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b68026692e Josef Goebbels (as Leonid Sokol) Yelena Spiridonova . Thus begins Alexander Sokurov's film MOLOCH, which won the Best Screenplay Award at the 1999 Cannes Film Festival. An Amazon.com company. (1999). It seemed as if Sokurov (and his screenwriters, Yuri Aarabov and Marina Koreneva) had fallen foul of the usual problems of the representation of Fascism by European auteurs, such as Bernardo Bertolucci in Novecento (1976), Luchino Visconti in La Caduta degli Dei (The Damned, 1969) or Federico Fellini in Amarcord (1973), by resorting to caricature and the grotesque to visualise the nature of evil. View Check in DETAILS Full Cast and Crew Release Dates Official Sites Box Office/Business Company Credits Filming Locations Technical Specs Literature STORYLINE Taglines Plot Summary Synopsis Plot Keywords Parents Guide RELATED ITEMS NewsDesk External Sites OPINION Awards FAQ User Reviews User Ratings External Reviews Metacritic Reviews Message Board PHOTO & VIDEO Photo Gallery Trailers and Videos DID YOU KNOW? Trivia Goofs Crazy Credits Quotes Alternate Versions Connections Soundtracks 6.8/10 1,714 21 user 17 critic Rate This Moloch(1999) Molokh (original title) 1h 48min Drama 23 March 2000 (Netherlands) In 1942, in Bavaria, Eva Braun is alone, when Adolf Hitler arrives with Dr. Benjamin Halligan is a lecturer in film at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. ^ Anderson, Jason (9 February 2006). It's as if all the thought and writing on Hitler has lifted him "out of time" - like the shots of the castle on the mountain - and it's proving near impossible to humanise him again.
Reception. ^ "Festival de Cannes: Moloch". Camp is often a way of approaching history in film and here it's as if Sokurov is revisiting "Fascist" aesthetics - alluding to German Romanticism and the reworking of that in Riefenstahl and the other film-makers of the Third Reich. It's a common occurrence that grandiose shows driven by vanity end up in the dustbin of history." Sokurov - Cannes 1999.Perhaps all the recent attempts to talk about that period of history reflect fear at the dawn of the new millennium with a post-1989 European map that suddenly recalls the 1890s. Director: Aleksandr Sokurov Stars: Pyotr Aleksandrov, Nadezhda Rodnova, Tamara Timofeeva Edit Cast Credited cast: Elena Rufanova . . Official Website Moloch at the Internet Movie Database Moloch at AllMovie Moloch at Rotten Tomatoes . Benjamin Halligan, 24 January 2000. Luckily, the Russian DVD has this option (Russian subtitles only). It's the same feeling of the distance and unknowability of history that can be found in the films of Federico Fellini and Walerian Borowczyk.