Anton Tchekhov 1890 Trailer

Anton Tchekhov 1890 Trailer (2015)

18 March 2015

Summer 1890. In order to make some money to feed his family, Anton Chekhov, modest physician, wrote short stories for newspapers to sign Antosha Tchékhonté. Important characters, writer and editor, just make him aware of his talent. His situation is improving and Anton Chekhov gets the Pushkin prices and admiration of Tolstoy. But when one of his brothers died of tuberculosis, Anton saw it as a personal failure and wants to escape his fame and his love.

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Cast

Nicolas Giraud

as Anton Tchékhov

Lolita Chammah

as Macha Tchekhov

Jacques Bonnaffé

as Souvorine

Bruno Davézé

as Iégor forçat russe

Ugo Broussot

as fonctionnaire Sakhaline

Frédéric Pierrot

as Léon Tolstoï

Robinson Stévenin

as Kolia Tchekhov

Albert Delpy

as le gouverneur de Sakhaline

Crew

International Releases Dates

France 18 March 2015

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