Author Topic: Jack Frost's Nastenka today and other Russo-Finnish fun.  (Read 4704 times)

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Re: Jack Frost's Nastenka today.
« Reply #15 on: October 20, 2008, 02:04:35 PM »
That was supposed to be science fiction?



Hence the Sci-Fi name change and this poster. A good deal of footage was removed from the original including musical scenes and parts where the heros were shown as being weak or having flaws.
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Re: Jack Frost's Nastenka today and other Russo-Finnish fun.
« Reply #16 on: December 05, 2013, 07:01:56 PM »
I'm really sorry to resurrect this long-dead thread, but...

You know, Christmastime & all that. And this movie had...some snow. Not a lot, but some. And Frost in the title. Which makes it really wonderful that the titular character showed up for the last scene of the movie.

So anywho. The lady that played Marfushka, Inna Churikova, co-wrote a screenplay for a Russian film about the Romanov family. She was quite pretty in her own way. A little more Shelley Duvall than Marilyn Monroe, but still pretty.



Natalia Sedykh did a little interview on the "Morozko" DVD & she was still pretty, if a little bit haggard looking at the time.
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