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"Poor Nastya" / "Bednaya Nastya"

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Пт 27 май 2005, 07:59
от LikaN
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POOR NASTYA
Bednaya Nastya

The story of "Bednaya Nastya" is set in the XIX century and features a whole tangle of various genres: romance, detective, historical drama and whatnot. The main plot of this soap-opera turns around a young and of course beautiful girl named Anna Platonova - a serf that was brought up by her patron Baron Korf who treated her like his own daughter, much to the seeming displeasure of his son Vladimir. Upon entering the High Society and meeting a noble young man Mikhail Repnin Anna doesn't even guess what kind of ordeals her life is going to go through... Love, hatred, betrayal, murder - it all has something to do with the mysterious Nastya that is being looked for during the whole series. But, as it usually happens, this massive 120-eps soap ends well, with love found, evil punished and justice triumphing.
Written by Ksenia Shomnikova


Directed by: Yekaterina Dvigubskaya, Stanislav Libin, Anna Plotkina, Peter Shtein, Alexander Smirnov

Writing credits: Tita Bell , Sergey Kaluzhanov, Linda Schreyer, Lisa Seidman, Elizabeth Snyder (as Betsy Snyder).

Cast (in credits order):
Elena Korikova ... Anna Platonova
Daniil Strakhov ... Baron Vladimir Ivanovich Korf
Hidden text: show
Pyotr Krasilov ... Prince Mikhail Aleksandrovich Repnin
Dmitri Isayev ... Grand Duke Alexander
Olga Ostroumova ... Princess Maria Alekseevna Dolgorukaya
Aleksandr Filippenko ... Andrey Platonovich Zabaluev
Yekaterina Klimova ... Princess Natalia Repnina
Anton Makarsky ... Prince Andrey Petrovich Dolgorukiy
Ludmila Kurepova ... Princess Sonya Petrovna Dolgorukaya
Anna Tabanina ... Princess Elisaveta Petrovna Dolgorukaya
Alyona Bondarchuk ... Empress Alexandra
Viktor Verzhbitskiy ... Emperor Nikolay I
Anna Gorshkova ... Polina Penkova
Dmitri Shevchenko ... Karl Modestovich Schuller
Albert Filozov ... Baron Ivan Ivanovich Korf
Igor Dmitriyev ... Obolenskiy
Vladimir Kachan ... Count Aleksander Kristoforovich von Benckendorff
Aleksandr Kalyagin ... Vasiliy Zhukovsky
Marina Aleksandrova ... Princess Maria Gessen-Darmschtadt
Marina Kazankova ... Olga Kalinovskaya
Olga Syomina ... Tatyana Verevkina
Teona Dolnikova ... Rada
Emmanuil Vitorgan ... Prince Pyotr Dolgorukiy
Svetlana Toma ... Sychykha
Nina Usatova ... Varvara


Source: http://www.imdb.com

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Пт 27 май 2005, 10:45
от Poisy
Gloria:Hi everybody!
I'm Gloria from China.Now our TV station is playing BN.Very very very good serial.But one problem is just one eposide plays every night, furthermore,not plays on Sunday. :cry:
Because of the serial,Danya has many many many fans in China.
And we are all looking for DVD or VCD or script.Unfortunately,so far,no sales in China.
I found a script website,but all is in Russian. I don't know Russian. :cry:
Could anybody send me script in English?
Pls help me.Thanks.



you mean, the episode guide in English?
I dont think there's any guide in English, but you may ask for a particular episode, and I'm sure girls would love to help you here;)))

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Пт 27 май 2005, 12:47
от jelena
Do you happen to speak Spanish, Gloria?
If you do, I can solve your problem in sec. :wink:

Daniil has done an excellent job in Bednya Nastya

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Чт 02 июн 2005, 07:34
от Jane
As Bednya Nastya is now on the show on CCTV channel 8 in China, an increasing number of audience are getting to love the role of Koft and the actor himself. I think Daniil 's performance in this TV series is as excellet as his looking. I don't know if he himself will read this forum, just pls tell him that the TV series, though not closed, has turned out to be a great success in China and he has won a large number of fans here. So far as I know there are many fans looking for DVD or VCD of the TV series.
Best regards.

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Чт 02 июн 2005, 12:50
от Poisy
thanks Jane for keeping us informed!!

Bednaya Nastya was a huge suceess here also and thousands of fans are the best proof of it!!
Do you know that Danya was much involved in the directing process, and lots of scenes were actually his work for the most part? He himself has been developing the character of Korf, and he deserves to get all the appreciation for his great work!!!!

Vladimir+Anna=VovAnna

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Чт 02 июн 2005, 12:57
от Poisy
For all new-comers!

Here in Russia (and Ukraine, and Belarus, and so on), we've got this widely recognized term: VovAnna, that stems from Vladimir (Vova)+Anna:)))

Nice, isnt it?

It's absolutely useful for turning into:
VovAnna forever!
Long live VovAnna!
VovAnna rulez, etc

Don't you think? :wub:

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Чт 02 июн 2005, 15:55
от zoubou
Do you know that Danya was much involved in the directing process, and lots of scenes were actually his work for the most part?


What ???????? I didn't know that!!!!!!!!!!!!!
He has so many talents our honeypie :wub:

But.....wait a minute.Please don't tell me that he is responsable for the lack of romantic scenes between Vovanna. Because 'till this day we're sending a lot of negative energy to Bednaya Nastia's director (which we thought that was a woman) . And don't get me started for the 30 seconds finale of the series .......I'm trying to forget it :roll:

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Чт 02 июн 2005, 17:06
от Poisy
zoubou:But.....wait a minute.Please don't tell me that he is responsable for the lack of romantic scenes between Vovanna. Because 'till this day we're sending a lot of negative energy to Bednaya Nastia's director (which we thought that was a woman) . And don't get me started for the 30 seconds finale of the series .......I'm trying to forget it :roll:


No no no!!!

Danya and Lena were actually BEGGING the directors to shoot more romantic scenes, but in vain:(((

What I meant was that Danya was helping his character to develop further, he was constantly arguing with the directors here and there...
Unfortunately, romantic scenes were beyond his abilities:(

and dont even get me started on the final 30 minutes.

You know what the final would be according to Danya? (he said this in one of the interview):
To his opinion, Vladimir and Anna could not get married... At least, not that fast... The most probable way of their relations development was to send Vladimir to the Caucasus, let Anna wait, write lovely letters, etc. He'd let them live through their feelings again, and then and only then they could marry. THAT would be a real RUSSIAN end... What we ended up with was just a Hollywood dream... nothing more...

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Чт 02 июн 2005, 17:11
от jelena
Is it true he is to blame(as if we can blame him for anything :wub: ) for being dressed in that scene when anna comes to his bedroom?
He was supposed to be naked but he insisted to be dressed because that was customary in that time.
ahh :rolleyes:

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Пт 03 июн 2005, 11:28
от I_Adore_U

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Пт 03 июн 2005, 14:35
от Poisy
jelena:Is it true he is to blame(as if we can blame him for anything :wub: ) for being dressed in that scene when anna comes to his bedroom?
He was supposed to be naked but he insisted to be dressed because that was customary in that time.
ahh :rolleyes:

He is, he is to blame for being dressed in that scene, really...
The directors in this case (what a rare moment, oh my!) were insisting to get him undressed, but his arguement were: c'mon guys, this is the 19th century, the lords were not supposed to come to bed bare naked, dont mess up the historical facts!

ahhhhhhrrrggg...

as if directors were not messing up the customs in other scenes!!!!!!!!

heh heh, but we did see him a bit undressed in the morning when he woke up with Olga in his bed, remember?
heh heh

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Пт 03 июн 2005, 20:31
от alex
hey girls, some of us didn't see that scene yet! -here in serbia we'll have to wait for more episodes... :cry: :cry: :cry:
he's done an amasing job, yes... but, with how many women has he actually been in BN? Polina, Lisa.. Olga.... and he hasn't even properly kissed the love of his life - Anna?????? Isn't that insane?
And he wanted thew historical facts to be used properly... hello???? Can anyone - exept in a chopper or a plane get from Poland to St. Petersburg in half a day? Why didn't he complain about that... no, no, no .. he complained about some "naked" scenes :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Сб 04 июн 2005, 01:17
от Teuta
Poisy:
jelena:Is it true he is to blame(as if we can blame him for anything :wub: ) for being dressed in that scene when anna comes to his bedroom?
He was supposed to be naked but he insisted to be dressed because that was customary in that time.
ahh :rolleyes:

He is, he is to blame for being dressed in that scene, really...
The directors in this case (what a rare moment, oh my!) were insisting to get him undressed, but his arguement were: c'mon guys, this is the 19th century, the lords were not supposed to come to bed bare naked, dont mess up the historical facts!

ahhhhhhrrrggg...

as if directors were not messing up the customs in other scenes!!!!!!!!

heh heh, but we did see him a bit undressed in the morning when he woke up with Olga in his bed, remember?
heh heh


You see, Jelena, I told you. Well, my russian isn't so bad!

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Сб 04 июн 2005, 21:24
от Teuta
Poisy, is it usual to call any Vladimir Vova or what?
And, what does it mean Lapa?

Новое сообщениеДобавлено: Сб 04 июн 2005, 22:33
от Poisy
Yup - in Russian Vova = Volodya = Vladimir is familiar variant of Vladimir, like in English Richard = Dick, Michaele = Mike, etc;)