Taras Shevchenko

Taras Shevchenko (1951)

Growing up in a Ukrainian peasant family, knowing all hardships of serf life, young artist and poet Taras Shevchenko in the years of study clearly identifies the meaning of true art, which is to serve the interests of the people. The poems of Shevchenko are imbued with love for the common people. Fiery freedom-loving creativity of Taras Shevchenko is known throughout Russia. Nicholas I exiles the poet to the distant Caspian fort where he is to serve as an ordinary soldier and is banned from writing or drawing. In the poet's difficult days he has the support of Ukrainian soldier Skobelev, Polish revolutionary Sierakowski, captain Kosarev and the commandant of the fortress, Uskov. For the sake of his release Chernyshevsky and Dobrolyubov are hard at work. And so, the sick and aged Shevchenko is finally free. Together with Chernyshevsky and Dobrolyubov, he dreams of a bright future of the motherland, when the Russian and Ukrainian peoples throw off the chains of slavery.

Writing:
  • Igor Savchenko
Directing:
  • Igor Savchenko
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  • Release Date: 1951-12-17
  • Language: Pусский
  • Country: SU
  • Runtime: 117

Leonid Kmit

Obryadin

Marianna Strizhenova

Agafia Uskova

Aleksandr Khvylya

Pan Barabash

Nikolai Timofeyev

Nikolay Dobrolyubov

Gennadi Yudin

Provocateur

Pavel Shpringfeld

Panteleimon Kulish

Sergey Bondarchuk

Taras Shevchenko

Evgeniy Samoylov

Nikolay Speshnev

Mikhail Troyanovsky

Leonty Dubelt

Mikhail Nazvanov

Nicholas I / Alexander III

Lavrenti Masokha

Nikolay Kostomarov

Ivan Pereverzev

Zygmunt Sierakowski

Dmitri Milyutenko

Irakli Uskov

Mark Bernes

Kosarev
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