|Genres||Biography Drama History|
|Cast||Aleksey Petrenko Anatoli Romashin Velta Line Alisa Freyndlikh Aleksandr Romantsov Yuri Katin-Yartsev Leonid Bronevoy Pavel Pankov Mikhail Danilov Mikhail Svetin Nelli Pshyonnaya Aleksey Vanin Lyudmila Polyakova Olga Grigoreva Boris Romanov Sergey Muchenikov Aleksandr Pavlov Baiten Omarov Pyotr Arzhanov Vladimir Osenev|
|Runtime||Canada:114 min, Mexico:154 min, Russia:148 min, USA:104 min, 151 min|
|Awards||1983 Berlin International Film Festival|
|Plot||Russia, 1916. Be it by craft or madness, Rasputin exercises power over the indecisive Nicholas, and the religious Czarina worships the Siberian as God. He manipulates the Czar in his relations with the Duma and influences the choice of a new premier. Rasputin assaults a baroness; her husband is jailed for defending her, and she must offer sexual favors to Rasputin to save her husband. The Czar finally orders Rasputin from St. Petersburg, but somehow he enters the palace and, in a disheveled trance, convinces the Czar to make a disastrous change in war strategy. A cadre of nobles take matters into their own hands and arrange a last dinner party for the interloping monk.... see Agoniya on IMDb|
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