Summer Impressions of Planet Z
Summer Impressions of Planet Z (Russian: Летние впечатления о планете Z, romanized: Letniye vpechatleniya o planete Z) is a 1986 Soviet two-part science-fiction film directed by Evgeniy Markovsky. Yuri Tomin wrote the script loosely based on his 1979 book Carousel Over the City ("Incident in Kuleminsk").
|Summer Impressions of Planet Z|
|Directed by||Evgeniy Markovsky|
|Written by||Yuri Tomin|
|Music by||Sergei Slonimsky|
Felix, a 12-year-old boy from outer space, during the summer holidays gets admitted into a summer children's sports camp. Few people know in the camp that Felix is not there by chance, and a few days ago he was created in a school laboratory because a space intellect sent him as an agent to planet earth to study humans. He is assisted by an ordinary boy Boris and a teacher who explains Felix local traditions and customs.
- Arnas Katinas – Felix Schastlivtsev, an alien
- Giedrius Puskunigis – Borya Kulikov
- Sergey Shakurov – Aleksey Pavlovich Mukhin, teacher of physics
- Vadim Gems – Eduard Mikhailovich, hairdresser—detective
- Galina Makarova – Marivanna, cleaner
- Dmitry Matveyev – Vasyushkin
- Dmitry Kharatyan – Andrei Morkovkin, soloist of the group "Astronauts", author and director of the rock opera "14 floors of solitude"
- Irina Efremova – Lilja Librarian
- Irina Zhangarova – doctor
- Dmitry Iosifov – drummer of the group "Astronauts"
- Dmitry Taradaikin
- Konstantin Remishevsky
- Igor Taradaikin – Kapustin
- Sergey Biryukov – Serega Kulikov, brother of Boris
- Rostislav Shmyrev – seller
- Zhenya Tumilovich – baby Felix
- Kolya Markovsky – young Felix
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