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Crime and Punishment (2002)

A modern day adaptation of Dostoyevsky's classic novel about a young student who is forever haunted by the murder he has committed.

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Rodion Raskolnikov
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Rodion's Mother
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Porfiry, chief investigator
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Mrs. Katerina Marmelodov
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Marmeladov, Sonia's alcoholic father
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Dunia, Rodion's sister
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Peter Luzhin, Dunia's suitor
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Alyonna Ivanovna, old pawnbroker
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Razumikhin, Rodion's friend
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Captain Koch
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Captain Zamyotov
Avital Dicker ...
Sonia Marmeladov, prostitute
Connie Hair ...
Lizaveta Ivanovna, Alyonna's daughter
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Dimitri
Eddie Bowz ...
Prokorov
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A modern day adaptation of Dostoyevsky's classic novel about a young student who is forever haunted by the murder he has committed.

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Emir Kusturica planned to film a version in the early 1990s, with Johnny Depp as Raskolnikov. Set in Brighton Beach, Depp would have portrayed him as a bass player in a rock band. See more »

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Version of Rikos ja rangaistus (1983) See more »

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great ambition
24 April 2013 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

each adaptation is occasion for present personal style. the dose is essential. in this case, basic sin are innovations. Nietzsche and Stalin, Russia after 1991 and crumbs of Hitler/Ceaușescu speech, a story without borders or soul, great actors in not inspired roles. only virtue - the measure of fragility for novel. Dostoyevski is not rubber toy. and the ambition of director/scriptwriter to do a personal version is a big error. because his Crime and Punishment is almost fake. the confession of Raskolnikov - a profound injury against novel. the relations between characters - chain of mistakes. only excuse - the good intentions. but to use a really good cast for a poor drawing is expression only for a great blind ambition. desire to say a classic story in yours manner, with yours mark, with selfish attitude is a mistake out of words.


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