Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

• Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

Photographer Ivan Krasnov, in his own words, "to walk in Moscow and see what we've done." The result was a remarkable photographic project who put all your favorite heroes of Soviet films on the streets of Moscow today.

Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

"Ivan Vasilyevich Changes Occupation"

Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

In the frame of emergency mental health team after going to the police Shurika home (Alexander Demyanenko) of Tsar Ivan the Terrible (Yuri Yakovlev). The scene was shot on the Kalinin Prospekt sample in 1972 - now it's Novy Arbat.

Famous painting by Leonid Gaidai rich in historical mistakes, but there is in the film and the historical truth.

"The venue can not be changed"

Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

In Serebryanichesky Lane 2 / 5c1 filmed one of the most famous scenes from the movie: Levchenko (Viktor Pavlov) is killed by a bullet Zheglova (Vladimir Vysotsky). Here are arrested Hunchback (Armen Dzhigarkhanyan) and his gang. Now this is no wall. It was demolished before the construction of a residential complex.

All details about the filming taking place in 1979, can be found here.

"I Step Through Moscow"

Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

In the scene on Chistoprudny Boulevard Volodya (Eugene stems) bites a dog that has been left unattended. Kohl's (Nikita Mikhalkov) invites Volodya home to sew the torn trousers, and introduces him to his family. Shooting Comedy Georgy Danelia were held in Moscow in 1963.

Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

Cafe Krivoarbatsky lane - decoration, which was built for the filming. In its place are now building with columns.

Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

Kohl, along with Sasha (Alex Loktev) go to GUM to buy a jacket for the wedding Sasha. There they meet Volodya with the new suit. Then Kohl offers Sasha jacket instead buy a bride - a phonograph record.

Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

"Guest from the Future"

Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

The action takes place in the photo at cash lane, 28/44. In this scene, Kolya Gerasimov (Alex Fomkin) and Fima Korolyov (Ilya Naumov) discuss a guest from the future, Alice (Natalia Guseva).

Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

where you can read about the difficulties faced crew in 1983 and to which they resorted to tricks to take down the most spectacular scenes.

"Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears"

Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

The heroine Faith Alentova Katerina walking with a dog named Chapa Kudrinskaya Square. She left the apartment owners on the waterfront Tinkers, which at the time stood Catherine and Ludmila (Irina Muraviev).

Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

The scene on the background of the Government House of the second part of the movie: Catherine kissing her married lover Volodya (Oleg Tabakov).

Few people know that the appearance in 1979 of the beloved film we owe an alarm clock.

"The Pokrovsky Gates"

Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

In the 1983 movie show how demolished the house №10 in Naschokinsky lane. In reality, it is in position. But in 1990 it almost completely reconstructed: built another floor, underground parking, balconies and repainted the facade. The picture shows a view of the house with Gogol Boulevard.

"Three Poplars at Plyushchikha"

Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

In the picture, the taxi driver, Sasha (Oleg Yefremov) waiting Nura (Tatiana Doronin). Cafe "Three Poplars" in the 6 th Rostov lane - a scenery which was built specifically for the film.

Heroes favorite Soviet films on the streets of modern Moscow

The film Tatiana Lioznova 1967 filmed in Moscow and village Smedovo. In the scenario laid down the story of Alexander Borshagovka "Three Poplars at Shabolovka", but by shooting in Shabolovka decided to give up, because in those years it was associated with a TV, and the director does not want it to interfere with perception. As a result, scenes were filmed near Rostov Pluschikha on the waterfront.