Russian movies

Immerse yourself in the world of Russian cinema with these must-watch Russian movies. From classic masterpieces to contemporary gems, discover the beauty and depth of Russian storytelling.
Russian Ark: The Russian Ark: This movie was shot in a single take. The cinematographer Tillman Buttner, used a Steadicam and high-def digital technology; joined with some 2,000 actors in a tight-wire act in which every mark and cue had to be hit without fail to get the whole film in one shot. Klaus Tattoo, Russian Ark, Twelve Dancing Princesses, 12 Dancing Princesses, Vampire Diaries Quotes, Vampire Diaries Stefan, Septième Art, Christian Grey, Samhain

Russian Ark movie review & film summary (2003) | Roger Ebert

Every review of "Russian Ark" begins by discussing its method. The movie consists of one unbroken shot lasting the entire length of the film, as a camera glides through the Hermitage, the repository of Russian art and history in St. Petersburg. The cinematographer Tillman Buttner, using a Steadicam and high-def digital technology, joined with some 2,000 actors in an tight-wire act in which every mark and cue had to be hit without fail; there were two broken takes before the third time was…

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