Most Rated Movies and TV Shows With Bogdan Stupka
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1. East/West (1999)
PG-13 | 121 min | Adventure, Drama, History
June 1946: Stalin invites Russian emigres to return to the motherland. It's a trap: when a ship-load from France arrives in Odessa, only a physician and his family are spared execution or ... See full summary »
Votes: 4,468 | Gross: $2.78M
2. With Fire and Sword (1999)
175 min | Adventure, Drama, History
An epic story about the Ukrainian uprising against the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth magnates in the 17th Century.
3. Taras Bulba (2009)
Not Rated | 129 min | Action, Drama, History
Set in the 16th century, this is a story about Ukraine's Cossack warriors and their campaign to defend their lands from the advancing Polish armies.
5. Summer Lover (2008)
Not Rated | 88 min | Drama, Romance
Sappho, a newly wed American wife, with her husband on the Greek island Lesbos, goes through the pain of unrequited love to a young woman, very much like the namesake poet in ancient times.
6. Our Own (2004)
111 min | Action, Drama, War
With the battle line far away in the east, three soldiers who have managed to escape from captivity find it difficult to hide. An old man offers to help them because one of them, the sniper, is his son.
7. Army of Valhalla (2003)
103 min | Adventure, Drama, History
In the 9th century, a tyrant oppresses pre-Christian Slavic tribes living on the Polish lands. They must unite for the common future.
10. Aleksandr. Nevskaya bitva (2008)
Not Rated | 110 min | Action, Adventure, History
Young prince Aleksandr has to hold out against two enemies - the Horde in the east and the Teutonic order and Sweden in the west. He discovers that some boyars are plotting against him and ... See full summary »
12. The White Bird Marked with Black (1971)
99 min | Drama, War
Colourful 'optimistic tragedy' of a poor family in Ukraine, living in the Carpathian mountains near the Romanian border, during the Second World War. Five sons of the family make up the ... See full summary »
13. Chantrapas (2010)
122 min | Drama
Nicolas is an artist, a filmmaker who merely wants to express himself and whom everyone wishes to reduce to silence. When he first starts out in Georgia, the "ideologists" hope to gag him, ... See full summary »
14. Brothel Lights (2011)
Not Rated | 108 min | Drama
In the 1950s Odessa a charming woman is running an underground brothel. She's tired of the business hassles and is dreaming about having a family. Finally the destiny gives her a chance, but there's no way out.
15. Two in One (2007)
124 min | Comedy, Drama
This celebrated director's "exquisite cruelty" appears front and center when the death of a stage actor turns a theatrical drama into a real one. Two in One's two parts, "Stagehands" and "... See full summary »
16. And a Warm Heart (2008)
96 min | Comedy, Drama
Konstanty is a wealthy and amoral man who has made his fortune running a chain of supermarkets and has both the bank account and the lack of conscience to do anything he wants.
17. Rabbit Over the Void (2006)
Not Rated | 90 min | Comedy
Once upon a time, in the seventy-first year of the last century, the relived two bureaucrats in Moldova: the First Secretary and the SecondSecretary of the Communist party. The Second ... See full summary »
18. Kitayskiy serviz (1999)
98 min | Comedy
The film is set in 1913 Russia during the celebrations of the Tricentennial Anniversary of the Romanov Dynasty (1613 - 1913). Rich Russian merchants are celebrating their wealth by gambling... See full summary »
19. Rejection (2011)
90 min | Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
The world has changed beyond recognition. Just yesterday the bustling streets are now deserted and quiet. All around are left in a hurry vehicles, convoys of military equipment, few people ... See full summary »
20. A Prayer for Hetman Mazepa (2002)
152 min | Drama, History
A Prayer for Hetman Mazepa unfolds during an interesting era in the history of Eastern Europe when Russia, under Peter the Great, and Sweden, under King Charles XII, struggled for power; the Ukraine was the pawn in the middle.
23. Fuchzhou (1993)
86 min | Drama
A descendant of Ukrainians immigrants who once emigrated overseas, Orest is being thrown into the Ukrainian village by a feirce wind. In fact, this is the element of history itself that has scattered Ukrainians around the world.
25. Stealing Tarantino (2006– )
352 min | Comedy, Crime
A few Russian guys are trying to steal a new film by Quentin Tarantino, but not only to sell it, but to show the never-before seen film on a wedding of their friends. Certainly a lot of ... See full summary »
27. Ptitsa-Gogol (2009 TV Movie)
160 min | Documentary, Biography
This biographical picture that was made for the 200th anniversary of Nikolai Gogol,is filmed in the unique style of the author Leonid Parfyonov. Documentary shows that the author of "Dead ... See full summary »
28. Naperekor vsemu (1973)
86 min | Drama
Trials and tribulations of Petar I Petrovic, the man who united Montenegro in the 18th century and led them in the Battle of Krusi against a huge Turkish army to return victorious and pave the first path towards economic development.
31. 12 mesyatsev. Novaya skazka (2015)
85 min | Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Set in a magical castle where a reluctant and spoiled Lisa has come to celebrate Christmas with her parents, her curiosity and persistence lead her to a strange Medieval Kingdom, inhabited ... See full summary »
39. Ot Buga do Visly (1981)
132 min | War
The picture narrates about the last raid of the Ukrainian guerrilla division of Kovpak on Vershigora's management to the back of the enemy in 1943 - 1944, its exit to frontier of the USSR ... See full summary »
40. Ivanov (2010)
Not Rated | 170 min | Drama
The film is based on the play by Anton Chekhov. Nikolai Alekseyevich Ivanov is a man who brings misfortunes to all who surround him. He is experiencing a crisis and acutely feeling the ... See full summary »
41. Der Prager Frühling (2008 TV Movie)
90 min | Documentary, History
Today, in 2008, the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic are two independent, democratic states and members of the EU and NATO. Forty years ago, more precisely on 21 August 1968, this ... See full summary »