dir. Elem Klimov • 1974 • 143 min.
The demonic figure of Grigory Rasputin, the nomadic Siberian monk whose charismatic hold over the Russian imperial family at the turn of the twentieth century became the stuff of legend, looms large over this controversial account of the Romanovs’ decline and fall. Directed by Elem Klimov, the film was completed in 1974.
This movie is 143 minutes long and will be screened at both 4:30 and 7:30 p.m.