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Reviews and pictures of actress Larisa Guzeeva naked in "SV - Spalnyy vagon" and "Anna Petrovna".
Born: 1959 Country: Soviet Union
A Russian actress who rose to fame in romantic roles, later hosting a popular matchmaking TV show.
Larisa Guzeeva (born 23 May 1959 in Orenburg Oblast) is a Soviet and Russian actress and television host. She is a Meritorious Artist of Russia. snippet from Wikipedia
Mesto vstrechi izmenit nelzya S01E01: Episode #1.1 (Stanislav Govorukhin, 1979) (aged 20)
Zhestokiy romans (Eldar Ryazanov, Soviet Union, 1984) (as Larisa aged 25)
Sopernitsy (Viktor Sadovsky, Soviet Union, 1985) (as Natalia Ozernikova aged 26)
Chuzhie zdes ne khodyat (Soviet Union, 1985) (as Natasha Ulanova aged 26)
Sekretny farvater (Vladimir Karansky, 1986) (as Viktoria Mezentseva aged 27)
Priklyucheniya Sherloka Kholmsa i doktora Vatsona: Dvadtsatyy vek nachinaetsya (Igor Maslennikov, Soviet Union, 1986) (as Madame Henri Fournaye aged 27)
Vstretimsya v metro (Viktor Sokolov, Soviet Union, 1986) (aged 27)
Zhizn Klima Samgina (Soviet Union, 1986) (aged 27)
Tainstvennyy uznik (Valeriu Gajiu, Soviet Union, 1986) (as Larissa Rossety aged 27)
Beloe proklyate (Nikolai Kovalsky, Soviet Union, 1987) (aged 28)
Shchenok (Aleksandr Grishin, Soviet Union, 1988) (aged 29)
# Anna Petrovna (Inessa Seleznyova, Soviet Union, 1989) (featuring Larisa Guzeeva aged 30) ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭ ✭
with Yelena Yunger, Valeriy Khromushkin, Yelena Adruzova, Vladimir Knyazev and Stepan Starchikov
Elegantly filmed Soviet drama from a novel by Gennadi Golovin about an old woman reminiscing mostly about the relatively idyllic times just before the War.
The first scene is poorly motivated; briefly Larisa does the 'walk of shame' through the village before walking in wraith-like on a family meal. She must have had a really wild one because her poor old auntie doesn't just cut off her clothes and her hair, she even burns it all afterwards! Meanwhile Larisa wallows naked in a tin tub in the back yard (in fine weather just as good as in front of a roaring fire, and hang it if everyone can see), crying.
The second clip follows Larisa shedding her blouse on a sultry walk through the woods. There's not much of her on show (hey it's only literature!) but it's nicely staged.
Vernymi ostanemsya (Andrey Malyukov, Soviet Union, 1989) (aged 30)
# SV - Spalnyy vagon (Soviet Union, 1989) (featuring Larisa Guzeeva aged 30)
with Vladimir Ilin, Natalya Korneyeva, Svetlana Kryuchkova, V. Kulikova, Avangard Leontev, M. Ryvkina, Viktor Smirnov, Evgeniy Steblov, Viktor Stepanov and I. Zimin
Strangers on a train is the theme of this atmospheric late-Soviet piece of eccentricity (it's only just occurred to me this might explain the Hitchcock reference). Two women are sharing sleeping cars with two men on what is probably the Trans-Siberian Express. Larisa is an elegantly handsome lady, severely turned-out and at first very distant in her demeanour; a leading ballet instructress no doubt. The other woman is heavier, probably an opera singer or borstal wardress. So both standard-bearers for the arts. The two blokes are just your typical Russian shabby old drunks and weirdoes.
I mentioned Larisa was severe; you definitely don't try anything on with her that might be construed as a sexual assualt, as our man found out. But she has the characteristic vice of the modern professional woman: double standards. At the crisis point of the drama she suddenly whips down her robe and jumps on his back to play horsey - using his vest as blinkers too! It's the start of a long sequence of weirdness, reduced to the essentials in this clip, featuring Hitch, a mermaid, and what can only be a sixth-form girls' netball team on its end-of-term dare. Mmm nice, it replaces Lizard in a Woman's Skin as my favourite train corridor mass nude scene.
Mariya Magdalina (Gennadi Voronin, Soviet Union, 1990) (aged 31)
Palach (Viktor Sergeev, Soviet Union, 1990) (as Sveta aged 31)
Rcheuli (Mikheil Kalatozishvili, Soviet Union, 1991) (aged 32)
7 dney s russkoy krasavitsey (Russia, 1991) (aged 32)
Patrioticheskaya komediya (Vladimir Khotinenko, Russia, 1992) (aged 33)
V toy oblasti nebes (Igor Chernitskiy, Russia, 1992) (as Vladlena aged 33)
Prigovor (Vsevolod Shilovskiy, Russia, 1993) (aged 34)
Ispoved neznakomtsu (Georges Bardawil, France, 1995) (aged 36)
Dom (Russia, 1995) (aged 36)
Ya pervyy tebya uvidel (Valeri Bychenkov, Russia, 1998) (aged 39)
Zhestkoe vremya (Maksim Pezhemskiy, Russia, 1998) (aged 39)
Sdvinutyy (Russia, 2001) (as Irina aged 42)
Zhenskaya logika 1 (Eldor Urazbaev, Russia, 2002) (aged 43)
The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 1: The Moab Story (Peter Greenaway, UK, 2003) (aged 44)
Zakaz (Vera Glagoleva, Russia, 2005) (as Galya aged 46)
Tam, gde zhivyot lyubov... (Vladimir Shevelkov, Ukraine, 2006) (aged 47)
Tanker 'Tango' (Bakhtyar Khudojnazarov, Russia, 2006) (aged 47)
Graffiti (II) (Igor Apasyan, Russia, 2006) (as Mariya aged 47)
Modnyy prigovor (Russia, 2007) (aged 48)
Krysha (Boris Grachevskiy, Russia, 2009) (as Ninel Stalyevna aged 50)
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