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Overview

The 1968 film shows Fedor Karamazov as a stingy old man, who's three sons are after his money. The Karamazov brothers, Dmitri, a gambler, Ivan, a thinker, and Aleksei, a monk, are living through their different problems. Ivan is trying to save the world by making a story of "The Great Inquisitor". Dmitri, who lost money in gambling, is begging his father to help him. But the father gives a lot of money to his mistress Grushenka.

  1. Ivan Pyryev

    Director

  2. Fyodor Dostoevsky

    Novel

Top Billed Cast

  1. Mikhail Ulyanov

    Mikhail Ulyanov

    Dmitri

  2. Kirill Lavrov

    Kirill Lavrov

    Ivan

  3. Lionella Pyryeva

    Lionella Pyryeva

    Grushenka

  4. Valentin Nikulin

    Valentin Nikulin

    Смердяков

  5. Mark Prudkin

    Mark Prudkin

    Фёдор Павлович Карамазов

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Brothers Karamazov
Brothers Karamazov

Facts

Original Title Братья Карамазовы

Status Released

Release Information

  • December 25, 1968
    Theatrical (limited)

    Meaning

Original Language Russian

Runtime 3h 52m

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