Taras Bulba (2009)

Set in the 16th century, this is a story about Ukraine's Cossack warriors and their campaign to defend their lands from the advancing Polish armies. (source: imdb.com)

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Release Date
2 April 2009
Other Names
Òàðàñ Áóëüáà
Filming Locations
Isle of Khortitsa, Dnieper River, Ukraine


Taras Bulba (Russian: Тарас Бульба) is a historical drama film, based on the novel Taras Bulba by Nikolai Gogol. The movie was filmed on different locations in the Ukraine such as Zaporozhye, Khotin and Kamenets-Podolskiy as well as in Poland. The official release was rescheduled several times; at first for the spring of 2008 but was finally released on April 2, 2009, to coincide with Gogol’s bicentennial. The author's edition of 1842 (considered more pro-Russian), expanded and rewritten (into the text most readers know), was used for the film.

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