See the full list. In the Soviet Union in , shadow of Stalin's repressions lie on a famous revolution hero. The accusations of being him a foreign spy are nonsense, and all known that, but a slow process of his life's downfall is already running. Strangers on a train. Late in , a brave and idealistic Russian officer in his 20s comes to his superiors' attention when he stands up to Rasputin at a nightclub. He's asked to carry
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See the full list. In the Soviet Union in , shadow of Stalin's repressions lie on a famous revolution hero. The accusations of being him a foreign spy are nonsense, and all known that, but a slow process of his life's downfall is already running. Strangers on a train. Late in , a brave and idealistic Russian officer in his 20s comes to his superiors' attention when he stands up to Rasputin at a nightclub.
He's asked to carry Based on the Fyodor Dostoevsky novel about a young woman who leaves her family to live with her lover whose father dead set on keeping them apart. At the turn of the century, a young Russian cadet falls in love with an American beauty, endangering his career and even their lives.
Artist Pavel Alekseevich and his wife Nina spend their holidays in a small boarding house. For him, it is an opportunity to collect thoughts and paint a new picture. Nina has an affair with another man. A waitress from the provincial railway station falls in love with an accidental passenger.
Before this passenger lies the menace of distant prison for the crime he didn't commit. Twelve jurors must decide the fate of a Chechen adolescent charged with murdering his stepfather. On the eve of his fortieth birthday, a man realizes nothing he has achieved in his life has amounted to very much. A stubborn traffic inspector rigidly adheres to traffic rules and gets on the wrong side of a driver.
The events take place in one of the small provincial Russian towns in the middle of the 19th century. Ivan Khlestakov, a young rake from Petersburg, passing through puts up at the local inn.
He had lost all his money at gambling and has nothing to pay for accommodation and meals or for the road to his destination. But nevertheless he demands that all the services should be rendered.
Rumours of the metropolitan insolent fellow reach the governor of the town who has already received the news of the official coming from Petersburg the day before. It is said that he will arrive in the town incognito with a thorough inspection. Being absolutely sure that Khlestakov is exactly the inspector whom they are waiting for, the governor invites the young man to his house and gives a luxurious reception in his honour together Sign In.
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The Government Inspector
Based upon an anecdote allegedly recounted to Gogol by Pushkin ,  the play is a comedy of errors , satirizing human greed, stupidity, and the extensive political corruption of Imperial Russia. The dream-like scenes of the play, often mirroring each other, whirl in the endless vertigo of self-deception around the main character, Khlestakov, who personifies irresponsibility, light-mindedness, absence of measure. The publication of the play led to a great outcry in the reactionary press. It took the personal intervention of Tsar Nicholas I to have the play staged, with Mikhail Shchepkin taking the role of the Mayor. According to D. Mirsky , The Government Inspector "is not only supreme in character and dialogue — it is one of the few Russian plays constructed with unerring art from beginning to end.
The Government Inspector , also known as The Inspector General or Revizor or in German Der Revisor , is a satirical play by the Russian and Ukrainian playwright and novelist Nikolai Gogol , published in and revised for the edition. Based upon an anecdote allegedly recounted to Gogol by Pushkin , the play is a comedy of errors , portraying human greed, stupidity, and the deep corruption of powers in Tsarist Russia. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Cover of the first edition. Nikolai Gogol.