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ⓘ Finest, the brave Falcon is a Soviet 1976 Slavic fantasy adventure film directed by Gennadi Vasilyev based on a screenplay by Lev Potyomkin and poems by Mikhail ..




Finest, the brave Falcon
                                     

ⓘ Finest, the brave Falcon

Finest, the brave Falcon is a Soviet 1976 Slavic fantasy adventure film directed by Gennadi Vasilyev based on a screenplay by Lev Potyomkin and poems by Mikhail Nozhkin. Produced by Gorky Film Studio.

The film was loosely based on the fairy-tale The Feather of Finist the Falcon with the same name by I. Shestakov. Finest, the brave Falcon was the final project of the famous fantasy film director Alexander Rou, who wrote the script and was going to direct it, but died before the production begun. The movie was dedicated to his memory.

                                     

1. Plot

In ancient times a simple plowman lives in Russia by the name of Finist who is friends with a falcon. The falcon warns Finist about enemies who want to capture Russia. Finist successfully chases the foreign invaders away. The other side is unhappy with the emergence of a bogatyr-defender in Russia. Their chief, sorcerer Kartaus-Red Mustache sends his henchman Kastryuk the werewolf to get rid of the hero. Using deception he lures Finist into a dungeon where he enchants him and turns him into a monster.

At the Russian outpost a voivode with druzhina prepare to repel raiding enemies. For this purpose city clerk Yashku is sent to search for Finist. During his journey, Yashka meets Finists bride Alyonushka. As they go along the road together to find Finist, they meet peasant Agathon and his wife Anfisa, who at that were about to go to the fair, but fearing a monsters roar were forced to stay in the forest. Suddenly an old woman appears, Neninla, who proclaims that it is possible to make a wish on a fern and that it would be fulfilled this night. Also, the old woman says that the monster is a bewitched person and the curse will be undone if under a monsters guise he will be loved by a fair maiden. In a debate about what kind of a wish to make, Anfisa heatedly tells Agathon to "disappear off the face of the earth". Blaming Yashka for this, the next day she returns him to the outpost demanding the return of Agathon and Alyonushka follows them.

Meanwhile, Kartaus sends Kastryuk to the frontier, so that he disguised as a merchant gets inside and opens the gates to the enemies of the war-leader. But Kastryuk is uncovered by jocular old women and he is pushed into the pantry together with shrewish Anfisa.

Soon Kartaus sends his servants to capture the outpost. But this time the monster gets through by a breach to the outpost. Alyonushka, knowing that this monster is Finist, covers him with a red cloak which she wanted to gift him. The curse is coming off and Finist becomes a man again. Together with druzhina he drives away his enemies.

Sitting in a pantry, Kastryuk attempts to persuade Anfisa to help him fulfill his nefarious plans, giving her a magic comb to send the hero to sleep. Anfisa untangles Kastryuks hands and sticks a comb into Finists hair. Kastryuk transports Anfisa and sleeping Finist to Kartaus den.

Again Alyonushka goes to rescue the bogatyr. To protect the girl Yashka hires a war-lord for her. With the help of jocular old women who miraculously appear in Kartaus den, Alyonushka and Yashka free Finist. Finist sends them home and he deals with Kartaus.

                                     

2. Cast

  • Lev Potyomkin as Fingal
  • Mariya Barabanova as Nenila
  • Vyacheslav Voskresensky as Finist
  • Anna Stroganova as Veselushka
  • Mikhail Kononov as Yashka
  • Georgi Millyar as Kastryuk
  • Svetlana Orlova as Alyonushka
  • Glikeriya Bogdanova-Chesnokova as Veselushka
  • Aleksei Smirnov as Bath-attendant
  • Mikhail Pugovkin as Voyevoda
  • Mark Pertsovsky as Kartaus
  • Lyudmila Khityaeva as Anfisa
  • Georgi Vitsin as Agafon
                                     
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