Title: Nastya AKA: -- Year: 1993 Original title: Nastya | Настя Runtime: 1 hour 24 min Country: Russia Language: Russian Subtitles: English (srt) upload Genre: Comedy | Romance | Fantasy
Director: Georgi Daneliya
Polina Kutepova ... Nastya Irina Markova ... Nastya (after transformation) Valeriy Nikolaev ... Sasha Yevgeny Leonov ... Yakov Alekseevich Alexander Abdulov ... Teterin Galina Petrova ... Nasty mom Xenia Pinto Gomez ... Olga, sister Sasha Nina Ter-Osipyan ... Granny-fairy Norbert Kuchinke ... foreign journalist Alexander Potapov ... Maxim Savely Kramarov ... oblique Natalya Shchukina ... Valya Olga Nedovodina ... Kate Nina Grebeshkova ... Secretary Teterina Yuli Gusman ... show host Leonid Yarmolnik ... passer with a hat Roman Madyanov ... Morgunin Andrew Mezhulis ... Mymrik Michael Tryasorukov ... Shurik Alexander Adabashyan ... representative of the Ministry of Culture Yuri Rost ... broadcasters Georgi Daneliya ... writer
Plot / Synopsis
"Nastya" is a very sweet romantic fairy-tale. Anastasia Plotnikova, kind, modest and unremarkable girl, lives with the ever-ailing mother. Nastya wanted to be beautiful and was then her life changed dramatically ...
Georgi Daneliya was born on August 25, 1930 in Tbilisi, Georgia. Since 1939 the family lived in Moscow. Daneliya first earned his architect's degree from the Moscow Architecture Institute and worked as an architect. In 1956, he entered the Higher Director’s Courses at the Mosfilm Studio where his teachers were Mikhail Romm, Sergei Yutkevich, Leonid Trauberg, Yuli Raizman, and Mikhail Kalatozov. His 1964 feature I Step Through Moscow, starring Nikita Mikhalkov, is one of the most characteristic films of the Khrushchev Thaw. Among Daneliya's most popular movies are Mimino (1977), about a Georgian pilot's adventures in Moscow, and The Autumn Marathon (1979), about a translator vacillating between his wife and mistress. In 1986 he directed a sci-fi film, Kin-dza-dza!.
If DivX won't create problem to standalone player (and it should not either though I feel comfortable with Xvid codec) then, in accord to tech spec, it is nice rip. Just a thin, hairline Black bar on the top; probably variable cropping was needed during ripping. But it won't matter as it is of 4:3 Aspect Ratio especially. Thank you, Alex.