DirectorAndrei Proshkin Initial DVD releaseFebruary 2, 2013 (Japan) Duration CountryRussia
LanguageRussian, Karachay-Balkar Release dateJune 24, 2012 (2012-06-24) (Moscow) Initial releaseSeptember 20, 2012 (Russia) CastMaksim Sukhanov (Saint Alexius), Andrei Panin (Jani-Beg), Vitaliy Khaev, Aleksandr Yatsenko, Pyotr Yandane Similar moviesChina Cry (1990)
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The Horde (Russian title: Орда Orda, working title: Святитель Алексий Svjatitelj Alexij) is a 2012 historical film directed by Andrei Proshkin and written by Yuri Arabov. The film is a highly fictionalised narrative of how Saint Alexius healed Taidula Khatun, the mother of the Golden Horde khan Jani Beg, from blindness.
Jani Beg (Innokenty Dаkayarov) kills his brother Khan Tini Beg (Andrey Panin) and replaces him. Soon, his mother Taidula (Roza Hairullina) goes blind and Jani Beg is desperate to have her blindness cured. Meanwhile, Alexius, Metropolitan of Moscow (Maxim Sukhanov) has reached fame as a wondermaker and Jani Beg asks Ivan the Fair (Vitaly Khaev) hand Alexius to him as a healer. Alexius is reluctant but Ivan sees this as a rare opportunity to delay the inevitable Tatar attack on Moscow. Eventually, Alexius succumbs and, accompanied by Jani Beg's retainers Timer (Fedot Lvov) and Badakyul (Aleksey Yegorov), travels to Saray-Jük with his keleynik Fedka (Aleksandr Yatsenko). They fail to cure Taidula's blindness and Alexius is banished, while Fedka is taken as a slave for desecrating the threshold. After a period of suffering and subsequent sanctification of Alexius, Taidula's eyes are healed. Alexius and Fedka return to Moscow. Shortly after, Jani Beg is assassinated by his son Berdi Beg (Moge Oorzhak).
Most of the dialogues in The Horde are in the Karachay-Balkar language (with Russian overdub in the theatrical release). Filmmakers considered Karachay-Balkar as the living language most closely resembling Kipchak spoken by the 14th century Golden Horde. Nevertheless, none of the actors of Turkic extraction are native speakers of the language; Dakayarov, Lovov, and Yegorov are Yakuts, whereas Hairullina is Volga Tatar.
34th Moscow International Film Festival:
“Silver George” for the best director: Andrey Proshkin
“Silver George” for the best actress: Roza Hairullina
Jury NETPAC Prize: ″Admirable combination of perfect cinematic images together with a strong idea of mercy in the times of severe oppression″.