The emperor, who knew his fate

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The emperor who knew his fate [Film: electronic resource]: [documentary] / director: R. Ershov; script writer: B. Romanov; operator: E. Goncharuk; sound engineer: L. Lerner; installation: T. Lukasheva; Moderator: I. Dobryakov; producer: A. Telnov; St. Petersburg studio of documentary films. - Electronic data (1 video file). - (St. Petersburg: St. Petersburg Documentary Film Studio, 2009). -
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Duration: 52 minutes 01s. Colored with black and white episodes, with sound.
On title shots: the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, the St. Petersburg Documentary Film Studio The Emperor, who knew his fate.
Original resource: The Emperor who knew his fate [Film] : [documentary] / director: R. Ershov; script writer: B. Romanov; operator: E. Goncharuk; sound engineer: L. Lerner; installation: T. Lukasheva; Moderator: I. Dobryakov; producer: A. Telnov; St. Petersburg studio of documentary films. [St. Petersburg]: St. Petersburg Documentary Film Studio, 2009. 1 videocassette (52 min.): Color with black and white episodes, with sound. Location: St. Petersburg studio for documentary films.
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The St. Petersburg Documentary Film Studio.
The documentary dedicated to the last sovereign of the Russian Empire, Nicholas II, was created in 2009 by director Roman Ershov. The authors of the film, based on documentary materials, talk about the predictions predicted by Nicholas II by several prophets at different periods of his life. The film reveals little-known facts about the biography of the emperor concerning the fulfillment of prophecies and attempts to prevent them .
I. Ershov, Roman Yurievich (film director, 1956-). II. Romanov, Boris S. (screenwriter). III. Goncharuk, Evgeny Aleksandrovich (operator, 1964-). IV. Lerner, Leonid Lazarevich (sound engineer, 1936-). V. Lukasheva, Tatyana (editor). VI. Dobryakov, Igor Georgievich (actor, 1947-). VII. Telnov, Alexey Nikolaevich. VIII. St. Petersburg studio of documentary films. IX. Russian Federation. Ministry of Culture. Nicholas II (the emperor of Russia, 1868 - 1918). 2. Power (collection). 3. Russia in the faces (collection). 4. Documentaries.
BBC 63.3 (2) 53-8я04
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