Onegin (1999)

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In the opulent St. Petersburg of the Empire period, Eugene Onegin is a jaded but dashing aristocrat - a man often lacking in empathy, who suffers from restlessness, melancholy and, finally, regret. Through his best friend Lensky, Onegin is introduced to the young Tatiana. A passionate and virtuous girl, she soon falls hopelessly under the spell of the aloof newcomer and professes her love for him

Director: Martha Fiennes
Writer: Michael Ignatieff

Release Date: 1999-12-22
Status: Released
Run time: 104 min / 1:44
Budget: $14,000,000
Revenue: $206,128
Production Companies : CanWest Global Communications Corporationt, Onegin Productions
Production Countries: United Kingdom, Russia, United States of America
Release Date: 1999-12-22
Status: Released
Run time: 104 min / 1:44
Budget: $14,000,000
Revenue: $206,128

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Ralph Fiennes
as Onegin
Liv Tyler
as Tatyana
Toby Stephens
as Lensky
Lena Headey
as Olga
Martin Donovan
as Prince Nikitin
Elizabeth Berrington
as Mlle Volkonsky


Directing Martha Fiennes Director
Writing Michael Ignatieff Screenplay
Art Jim Clay Production Design
Costume & Make-Up Tamara Frid Makeup Artist

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