Sinbad: Pirates of Seven Storm
|Sinbad: Pirates of Seven Storm|
|Directed by||Vladlen Barbe|
|Produced by||Sergey Selyanov|
|Written by||Alexander Arkhipov|
|Based on||Sinbad the Sailor|
|Music by||Dmitry Emelyanov|
|Distributed by||Skazka Animation Studio|
Sinbad: Pirates of Seven Storm (Russian: Синдбад: Пираты семи штормов, romanized: Sindbad: Piraty semi shtormov) is a 2016 Russian animated film directed by Vladlen Barbe, written by Alexander Arkhipov, Vadim Sveshnikov and Maxim Sveshnikov and produced by Sergey Selyanov and Georgiy Gitis. The film covers the story of Sinbad, a young sailor who travels to the mysterious island in search of treasure. The film was released on October 27, 2016, and based on the classic Arabian Nights tale, Sinbad the Sailor.
Plot[edit | edit source]
The young pirate, Sinbad was not very successful in piracy - for a year he and his team were unable to capture a single ship. But fate smiling to Sinbad: Old Antiochus shows him an old map and offers to sail to the island of Skeleton, where the treasure is kept. Sinbad does not know that this Antiochus is a magician who pursues his own selfish plans...
There's still Solara, a friend of Sinbad's children's games, and hit him on the head! Is love really? No, Sinbad doesn't just give up! The road to the island of Skeleton lies through the sea of Semi Storm. Sinbad and his team are waiting for a battle with the Kanut-Monster and the meeting with their sworn enemy pirate Kesame. There are no adventurers on the island: Cyclops, Bird Roja, and her Pittens have long been waiting for their guests.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- Andrey Levin as Sinbad
- Katerina Shpitsa as Solara
- Dmitry Nagiyev as Antiochus
- Marina Lisovets as Maaba
- Diomede Vinogradov as Mansur
- Yuri Stoyanov as Boruh, seller of boats
- Andrey Kaikov as Kesam
- Eduard Radzyukevich as Tiglat
- Ilya Lykov as Shumir/Kashmir
- Igor Lifanov as host of the award ceremony
- Kirill Nagiyev as police chief
- Svetlana Permyakova as the prophetess Man
- Alisa Voks as Pirate
Release[edit | edit source]
Trailer appeared in the network on October 16, 2016.
References[edit | edit source]
Only characters were taken from the original Arabian tales about the Adventures of Sinbad. The story itself, which is shown in the animated film, was entirely invented by Russian authors.
Title song ("Hey, Sailor!") The cartoon was performed by Alisa Voks, the former soloist of the Leningrad Group. She also voiced one of the pirates.
"Sinbad" was the first project in which Dmitry and Kirill Nagiyev took part.
See also[edit | edit source]
Notes[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Синдбад. Пираты семи штормов | Кинокомпания СТВ
- Синдбад. Пираты семи штормов — tlum.ru
- Синдбад. Пираты семи штормов on IMDb
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