Watch: Trailer for Russian Film 'The Duelist' Being Released in IMAX

April 21, 2016
Source: YouTube

The Duelist Trailer

"You've died so many times. You will never die again." Well, this looks crazy cool. Sony Pictures Russia has debuted a trailer for a big-budget Russian adventure movie called The Duelist, directed by indie filmmaker Alexey Mizgirev. A few moviegoers might've seen the WWII action movie Stalingrad a few years back, as it was released in IMAX by Sony. This is Sony's latest Russian feature that they're be releasing to US audiences in IMAX even though no date has been set yet. The Duelist is about a vengeful duelist who never loses. The cast includes Pyotr Fyodorov (Stalingrad), Vladimir Mashkov (Ghost Protocol), Yuri Kolokolnikov (Game of Thrones), and Martin Wuttke (Inglorious Basterds). This seems dark and epic and very violent.

Here's the official trailer for Alexey Mizgirev's The Duelist, direct from Sony Pictures Russia's YouTube:

The Duelist

An adventure film, with dramatic and thriller elements set against the backdrop of palaces and the noble view of the Russian capital, The Duelist centers on Yakovlev, a retired officer, who returns to St. Petersburg from a long exile. While in the city, he fights as a duelist’s representative. (Nineteenth-century Russian duel law allowed for a duelist to be replaced by any one person.) Though Yakovlev fights for money, he also seeks honor and revenge against those who disgraced him, therein, challenging the Russian Providence. The Duelist is written & directed by indie Russian filmmaker Alexey Mizgirev, made by Non-Stop Productions and produced by Alexander Rodnyansky. The film opens in Russia this September, but no US release date is set yet. Apparently the film will eventually get a full IMAX release internationally.

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Ah they are still using dub step music in Russian quaint~!

DAVIDPD on Apr 21, 2016


Some parts look super good.

Carpola on Apr 22, 2016


I really like to see a good Russian movie. And this one looks ok. Not just for being Russian but because it does really looks good.

shiboleth on Apr 22, 2016


You should have watched Leviathan then. Great movie.

tarek on May 6, 2016


Believe me, I have it on my radar. After watching Zvyagintsev's "The Return" (2003), I come back, from time to time, to his movies . But thanks for the tip, definitely ...

shiboleth on May 7, 2016


I am...intrigued.

Lar Rackell on Apr 25, 2016

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