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Dersu Uzala

Running time
2h 41m

1975 film

4 million USD

Akira Kurosawa

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Maxim Munzuk, Yury Solomin, Mikhail Bychkov, Svetlana Danilchenko, Suimenkul Chokmorov

Directed by Akira Kurosawa, Movies about exploration, Movies about friendship

Initial release
August 2, 1975 (Japan)

Initial DVD release
October 17, 2000

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Dersu Uzala (Russian: Дерсу́ Узала́; 1849–1908) was a Nanai trapper and hunter. He worked as a guide for Vladimir Arsenyev who immortalized him in his 1923 book Dersu Uzala. The book was adapted into two feature films, with the version by Akira Kurosawa being the better known.


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The Russian explorer Arsenyev started his expeditions to the forests of the Far East in the area of Ussuri in 1902. He described numerous species of Siberian flora and the lifestyle of native ethnic people.

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When Arsenyev met the trapper Uzala he hired him as a guide for his journeys. Uzala earned the respect of Arsenyev and his team. When Uzala's eyesight and other senses began to fade with age, Arsenyev offered to take him to the city where he lived. Uzala discovered that he was not permitted to chop wood or to build a hut and fireplace in the city park, nor was he allowed to shoot within the city limits. In the spring of 1908 he asked Arsenyev for permission to return to the woods. As a parting gift, Arseniev gave him a new rifle.

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Shortly afterward, Dersu Uzala was murdered. It was speculated that his murderer wanted his new rifle.


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