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Faust is a Russian film directed by Alexander Sokurov. Set in the 19th century, it is a free interpretation of the Faust legend and its respective literary. Drama Directed by Aleksandr Sokurov. () Johannes Zeiler in Faust ( ) Anton Adasinsky and Johannes Zeiler in Faust () Hanna Schygulla and. 10 May Aleksandr Sokurov's Faust is a version of Goethe's tragedy that won the Golden Lion at last year's Venice film festival; it is being presented as.
14 Nov Does Sokurov see Faust as the great prototype of the past century's murderous megalomaniacs, ready to sacrifice his own soul, not to mention. Faust, which won the Golden Lion at Venice in , is meant to be the final chapter of Sokurov's tetralogy on the sick nature of power. (Ironically, or perhaps . 14 Nov In the end credits, a note identifies “Faust,” Alexander Sokurov's brooding, hallucinatory, freehanded adaptation of Goethe's great allegorical.
Critics Consensus: It strays from the source, but whatever it might lack in fidelity, Aleksandr Sokurov's lengthy, ambitious Faust more than makes up in fresh. 10 Feb A surprise winner of the top prize at the recent Venice Film Festival, Aleksandr Sokurov's Faust has divided critics, leaving some groping for. From acclaimed director Alexander Sokurov (RUSSIAN ARK, THE SUN), FAUST is an hallucinatory period piece set in the early 19th century and inspired by. Событие Film screening: Faust by Alexander Sokurov, читать подробнее на сайте Афиша Лондона. 15 Nov The winner was a film that, this writer wagers, not a lot of people even heard about until the announcement. Alexander Sokurov's “Faust.” Huh?.
14 Nov Siberia-born director Alexander Sokurov is best known in the West for 's Russian Ark, a cinematic waltz through the Hermitage Museum. 8 Sep Faust Forget Marlowe, Goethe, Gounod and Murnau, or rather, lay them aside, since the idiosyncratic helmer Alexander Sokurov adds his own. 12 May Russian director and Cannes veteran Alexander Sokurov will begin shooting " Faust," the fourth and final film in his "trilogy" on the corrupting. 7 Jan Though this German legend has seen many adaptations, Sokurov's “Faust” is a worthy addition and his most playful effort to date.