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Childhood[ edit ] Sergei Bodrov was born on December 27, 1971, in Moscow. His father was a famous film director, Sergei Bodrov , and his mother Valentina Nikolaevna was a fine art expert.
In December 2012, a memorial plaque was installed in the school in his memory. In 1991, while still a student, Bodrov studied art in Italy, where he found work as a lifeguard and earned money to support his travels around the country. So you come to a city. What do you usually know about it? That there is a central square, some shops... And I know there is a painting in one of the museums and that you can spend the whole day in front of. And this day is added to your life.
He appeared on screen only for a few minutes, playing a minor lawbreaker who was waiting for a decision on his own fate while sitting next to the main hero of the film. During his university days, he also had a bit role as a bellhop in the 1992 movie White King, Red Queen. Prisoner of the Mountains[ edit ] In 1995, his father traveled to Dagestan for the filming of his movie Prisoner of the Mountains.
Bodrov asked to go with him, prepared to do any available work. Unexpectedly, he became one of the featured actors, playing the conscript Vanya Zhilin, partnered with Oleg Menshikov who played the regular soldier Alexey Ryapolov.
Bodrov received an award for best actor jointly with Menshikov at the Kinotavr cinema festival in Sochi. Bodrov himself did not claim to be an actor: I always say everywhere: And I say that an actor is quite a different thing. A role for me is not a profession. He said that he left the show feeling it had given him a good schooling: It had a very positive charge.
Help two or three people and the telecast has done some good. But it has to be done responsibly. In 1998 their daughter Olga was born, followed in 2002 by a son, Alexander.
It was here that the Brother was being filmed for release in 1997. Sergei played the starring role, Danila Bagrov. The movie was criticized by the media, accused of racism and Russophobia as a film made for foreign audiences.
Bodrov himself assessed his character in the following way: I know that Danila is often reproached for being primitive, simple and inarticulate. And in part, I agree with that. But a metaphor connected with him forms in my mind: I imagine people in a primitive chaos, who sit in their cave before the fire and do not understand anything else in their life except for the responsibility to eat and to reproduce. Bodrov received the award for Best Actor at the movie festivals in Sochi and Chicago and got the "Golden Aries" prize.
The first was the character Vadim, a wedding photographer in P. Golovin and his French wife Marie, in a communal apartment during the Stalin era. Critics attacked the movie as they had its predecessor, saying that it expressed racist ideas, threatened national security and insulted the Ukrainian and American nations. What was important for us was not to say that all Americans are jerks, but the opposite, that we are not freaks.
This is a fairly simple idea, so it is strange that not everyone understands it. In other words, we [Russians] are complete lame-brains. His father suggested the idea of the movie to him and Bodrov Jr wrote the screenplay in two weeks; four days later filming began. Sergei played a small part, in a role without an available actor. At a festival in Sochi, it received a Grand Prix award "for the best debut" and the young actresses received a jury award for their parts.
In the autumn of 2001, Bodrov became a host of the game show Last Hero. Sixteen people landed on an island near the coast of Panama and competed in various trials. The last participant to survive all the votes received the main prize of three million rubles. Bodrov conducted the game and provided the commentary. He gave his understanding of the telecast: I think that the subject of hunger and physical existence will emerge in front of them very seriously.
And this is also related to me. Bodrov had a role of short duration he played captain Medvedev. The opening night was in 2002. The movie got the "Golden Rose" award at the Kinotavr festival and Bodrov received the Nika Award for the best supporting role.
Bodrov played Misha, a bear who mystically transforms into a person. The Messenger[ edit ] In July 2002, Bodrov settled down to shoot his second film, with the working title The Messenger. He characterized the movie in the following words: Philosophic-mystical parable about the life of two friends.
They are romantics, travelers, and venturers. Of course, there will be bandits, hostages, in general, all that accompanies us in life. At approximately 7 p. Then, according to official reports, an ice slide occurred. A block of ice fell from Djimara Mountain onto the Kolka ice flow, bringing with it mud and large boulders. This mudflow covered Karmadon Ravine, where Sergei Bodrov and his crew were working. A massive search and rescue operation proved fruitless.