Sputnik (2020) Full Movie

Sputnik
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Sputnik (2020) : At the height of the Cold War, a Soviet spacecraft crash lands after a mission gone awry, leaving the commander as its only survivor. After a renowned Russian psychologist is brought in to evaluate the commander’s mental state, it becomes clear that something dangerous may have come back to Earth with him…

Title Sputnik (2020)
Release Date Sep 08, 2020
Genres , ,
Production Company Vodorod Film Company, Art Pictures Studio, Hype Film, National Media Group, STS Media, Cinema Fund
Production Countries Russia
Casts Oksana Akinshina, Pyotr Fyodorov, Fyodor Bondarchuk, Anton Vasilyev, Pavel Ustinov, Vitaliya Kornienko, Natalya Shvets, Aleksey Demidov, Alexander Marushev, Albrecht Sander, Alexandr Sham
Plot Keywords spacecraft, russia, alien life-form, murder, alien, doctor, cosmonaut, spacecraft accident, alien creature, symbiotic
Tatyana Yuryevna
Tatyana Yuryevna
Oksana Akinshina
Konstantin Veshnyakov
Konstantin Veshnyakov
Pyotr Fyodorov
Semiradov
Semiradov
Fyodor Bondarchuk
Rigel
Rigel
Anton Vasilyev
Convoy
Convoy
Pavel Ustinov
Child in Orphanage
Child in Orphanage
Vitaliya Kornienko
The presiding
The presiding
Natalya Shvets
Kirill Averchenko
Kirill Averchenko
Aleksey Demidov
Prisoner Ruben
Prisoner Ruben
Alexander Marushev
Prisoner Seriy
Prisoner Seriy
Albrecht Sander
Adjutant of Semiradov
Adjutant of Semiradov
Alexandr Sham
Nurse
Nurse
Anna Nazarova
Nanny
Nanny
Irina Byakova
Herdsman
Herdsman
Grigory Melikbekyan
Speaker
Speaker
Andrey Shvornev
Veshnyakov's son
Veshnyakov's son
Oleg Makhin
Ensign
Ensign
Andrey Smiryonnov
Physiotherapist
Physiotherapist
Ruslan Dzhaybekov
A soldier in the control room of Semiradov
A soldier in the control room of Semiradov
Nikolay Starodubtsev
Biologist
Biologist
Vasily Zotov
Averchenko's understudy
Averchenko's understudy
Vitaly Kondrashov

Reviews

  • MovieGuys

    There's a genuine sense of creeping biological dread in "The Sputnik". Obviously, the immediate point of gravity for this film is Ridley Scotts 1979 film "Alien". Let me start by saying the resemblance is only superifcal. This is very much its own film. Unlike "Alien" that ramps up the pace as the terror increases, The Sputnik is a slow burn sci fi. Yes, its an alien monster mash up but utlimately its as much psychological, as it is literal. Does it work? Well, sort of. There's some moments of genuine tension and terror, as well as a sickening sense of what people are capable of doing, to each other. Who's the real monster is a question that sticks its ugly head up. Action is on offer too but its very brief and over almost before it begins. Whats left is interesting but does not serve up enough "bite" on the action or psychological terror front, to really amount to more than a entree, when a main is called for. 6/10 from me.

  • SWITCH.

    Egor Abramenko's movie puts the characters in perilous situations where no answer seems like the right answer, leaving you wanting to know what happens next, and keeping the audience engaged. Although it doesn't reinvent the wheel, 'Sputnik' is an effective monster flick that touches upon human nature and the moral choices people have to make when it comes to life and death. - Jake Watt Read Jake's full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-sputnik-a-familiar-lethal-movie-monster

  • Mark B

    If you watched the excellent "Life" sci-fi horror thriller, this is its spiritual sequel. A cosmonaut returns with an alien life form in this slow-burn Russian export.