Dama S Sobachkoy

Overview

The lady of the title is beautiful Anna Iya Savvina, who is vacationing in turn-of-the-century Yalta. Each day, Anna walks her dog...and each day, she is worshipped from afar by Moscow banker Dmitri Alexsei Batalov. Despite the fact that both are married, Anna and Dmitri embark upon an affair. The summer romance ends, but the memory lingers. When the lovers are reunited in Moscow, both realize that to make their ardor a matter of public record would be a major mistake. Their exquisite summer affair coarsens into ...
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Overview

The lady of the title is beautiful Anna Iya Savvina, who is vacationing in turn-of-the-century Yalta. Each day, Anna walks her dog...and each day, she is worshipped from afar by Moscow banker Dmitri Alexsei Batalov. Despite the fact that both are married, Anna and Dmitri embark upon an affair. The summer romance ends, but the memory lingers. When the lovers are reunited in Moscow, both realize that to make their ardor a matter of public record would be a major mistake. Their exquisite summer affair coarsens into a series of furtive clandestine meetings. Based on a story by Anton Chekhov, Lady with the Dog was originally released in the USSR as Dama S Sobachoy.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/16/2008
  • UPC: 736899121426
  • Original Release: 1959
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  • Source: Facets
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: B&W / Full Frame
  • Language: Russian
  • Time: 1:29:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 19,238

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Alexei Batalov Dmitri Gurov
Iya Savvina Anna Sergeyovna
Ala Chostakova Wife
Nina Alisova Mme. Gurov
Panteleymon Krymov
Yuri Medvedev
Yakov Gudkin
Vladimir Erenberg
Technical Credits
Josef Heifitz Director
Ye Bazhenova Editor
Iosif Heifitz Screenwriter
I. Kaplan Art Director
B. Manevich Art Director
Dmitri Meskhiyev Cinematographer
Andrei Moskvin Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Lady With the Dog
1. Opening Credits [1:17]
2. Lady With the Dog [4:05]
3. First Encounter [6:57]
4. One Week Later [6:25]
5. Regrets [8:51]
6. First Farewell [7:21]
7. Remembrance [6:13]
8. Frou-Frou [3:26]
9. Secrets [4:48]
10. What Is Love? [7:25]
11. Saratov [7:08]
12. Reunion [7:59]
13. Love Letters [5:11]
14. Rendez-Vous [5:53]
15. Goodbye [4:45]
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