Nina Ruslanova

Nina Ruslanova
Name : Nina Ruslanova
Birth Date :05 December 1945
Birth Place :Bohodukhiv, Ukraine
Nationality :NA
Height:1.65 m
Occupation:Actress

Nina Ivanovna Ruslanova is a Soviet and Russian theater and film actress. She was honored as a People's Artist of Russia.

Nina Ruslanova Movies and TV Shows

  • Afghan Breakdown [1990]

    Afghan Breakdown is a 1991 war drama film about the Soviet–Afghan War directed by Vladimir Bortko and co-produced by Italy and the Soviet Union. Michele Placido plays the protagonist, Major Bandura, a commander of a unit of Soviet paratroopers, co-starring with several popular Soviet actors.

  • Afonya [13 October 1975 (Soviet Union)]

    A useless plumber spends his days extorting customers and drinking, until he falls for a nurse who encourages him to change his behaviour and turns him into an exemplary citizen.

  • Among Grey Stones [30 September 1994 (Japan)]

    Among Grey Stones is a 1983 Soviet drama film directed by Kira Muratova. The film suffered a lot from the Soviet censorship and was edited without the acceptance of Muratova, so she refused to release it under her name - it was attributed to "Ivan Sidorov".

  • At the River [2007]

    At the River is a debut feature film directed by Eva Neymann. He entered the main program of the Moscow International Film Festival in 2007. Film-participant of the 36th Rotterdam International Film Festival in 2007.

  • Be My Husband [1982 (Soviet Union)]

    Be My Husband or is a 1981 Soviet romantic comedy directed by Alla Surikova.

  • Brief Encounters [13 July 1967 (Soviet Union)]

    A maid (Nina Ruslanova) works for the estranged wife (Kira Muratova) of a geologist (Vladimir Vysotsky) who once visited her village and whom she loves.

  • Chekhov's Motifs [26 June 2002 (Russia)]

    Chekhov's Motifs is a 2002 Russian-Ukrainian comedy film directed by Kira Muratova. It was entered into the 24th Moscow International Film Festival. It is based on two works of Anton Chekhov: the short story Difficult People is divided to frame the one act play Tatyana Repina.

  • Do Not Marry, Girls [1985]

    The farm director has a brilliant plan to keep his female workers from getting married and leaving him high and dry.

  • Do Not Shoot at White Swans [12 June 1980]

    Do not Shoot at White Swans is a 1980 Soviet drama film in two parts by the director Rodion Nakhapetov, based on the novel of the same name by Boris Vasilyev.

  • Father [2007]

    Father is a 2007 Russian drama film directed by Ivan Solovov.

  • Find and neutralize [1 August 1982]

    Find and neutralize is a 1982 Soviet action film directed by Georgy Kuznetsov.

  • Getting to Know the Big Wide World [February 1980 (Soviet Union)]

    Three people attempt to navigate personal relationships, work and love in the hope of attaining genuine happiness.

  • Heart of a Dog [20 November 1988]

    Heart of a Dog is a black-and-white 1988 Soviet television film directed by Vladimir Bortko. It is based on Mikhail Bulgakov's novel Heart of a Dog.

  • Khrustalyov, My Car! [13 January 1999 (France)]

    General Klenski is arrested in 1953 after being accused of being a participant in a plot during an anti-Semitic political campaign.

  • Kin-dza-dza! [1 December 1986 (Russia)]

    When two Russians push the wrong button on a strange alien device, they end up on the telepathic planet Pluke with its bizarre societal norms.

  • Kitayskaya babushka [26 August 2010 (Russia)]

  • Les ombres disparaissent à midi [14 February 1972]

  • Mama Don't Cry [24 February 1998 (Russia)]

    A sailor attending a wedding assaults a man who begins taking liberties with the bride.

  • Mama Don't Cry 2 [21 June 2005]

    Pre-election campaigns begin in a small coastal town. The two candidates the local Prokuror and a crime boss.

  • Melody for a Street Organ [25 February 2010 (Russia)]

  • Mit dem Kopf durch alle Wände [1984]

    The farm manager gets into hot water with the high command.

  • My Friend Ivan Lapshin [1984 (Soviet Union)]

    As a police detective in Stalinist Russia, Ivan Lapshin (Andrei Boltnev) lives a life of extremes. At home in the communal flat he shares with other families, he is a considerate, genial presence. In his love life, he is trying to seduce a young actress (Nina Ruslanova), and is almost comically inept. But in his work life, he is unimaginably cruel and brutal to those individuals the state wants rounded up. His latest case involves tracking down a gang that trades in human meat.… MORE

  • Once Upon a Time There Lived a Simple Woman [27 October 2011 (Russia)]

    Once Upon a Time There Lived a Simple Woman is a 2011 film directed and written by Andrey Smirnov. It tells the story of a Russian peasant woman between 1909 and 1921. The film was funded by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and the Renova Group.

  • Poor Sasha [26 December 1997]

    Poor Sasha is a 1997 Russian adventure film directed by Tigran Keosayan.

  • Return of Budulai [25 March 1986]

  • She Has a Broom, He Has a Black Hat [1 January 1987 (Soviet Union)]

    She with a Broom, He in a Black Hat is a Soviet 1987 musical film, directed by Vitaliy Makarov.

  • Tears Were Falling [15 January 1983 (Russia)]

    Tears Were Falling is a 1982 Soviet fantasy film directed by Georgiy Daneliya. The plot can be viewed as a modern interpretation of the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen The Snow Queen. It was the last film role of actor Boris Andreyev.

  • The Circus Burned Down, the Clowns are Gone [23 March 1998]

    The Circus Burned Down, and the Clowns Have Gone is a 1998 Russian drama film directed by Vladimir Bortko and starring Nikolai Karachentsov.

  • The First After God []

  • The French Guy [7 January 2004 (Russia)]

    The French Guy is a 2004 Russian comedy film directed by Vera Storozheva.

  • The House of the Sun [1 April 2010 (Russia)]

    A young Russian woman (Svetlana Ivanova) lands in trouble with the law after meeting a hippie leader.

  • The Humble Cemetery [1989]

  • The Information [2005]

  • The Irony of Fate 2 [21 December 2007 (Russia)]

    The Irony of Fate 2 or The Irony of Fate: Continuation is a 2007 Russian romantic comedy film directed by Timur Bekmambetov based on a screenplay by Aleksey Slapovsky produced by Channel One and released by Mosfilm. It is a direct sequel of the first The Irony of Fate.

  • The Migrants [1991]

  • The Promised Heaven [1991]

    In the new Russia, former middle class citizens find themselves homeless. They build shelters, elect their own government, work, beg, scavenge, date and fight all while living in a city dump.

  • The Train Has Stopped [3 August 1982 (Russia)]

    The Train Has Stopped is a 1982 Soviet drama film directed by Vadim Abdrashitov and written by Aleksandr Mindadze. The last film role of Anatoly Solonitsyn. Before the official premiere the film was shown in spring of 1982 at the Concert Hall of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

  • The Tuner [7 April 2005 (Russia)]

    The Tuner is a 2004 Ukraine/Russia mix film of art house grotesque and a sting comedy. At the heart of Kira Muratova’s film is her characteristic and enduring love of predation—predation for its own sake. The film offers a complex assessment of the human subject, civilization, and the creative act.

  • The Winter Cherry 2 [1990]

  • Tomorrow Was the War [19 October 1987 (Soviet Union)]

    Two girls find out about Stalinist repressions in 1940, just before the German invasion.

  • Tsygan [1979]

  • Twice [21 May 1984]

    Twice Born is a 1983 Soviet war film directed by Arkadi Sirenko.

  • Two in One [4 June 2007 (Russia)]

    Two in One is a film of 2007 by Russian-Ukrainian director Kira Muratova, starring Renata Litvinova, Natalia Buzko, Bogdan Stupka and Alexander Bashirov. The film unites two different screenplays written by Yevgeny Golubenko and Renata Litvinova.

  • Valentin and Valentina [9 March 1986 (Soviet Union)]

    Valentin and Valentina is a 1985 Soviet drama film directed by Georgy Natanson.

  • Vanechka [8 November 2007 (Russia)]

    An aspiring actress cares for a child whose parents were killed in a car crash.

  • Viy [30 January 2014 (Russia)]

    In the 18th century, cartographer Jonathan Green sets out to map the uncharted parts of Transylvania, and discovers dark secrets and dangerous creatures hidden in a cursed forest.

  • Vstrecha [1980]

  • Waiting for a Miracle [2007]

    Waiting for a Miracle is a 2007 Russian comedy film directed by Yevgeny Bedarev.

  • What Men Talk About [4 March 2010 (Russia)]

    What Men Talk About is a 2010 Russian comedy written and directed by Dmitriy Dyachenko, filmed in the genre of road movie based on the Russian play Conversations middle-aged men have about women, movies and aluminum forks with the participation of the actors of the comic theatre "Quartet E".

  • Winter Cherry [21 October 1985 (Soviet Union)]

    A Soviet businessman takes his girlfriend on a cross-country journey to attend a family birthday party.

  • Ya svoboden, ya nichey [1994]

    A Russian tale of men in midlife crises.

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QA About Nina Ruslanova

What is birthdate of Nina Ruslanova?

- 05 December 1945.

What is BirthPlace of Nina Ruslanova?

- Bohodukhiv, Ukraine.

What is Nationality of Nina Ruslanova?

- NA.

What is Height of Nina Ruslanova?

- 1.65 m.

What is Age of Nina Ruslanova?

- 74.

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