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Bembi's Youth (DVD NTSC)

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Studio(s): Ruscico, M.Gorky Film Studio
DVD Region: ALL

Theatrical release: 1986
DVD release: 2007
Play time: 66 min.
Sound format(s): Dolby Digital 5.1, Mono
Language(s): Russian, French
Subtitles: English
Format: Widescreen, 16:9, Black & White
Genre(s): Fairytale, Children film, Family film

The second part of a two-film adaptation (“Bembi’s Childhood”, “Bembi’s Youth”) of Felix Salten’s famous fairy tale “Bambi” in a literary interpretation of Yuri Nagibin and Natalya Bondarchuk.

A beautiful film! Shot in the unique reserves of Crimea, Caucasus, lower Elbrus, Latvia and Czechoslovakia. Filming together with acclaimed masters of the screen and the stage – Inna Makarova, Lev Durov, Nikolai Burlyaev, Maris Liepa and Gediminas Taranda – were children of 4 to 8 years old, as well as 100 species of live animals: tiny frogs and beautiful deer, swift squirrels and noble elks, smart hedgehogs and timorous hares, a wise owl and stern bison…

The young deer Bambi, having turned into a beautiful grownup animal, meets a she-deer, Faline, and falls in love with her. The young couple sets out on a long and dangerous journey in search of a mysterious flower of life…

This wonderful fairy-tale film is perfect for family viewing. It teaches to love animals and nature.

Special features:

Author Felix Salten's biography;
Interview with director N. Bondarchul;
Featurette “Children's Theatre ‘Bambi’”;
Filmographies;
Photo album

Director:
Natal'ya Bondarchuk

Script:
Natal'ya Bondarchuk, Yurij Nagibin

Camera:
Aleksandr Filatov

Music:
Boris (k.) Petrov

Cast:
Nikolaj Burlyaev, Natal'ya Bondarchuk, Ol'ga Kabo, Lev Durov, Galina Belyaeva, Dmitrij Zolotukhin, Maris Liepa, Ilze Liepa, Inna Makarova, Gedeminas Taranda