Amusing story the one presented this afternoon at 6.00 p.m. in the Russian Centre of Culture and Science of Madrid (41 Atocha Street), Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the future, which was seen by more than 60 million spectators when it was first released. The film will be shown in original version with subtitles and admission will be free.
Recorded in 1973 and directed by Leonid Gaidai, this fantasy film tells us the adventures of inventor Alexander Timofeyev (Shurik), who creates a time machine and opens a door to the time of Ivan the Terrible. Due to a technical failure caused by an unexpected circumstance, the Tsar Ivan the Terrible and a character who looks extraordinarily similar to the monarch, the Administrator of the house Ivan Bunshe, along with a thief of our time, Jorge Miloslavskiy, exchange positions. The tsar Ivan the Terrible is forced to adapt to the modern world. Bunshe and Miloslavskiy will have to survive in the time of Ivan the Terrible.