gusiev confesses that his comrades are planning to kill one of the Tsar’s relatives. The young man also gives Dostoevsky the address of Aleksandra, their leader. Dostoevsky must convince her to stop this attack. The writer is at his wits end, hounded by his creditors, under pressure to deliver his next book and plagued by frequent attacks of epilepsy. By day, with the help of Anna Grigoryevna, a young stenographer, he dictates “The Gambler”. At night he continues his desperate search for the terrorist group.

international title: San Pietroburgo
original title: I demoni di San Pietroburgo
country: Italy
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Giuliano Montaldo
release date: IT 22/02/2008
screenplay: Giuliano Montaldo, Paolo Serbandini, Monica Zapelli
cast: Miki Manojlović, Carolina Crescentini, Anita Caprioli, Roberto Herlitzka, Filippo Timi, Pamela Villoresi
cinematography by: Arnaldo Catinari
film editing: Massimo Fiocchi
art director: Francesco Frigeri
costumes designer: Elisabetta Montaldo
music: Ennio Morricone
producer: Elda Ferri
production: Jean Vigo Italia, RAI Cinema
distributor: 01 Distribution
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