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Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. A space traveler from the Earth of the 22th century - without wars, poverty and oppression - crashes on an unknown planet.
Politically and economically that planet similar to the totalitarian human states of the 20th century. Director: Fedor Bondarchuk.
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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Vasiliy Stepanov Maksim Yulia Snigir Rada as Yuliya Snigir Pyotr Fyodorov Guy Sergey Garmash Zef Yuriy Kutsenko Vepr as Gosha Kutsenko Aleksey Serebryakov Strannik Mikhail Evlanov Chachu Andrey Merzlikin Fank Anna Mikhalkova Ordi Maksim Sukhanov Papa Fedor Bondarchuk Prokuror as Fyodor Bondarchuk Yuriy Tsurilo General Kirill Pirogov Svyokor Evgeniy Sidikhin Test Aleksey Gorbunov Edit Storyline On the threshold of 22nd century, furrowing the space, protagonist from the Free Search Group makes emergency landing on an unknown planet where he must stay.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia Boris Strugatskiy , one of the authors of the original book, who did not write any scripts after his brother and co-author Arkadiy Strugatskiy died in , refused to script the film but when Marina Dyachenko and Sergey Dyachenko , also Sci-Fi authors, were hired, he said, "They can't write a bad script.
Goofs When Zef arrests Maxim, he orders young man to drop his belt, and he does. In next scene, we see Maxim still wearing his belt. Quotes [ first lines ] Narrator : The year , the Noon of Mankind.
Armed with the Great Theory of Upbringing, people have forgotten about wars, hunger and terrorism. Nature lives again.
A breakthrough in medicine has set people free from illnesses, allowing them to use hidden resources of the human body.
Earthlings are reclaiming distant planets. New generations have risen, for whom search in deep space is a routine matter. Young earthlings are brave, strong and naive.
They think they are capable of everything. Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. It is a dystopian story set on post-apocalyptic planet Saraksh , ruled by a totalitarian regime that brainwashes its citizens.
Maxim Kammerer , a space explorer from Earth, crash-lands on Saraksh and becomes involved in the planet's everboiling politics.
The movie was released as two separate films, in December and April , respectively. The film was met with mixed reviews. It was praised for its visual style, social commentary and being faithful to the original novel, but also criticized for its direction, editing, and casting.
Dark Planet was made with one of the largest budgets for Russian cinema at the time it remains the most expensive Russian science fiction film ever , and despite huge box office earnings and DVD sales the movie was considered a financial disappointment.
Year Maxim Kammerer Stepanov , a space explorer from Earth, crash lands on an unknown planet. His ship is destroyed, and now he's stuck there "like Robinson on an uninhabited island" hence the title.
Maxim encounters local military police, who do not believe Maxim is alien and send him to mental hospital in the capital. Guy Gaal Fyodorov , a corporal of the Guards, is assigned to escort Maxim.
Maxim learns that the name of the planet is Saraksh , and the country where he landed is called Fatherland, because it is ruled by a militaristic dictatorship of the Unknown Fathers.
Strider Serebryakov , a powerful figure in the government, wants to see the newcomer; he sends one of his men, Funk, after Maxim, but as they drive the street, Funk suffers from what seems to be an epileptic seizure , and Maxim is left alone.
Guy talks Maxim into becoming a privateer "candidate" in the Guards. They are forced to participate in brutal raids against the people called "degenerates" by state propaganda.
After Maxim refuses to execute a group of captured "degenerates", Guards commander Rittmeister Chachu shoots him and leaves him to his apparent death.
However, Maxim survives and joins a group of rebel "degenerates". During his time with the rebels, Maxim learns the true nature of the regime and the purpose of towers erected across the country.
Contrary to state propaganda, the towers function as mind control devices, sending a special kind of radiation that ensures the citizens' loyalty to the regime.
Twice in a day, the majority of people experience a patriotic frenzy, while minority, the "degenerates", are able to resist brainwashing, but they suffer from intense pain and convulsions.
The Unknown Fathers themselves are known to be "degenerates" this is highlighted by Funk's "epilepsy" earlier.
Maxim realises that rebels are hiding the truth just as the government does, in hope that they might use the towers themselves, had they come to power.
After fighting alongside the "degenerates" in the attack on a tower, Maxim is again captured by the military and sentenced to a prison labor camp.
There, inmates are tasked with cleaning the wilderness of automated defense systems that were left abandoned by decades of war.
On a mission, Maxim manages to capture a mechanized tank. He drives the tank away from detention zone across the minefield, picks up Guy, and heads south to the neighbouring nations.
It starts with a brief description of the first part plot. Maxim reveals the true purpose of the towers to Guy, who does not believe at first but is convinced when his enthusiasm fades as they get farther from the towers.
They arrive in a city ruined by atomic bombing and inhabited by mutants. Maxim tries to convince mutants to start a rebellion against the Unknown Fathers, but, being too weak, they refuse.
Maxim then decides to seek help from another powerful country on Saraksh, the Islands Empire. Mutants give Maxim a bomber airship to fly for the Empire.
As Guy and Maxim travel the airship, Guy is again hit by the towers' radiation. He starts hysterically screaming of his loyalty to Maxim and hugging him.
To stop it, Maxim collides the airship into the Tower and destroys it. There, they find evidence that Islands Empire is even worse mass-murdering fascist regime which would not help their goals.
Meanwhile, the Unknown Fathers are planning an invasion of the neighbouring country of Khonti. As soon as Maxim and Guy return to Fatherland, they are captured and sent to war along with fellow prisoners, where Guy is killed in action.
Funk, following Strider's orders, finds Maxim and takes him out of the war back to the capital. Fatherland is defeated, and the State prosecutor, who was an active supporter of the war, realizes that the Unknown Fathers will execute him for failure.
Maxim sneaks in, but instead of following the prosecutor's plan, he blasts the Center with explosives. As he exits the Center, he is confronted by angry Strider.
He berates and beats Maxim and reveals himself as undercover spy from Earth. Maxim, a well-intentioned amateur, ruined the plan to save Fatherland and the rest of the planet that Strider has been preparing for decades.
Strider tells Maxim to fly home to Earth. Maxim refuses and offers his help on one condition: another brainwashing center can never be built.