ⓘ Gogol. Terrible Revenge. Gogol. A Terrible Vengeance is a 2018 fantasy action horror mystery thriller film directed by Egor Baranov and starring Alexander Petro ..

Gogol. Terrible Revenge

ⓘ Gogol. Terrible Revenge

Gogol. A Terrible Vengeance is a 2018 fantasy action horror mystery thriller film directed by Egor Baranov and starring Alexander Petrov in the title role. It is the third and the final film in the title trilogy. The film’s plot follows a resurrected Nikolai Gogol as he continues to try to find and stop the murderous and mysterious Dark Horseman, with the returning help of Inspector Yakov Petrovich Guro, only to stumble upon a shocking truth. The film was released in Russia and worldwide on August 30, 2018 and has received positive reviews.


1. Plot

The series begins with cutting frames from Gogols films. Start and Gogol. Viy: the Arrival of the Dark rider and killing the first victim of the Horseman, the conversation Yakov Petrovich Guro Gogol about the Rider, first acquaintance Guro Gogol, arrival in Dikanka and familiarity Yakov Petrovich and Guro with Binh, familiarity with Gogol Danishevsky, swinging on the swings at the Oak tree with Lisa, the first murder in Dikanka, the battle of Guro in a burning house with the Rider, opening the chest, Yakov Petrovich, ad special provisions in Dikanka, Vasilina meeting with the witch Uliana, output mavok from the pond, the battle with the Wii, the murder of women Rider, the fall of Gogol lethargy.


1.1. Plot Chapter five. Riders Lair

Soon after Gogol’s death, Binh names him guilty for the deaths of the Cossacks and the young women at the hands of the Dark Horseman, since he was the one who ordered them to be hidden in the barn. Bomgart is unable to perform a post-mortem analysis on the Gogol’s body, while Vakula’s daughter Vasilina who secretly has magic abilities proclaims denial about Gogol’s demise.

Gogol’s body is buried at Dikanka’s graveyard, with Binh, Vakula, Bogmart, and Lisa presiding. Gogol awakens in the afterlife, where he meets his father and a noseless and bandaged man. The man tells Gogol "Live, Dark One.", resurrecting him. Gogol manages to get out of the coffin while the appalled crowd looks on. Gogol is soon arrested by Binh, who presumes him as the Dark Horseman, and locked up at the police headquarters. Yakim is also willingly locked up. He reveals to Gogol that the man that resurrected him was a man with ties to his family’s past; At the time of Gogol’s birth, his father was partners with the man. When Gogol’s mother gave birth to him, he was stillborn. However the man managed to resurrect the child, and the story was kept a secret from Gogol. Meanwhile, Alexey meets Oksana whom he is able to see and offers her to keep Gogol away from Dikanka in exchange for bringing her back to life.

Villagers suddenly attack the headquarters, subduing Binh, Yakim and Binh’s partner. They attempt to burn Gogol at the stake, but Vasilina uses her abilities to create rain, saving Gogol. The villagers then try to hang Gogol, when the leader is suddenly shot in the leg. The shooter reveals himself to be Yakov Petrovich Guro, who survived the Dark Horseman’s attack as seen in the first chapter. He tells the mob to disperse, threatening them with execution and exile to Siberia, which they do. Guro reveals to Gogol that he has been manipulating the events after his presumed death in his attempt to find the real Dark Horseman. Gogol reveals that he suspects Alexei as the Horseman. As a result, Gogol, Guro and Binh decide to search Alexei’s estate. At first, they are unable to find anything, but Gogol uses his visions to find the handle which opens a passage behind the fireplace. They go through the passage, discovering a cave. Inside they find Oksana with water gushing out of her mouth, a sign that she is being resurrected. Alexei suddenly appears, and Binh shoots him dead in the chest, surprising everyone as the Dark Horseman could not be taken down easily. Oksana suddenly comes to life, only to be killed seconds later by the Horseman, who absorbs her blood, creating a vortex. When the vortex recedes, the trio are appalled to see Lisa, revealing her to be the Dark Horseman.


1.2. Plot Chapter six. Terrible Vengeance

The events of the present time and 163 years ago are shown in parallel.

163 years before the principal events of the film, the Cossack ataman is sent to repulse the Polish invaders led by sorcerer Kazimierz. Only one Cossack comes back from the whole army, saying that the Poles have broken them, the ataman was killed, and they will soon attack. The daughters of the ataman, Liza and Maria, turn to the sorceress-hermit, and she says that the Polish sorcerer can be defeated by wearing a tongued hoop: then Kazimir will lose his power and become mortal, but the price for his murder will be terrible. Nevertheless, Lisa and Maria, having crept into Casimirs tent, seize him and take him away to be surrendered. Along the way Kazimir says that his curse ends only when he loves someone, and asks Maria to let him go: if she answers him in return, he will be able to renounce witchcraft and become a man. Lisa decides to finish off the sorcerer on the spot, and enters with Maria in battle, until she falls, stumbling into the abyss. In anger, Liza beheads the Kazimir. However, his still living head tells her that she is now under the same curse and that every thirty years she needs to sacrifice twelve girls and one resurrected, not knowing death, until she falls in love herself. Maria is met in the next world by a fiery voice, telling her to go back: if she kills her sister, she can live, and until then she will wander in the guise of an old woman.

In the present day, Guro fetters Lisa with the same conjured hoop, and during the interrogation confesses that he is not going to bring her to court: on the orders of the secret society, he must deliver the immortal Horseman to St. Petersburg so that he shares the secret of eternal life with the Russian Empire. In case of refusal, he threatens to kill Gogol. After listening to the conversation, Nikolai and Binh rush to stop Yakov Petrovich, and Binh, in order not to let him carry out his plans, shoots at Lisa. Hearing from her that Gogol himself was to be the thirteenth victim, but for his love Lisa spared him and instead killed Oksana - also resurrected - Gogol removes the bewitched hoop, and Liza again becomes an immortal Horseman.

Hardly having coped with Guro, Liza, Gogol and Binh see on the threshold old woman Kristina from the village, which suddenly turns to Maria. She kills Binh and mortally wounds Gogol, and forces Liza to give her immortality to Nicholas, before decapitating her, like her sister did to Casimir. Vasilina, who sensed Gogol being in trouble, manages to save Gogol and Guro by distracting Maria long enough for Gogol to put the hoop around Marias neck, making her mortal. Impressed, Guro offers membership in a secret society, since his mission was crowned with success, because the immortal is captured. After receiving a refusal, he returns to St. Petersburg. Gogol, along with Bogmart, Valkula and Binhs assistant, bury Binh at Dikankas graveyard, promising to keep the events that happened here a secret, before departing. Gogol returns home, and inspired by Lizas praise of his work, begins to write a new novel based on his adventures.

In St. Petersburg, Gogol presents his work, titled "Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka" and receives a standing ovation. He then encounters a witch trying to kill him, but is saved by Pushkin and Lermontov. Having introduced themselves as members of a brotherhood which is at odds with Guros society, they invite Gogol to join their ranks, and he agrees.


2. Cast

  • Oleg Menshikov - investigator Yakov Petrovich Guro
  • Eugene Kapitonov - father of Bartholomew
  • Taisia Vilkova - Elizabeth Lisa Danishevskaya/Dark horseman
  • Alexander Petrov - Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol
  • Yulia Marchenko - Maria Gogol - Yanovskaya, mother of Gogol
  • Askar Nigamedzyanov - Mikhail Lermontov
  • Andrey Astrakhantsev - Vasily Gogol - Janovsky, father of Gogol
  • Artem Suchkov - Slasher
  • Anvar Libabov - noseless
  • Julia Franz - Oksana
  • Marta Timofeeva - Vasilina
  • Vsevolod Tsurilo - Taras
  • Kirill Zaitsev - Kazimierz Mazowiecki
  • Eugene Sytiy - Yakim
  • Pavel Derevyanko - Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin
  • Svetlana Kireeva - Christina
  • Artyom Tkachenko - Alexey Danishevsky
  • Oleg Gayanov - ataman of Danila
  • Dana Abyzova - Maria
  • Lyudmila Lebedeva - old woman, recluse
  • Yevgeny Stychkin - Alexander Khristoforovich Binkh
  • Jan Zapnik - Leopold Leopoldovich Bomgart
  • ISBN 978 - 1 - 885211 - 82 - 8., published September 2002 Contributor Nikolai Gogol December 30, 2003 Taras Bulba Modern Library Classics Modern Library
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  • author of the transition from romanticism to realism, Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol who was also one of the most important authors of romanticism, produced
  • having spent a whole month in Moscow, visiting among other people Nikolai Gogol to whom he recited his then - new poem Mtsyri. On arrival, Lermontov re - joined
  • Russian song about Bonnie Clyde story was released in 2015 by Vika Dove and Gogol 8DN A Korean adaptation of the Bonnie Clyde musical ran at Chungmu
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  • Ukrainian and Polish literature, particularly in the works of Nikolai Gogol Taras Bulba Taras Shevchenko, Mikhail Sholokhov, Henryk Sienkiewicz With
  • the loving Rousseau did for brotherhood. In his famous letter to N. V. Gogol Vissarion Belinsky wrote that Voltaire stamped out the fires of fanaticism
  • also inspired by his reading of Gustave Flaubert and especially Nikolai Gogol Both Sadoveanu and Gane were also indirectly influenced by Wilhelm von
  • published translations from Jaroslav Hasek Soldier Svejk and Nikolai Gogol Taras Bulba In 1957, he prefaced the collected sonnets of Mihail Codreanu
  • University Press 1978 ISBN 0 - 19 - 502212 - 2 Harvey, Rita Morley, Those Wonderful, Terrible Years: George Heller and the American Federation of Television and Radio

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