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The screens came the film adaptation of the novel “stormy weather”


Yesterday was the premiere of the series “stormy weather” – the film adaptation of the eponymous book by the famous writer Alexei Ivanov, who received the award “book of the year” and caused considerable resonance among the readers. The author of the novel adaptation saw it and liked it, which is a rarity for adaptations.

The Director of the movie was Sergei Ursulyak, who was filming “Elimination”, “Life and fate”, “the Quiet don”. Starring Alexander Yatsenko, Tatyana Lyalina, Alexander Gorbatov, Sergei Makovetsky and others.

Redaction of Elena Shubina in Instagram published a review of Ivanov the film: “It’s a very atmospheric film, and “stormy weather” as something impressive goes well with the other seasons that result is a “stereo effect” when you know “all is well”, and at the same time understand that not all is well.

Created the image of the country – a brutal, industrial and almost inhuman, and absolutely harmonious reaction of society on this environment and what to expect else? Although, I confess, everything is so tasty shot that you want to live in the apartment where from the window you can see the Smoking chimneys of the plant…

I really liked the acting. Alexander Yatsenko (he did firmly fastened to the wheel “barbujani”, it can see sideways) with his ability to Express the conscience and nerve – above all praise. Alexander Gorbatov, with its Salavatsteklo and intelligence – real Likholetov, especially when he’s with umbrella. Tatyana Lyalina impossible not to fall in love, the femininity, just fairly makes your heart ache. Of Course, Sergey Makovetsky. How he managed to razvoditsja in monster?

I really liked the situation with the soundtrack – when all is dubbed by music of the era. Great! In General, I think that was vivid and poignant story.”

“Literature news” wrote earlier that when they filmed the TV series based on the novel “Tobol”, the author insisted to have his name removed from the credits, due to the fact that its historical script, producer and Director, have been turned into melodrama.