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ANDREI RUBLEV (1969)

ANDREI RUBLEV <span>(1969)</span> artwork

ANDREI RUBLEV (1969)

Type Feature

Approx. Running minutes 174

Release dates 04/03/2016, 01/10/1991

BBFCInsight strong violence, threat

Genre(s) Drama

Director(s) Andrei Tarkovsky

Cast includes Anatoli Solonitsyn, Ivan Lapikov, Nikolai Grinko, Nikolai Sergeyev, Irma Raush, Nikolai Burlyayev

Summary ANDREI RUBLEV is a Russian drama set in the fifteenth century about the life of a Russian iconographer.

Cut versions One or more versions of this work have been cut. Cuts are detailed for each respective version found under "Related works".

BBFCinsight publication date 23/02/2016

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

ANDREI RUBLEV is a Russian subtitled drama set in the fifteenth century about the life of a Russian iconographer.

Violence

There is strong violence and threat in scenes of historical battle that depict characters with bloody injuries to the face, arm and body. There is brief depiction of a man being tortured on a table, as well as bodies lying on the ground after the fighting.

There is use of mild and moderate bad language ('bitch', 'bastards'), as well as moderate sex references in a scene in which a man sings about priests as 'horny stags'. There is male full frontal nudity and female breast nudity in a scene in which naturally nude characters are seen fleeing from soldiers.

Details

Title
ANDREI RUBLEV
Also known as
ANDREI RUBLYOV
Year
1969
Formats
Cinema, DVD
Distributor(s)
Artificial Eye Film Co. Ltd,ICA Projects,Columbia-Warner Dists
Classified date(s)
22/02/2016
Main language
Russian
Other languages
Italian
BBFC reference
AZF199100

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