Evilenko is a English-language Italian crime horror thriller film very loosely based on the Soviet serial killer Andrei Chikatilo. Written and directed by David. Evilenko ist ein englischsprachiger italienischer Krimi-Horror-Thriller aus dem Jahr , der sehr locker auf dem sowjetischen Serienmörder Andrei Chikatilo basiert. Die von David Grieco geschriebenen und inszenierten Filmstars Malcolm McDowell. Inhalt: Die Sowjetunion Mitte der 80er Jahre: Der verheiratete Lehrer Andrej Evilenko (Malcolm McDowell) wird aus dem Schuldienst entlassen, nachdem er. Lehrer Andrej Evilenko ist überzeugter Kommunist und hat ein Problem mit Kindern. Er findet sie, egal welchem Geschlecht sie angehören, sexuell anziehend. Evilenko ist ein englischsprachiger italienischer Krimi-Horror-Thriller aus dem Jahr , der sehr locker auf dem sowjetischen Serienmörder Andrei Chikatilo basiert. Die von David Grieco geschriebenen und inszenierten Filmstars Malcolm McDowell. Kinder und junge Frauen sind seine Opfer. Vom KGB protegiert, gelingt es Evilenko, die Polizei über Jahre hinweg in die Irre zu führen. Polizist Vadim Lesiev.
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Doch nun gilt es, wie ihr bei Waidwerk einschalten knnt, als ein Vater mit seiner kleinen Tochter im 4 Blocks Wann sitzt! - Darsteller und CrewThe story tells this is somewhere in Russia during the Gorbacev era. Evilenko - Un film di David Grieco. Andrei Romanovic Cikatilo, professore e divoratore di bambini.. Con Malcolm McDowell, Marton Csokas, Frances Barber, Ronald Pickup, Vernon Dobtcheff. Drammatico, Italia, Durata min. Consigli per la visione +/5(34). The film Evilenko () is loosely based upon the murders committed by Chikatilo. This film casts Malcolm McDowell as Andrei Evilenko and Marton Csokas as Inspector Lesev. The film Child 44 () is based upon the fiction novel Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith, which was itself inspired by the Chikatilo case (but with the era changed to the s). Эвиленко / Evilenko () смотреть бесплатно онлайн в хорошем качестве HD Опубликовано , в категории Ужасы, Триллер, Криминал» Эвиленко / Evilenko () смотреть бесплатно онлайн. Listen to music by Evilenko on Apple Music. Find top songs and albums by Evilenko including Vengeance, Neck Deep and more. David Grieco pushes the notion that the breakup of communist Russia was the catalyst for the birth of Evilenko/Chikatilo. According to him, the one had much to do with the other. A fragmentation of identity, sort of, and a throwback to the origins of mankind where we ate one another. The film Evilenko () is loosely based upon the murders committed by Chikatilo. This film casts Malcolm McDowell as Andrei Evilenko and Marton Csokas as Inspector Lesev. The film Child 44 () is based upon the fiction novel Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith, which was itself inspired by the Chikatilo case (but with the era changed to the s). On 22 May , Evilenko goes to the court and on 14 February he is finally executed. "Evilenko" is a very impressive movie, based on the true story of a serial-killer from Soviet Union that recalls a darker and scarier Dr. Hannibal Lecter of "The Silence of the Lambs". The psychological thriller Evilenko tells the story of arguably the most infamous serial killer in the history of the Soviet Union. Malcolm McDowell portrays Andrei Evilenko, a man responsibly for.
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Although shy and ardently studious as a child, he was physically weak and regularly attended school in homespun clothing and, by , with his stomach swollen from hunger resulting from the post-war famine which plagued much of the Soviet Union.
At home, Chikatilo and his sister were constantly berated by their mother. Tatyana later recalled that in spite of the hardships endured by her parents, their father was a kind man, whereas their mother was harsh and unforgiving toward her children.
Chikatilo developed a passion for reading and memorizing data, and often studied at home, both to increase his sense of self-worth and to compensate for his myopia which often prevented him from reading the classroom blackboard.
By his teens, Chikatilo was both a model student and an ardent communist. He was appointed editor of his school newspaper at age 14  and chairman of the pupils' Communist Party committee two years later.
An avid reader of communist literature, he was also delegated the task of organizing street marches.
At the onset of puberty , Chikatilo discovered that he suffered from chronic impotence , worsening his social awkwardness and self-hatred.
The same year, Chikatilo jumped upon an year-old friend of his younger sister and wrestled her to the ground, ejaculating as the girl struggled in his grasp.
Following his graduation, Chikatilo applied for a scholarship at Moscow State University. Although he passed the entrance examination with good-to-excellent scores,  his grades were not deemed good enough for acceptance.
On three occasions, the couple attempted intercourse, although on each occasion, Chikatilo was unable to sustain an erection. Upon completion of his two-year vocational training, Chikatilo relocated to the Urals city of Nizhny Tagil  to work upon a long-term construction project.
While living in Nizhny Tagil, he also undertook correspondence courses in engineering with the Moscow Electrotechnical Institute of Communication.
He worked in the Urals for two years until he was drafted into the Soviet Army in Chikatilo performed his compulsory military service between and ,  assigned first to serve with border guards in Central Asia, then to a KGB communications unit in East Berlin.
Here, his work record was unblemished, and he joined the Communist Party shortly before his military service ended in Upon completing his service, Chikatilo returned to his native village to live with his parents.
Their three-month relationship ended after several unsuccessful attempts at intercourse, after which the woman innocently asked her friends for advice as to how Chikatilo might overcome his inability to maintain an erection.
In a interview regarding this incident, Chikatilo stated: "Girls were going behind my back, whispering that I was impotent. I was so ashamed.
I tried to hang myself. My mother and some young neighbours pulled me out of the noose. Well, I thought no one would want such a shamed man.
So I had to run away from there, away from my homeland. After several months, Chikatilo found a job as a communications engineer in a town located north of Rostov-on-Don.
He relocated to the Russian SFSR in , renting a small apartment close to his workplace. The same year, his younger sister, Tatyana, finished her schooling and moved into his apartment his parents would relocate to the Rostov region shortly thereafter.
In Chikatilo married a woman named Feodosia Odnacheva, to whom he had been introduced by his younger sister.
According to Chikatilo, although he was attracted to Feodosia, his marriage was effectively an arranged one which occurred barely two weeks after they had met and in which the decisive roles were played by his sister and her husband.
Chikatilo later claimed that his marital sex life was minimal and that, after his wife understood he was unable to maintain an erection, they agreed she would conceive by him ejaculating externally and pushing his semen inside her vagina with his fingers.
Four years later, in , a son named Yuri was born. Chikatilo chose to enroll as a correspondence student at Rostov University in ,  studying Russian literature and philology ;  he obtained his degree in these subjects in Shortly before obtaining his degree, Chikatilo obtained a job managing regional sports activities.
Chikatilo was largely ineffective as a teacher; although knowledgeable in the subjects he taught, he was seldom able to maintain discipline in his classes and was regularly subjected to mockery by his students who, he claimed, took advantage of his modest nature.
In May , Chikatilo committed his first known sexual assault upon one of his pupils. In this incident, he swam towards a year-old girl and groped her breasts and genitals, ejaculating as the girl struggled against his grasp.
Months later, Chikatilo sexually assaulted another teenage girl whom he had locked in his classroom. One of Chikatilo's duties at this school was ensuring his students who boarded at the school were present in their dormitories in the evenings; on several occasions, he is known to have entered the girls' dormitory in the hope of seeing them undressed.
In response to the increasing number of complaints lodged against him by pupils, the director of the school summoned Chikatilo to a formal meeting and informed him he should either resign voluntarily or be fired.
Chikatilo left his employment discreetly and found another job as a teacher at another school in Novoshakhtinsk in January He lost this job as a result of staff cutbacks in September , before finding another teaching position in Shakhty , a coal-mining town close to Rostov-on-Don.
Chikatilo's career as a teacher ended in March following several complaints of child molestation against pupils of both sexes. In September , Chikatilo moved to Shakhty, where he committed his first documented murder.
On 22 December, he lured a 9-year-old girl named Yelena Zakotnova to an old house which he had secretly purchased; he attempted to rape her but failed to achieve an erection.
When the girl struggled, he choked her and stabbed her three times in the abdomen, ejaculating while stabbing the child. In an interview after his arrest, Chikatilo later recalled that immediately after stabbing Zakotnova, the girl had "said something very hoarsely ", whereupon he strangled her into unconsciousness before throwing her body into the nearby Grushevka River.
Numerous pieces of evidence linked Chikatilo to Zakotnova's murder: spots of blood had been found in the snow near the house Chikatilo had purchased; neighbours had noted that Chikatilo had been present in the house on the evening of 22 December; Zakotnova's school rucksack had been found upon the opposite bank of the river at the end of the street indicating the girl had been thrown into the river at this location ; and a witness had given police a detailed description of a man closely resembling Chikatilo, whom she had seen talking with Zakotnova at the bus stop where the girl had last been seen alive.
A search of Kravchenko's home revealed spots of blood on his wife's jumper: the blood type was determined to match both Zakotnova and Kravchenko's wife.
Kravchenko had a watertight alibi for the afternoon of 22 December he had been at home with his wife and a friend of hers the entire afternoon, and neighbours of the couple were able to verify this.
At his trial, Kravchenko retracted his confession and maintained his innocence, stating his confession had been obtained under extreme duress.
Despite his retraction, Kravchenko was convicted of the murder and sentenced to death. Following Zakotnova's murder, Chikatilo was able to achieve sexual arousal and orgasm only through stabbing and slashing women and children to death, and he later claimed that the urge to relive the experience had overwhelmed him.
Nonetheless, Chikatilo did stress that, initially, he had struggled to resist these urges, often cutting short business trips to return home rather than face the temptation to search for a victim.
On 3 September , Chikatilo encountered a year-old boarding school student, Larisa Tkachenko, standing at a bus stop as he exited a public library in Rostov city centre.
According to his subsequent confession, Chikatilo lured Tkachenko to a forest near the Don River with the pretext of drinking vodka and "relaxing".
As he had no knife, Chikatilo mutilated the body with his teeth and a stick;  he also tore one nipple from Tkachenko's body with his teeth before loosely covering her body with leaves, branches, and torn pages of newspaper.
Nine months after the murder of Tkachenko, on 12 June , Chikatilo travelled by bus to the Bagayevsky District of Rostov to purchase vegetables.
Having to change buses in the village of Donskoi , he decided to continue his journey on foot. In addition, several striations were discovered upon Biryuk's eye sockets.
Following Biryuk's murder, Chikatilo no longer attempted to resist his homicidal urges: between July and September , he killed a further five victims between the ages of 9 and He established a pattern of approaching children, runaways , and young vagrants at bus or railway stations, enticing them to a nearby forest or other secluded area, and killing them, usually by stabbing, slashing and eviscerating the victim with a knife; although some victims, in addition to receiving a multitude of knife wounds, were also strangled or battered to death.
Many of the victims' bodies bore evidence of mutilation to the eye sockets. Pathologists concluded these injuries had been caused by a knife, leading investigators to the conclusion the killer had gouged out the eyes of his victims.
He would typically attempt intercourse with these victims, but he would usually be unable to achieve or maintain an erection; this would send him into a murderous fury, particularly if the woman mocked his impotence.
He would achieve orgasm only when he stabbed and slashed the victim to death. Chikatilo's child and adolescent victims were of both sexes; he would lure these victims to secluded areas using a variety of ruses, usually formed in the initial conversation with the victim,  such as promising them assistance or company, or offering to show them a shortcut,  a chance to view rare stamps, films or coins, or with an offer of food or candy.
He would usually overpower these victims once they were alone, often tying their hands behind their backs with a length of rope before stuffing mud or loam into the victims' mouths to silence their screams, and then proceed to kill them.
On 11 December Chikatilo encountered a year-old girl named Olga Stalmachenok riding a bus to her parents' home in Novoshakhtinsk and persuaded the child to leave the bus with him.
She was last seen by a fellow passenger, who reported that a middle-aged man had led the girl away firmly by the hand.
By January , four victims thus far killed had been tentatively linked to the same killer. In March, Fetisov assigned a newly appointed specialist forensic analyst , Viktor Burakov, to head the investigation.
The following month, Stalmachenok's body was found. Burakov was summoned to the crime scene, where he examined the numerous knife wounds and eviscerations conducted upon the child and the striations on her eye sockets.
Burakov later stated that, as he noted the striations upon Stalmachenok's eye sockets, any doubts about the presence of a serial killer evaporated.
Chikatilo did not kill again until June , when he murdered a year-old Armenian girl named Laura Sarkisyan; her body was found close to an unmarked railway platform near Shakhty.
The accumulation of bodies found and the similarities between the pattern of wounds inflicted on the victims forced the Soviet authorities to acknowledge that a serial killer was on the loose.
On 6 September the public prosecutor of the Soviet Union formally linked six of the murders thus far attributed to the same killer.
Due to the sheer savagery of the murders and the precision of the eviscerations upon the victims' bodies, police theorized that the killings had been conducted by either a group harvesting organs to sell for transplant , the work of a Satanic cult,  or a mentally ill individual.
Much of the police effort concentrated upon the theory that the killer must be mentally ill, homosexual , or a paedophile , and the alibis of all individuals who had either spent time in psychiatric wards or had been convicted of homosexuality or paedophilia were checked  and logged in a card filing system.
Registered sex offenders were also investigated and, if their alibi was corroborated , eliminated from the inquiry. Beginning in September , several young men confessed to the murders, although these individuals were often intellectually disabled youths who admitted to the crimes only under prolonged and often brutal interrogation.
Three known homosexuals and a convicted sex offender committed suicide as a result of the investigators' heavy-handed tactics. However, as police obtained confessions from suspects, bodies continued to be discovered, proving that the suspects who had confessed could not be the killer they were seeking.
On 30 October the eviscerated body of a year-old prostitute, Vera Shevkun, was found in Shakhty.
Although the mutilations inflicted upon Shevkun's body were otherwise characteristic of those found upon other victims linked to the unknown murderer, the victim's eyes had not been enucleated or otherwise wounded.
In January and February , Chikatilo killed two women in Rostov's Park of Aviators. On 24 March, he lured a year-old boy, Dmitry Ptashnikov, away from a stamp kiosk in Novoshakhtinsk.
While walking with the boy, Chikatilo was seen by several witnesses who were able to give investigators a detailed description of the killer.
When Ptashnikov's body was found three days later, police also found a footprint of the killer and both semen and saliva samples on the victim's clothing.
In the summer of , Chikatilo was fired from his work as a supply clerk for the theft of a roll of linoleum. The accusation had been filed against him the previous February, and he had been asked to resign quietly but had refused to do so, as he had denied the charges.
On 2 August, Chikatilo killed a year-old girl, Natalya Golosovskaya, in the Park of Aviators. On 7 August, he lured a year-old girl, Lyudmila Alekseyeva, to the banks of the Don River on the pretense of showing her a shortcut to a bus terminal.
Alekseyeva suffered thirty-nine slash wounds to her body before Chikatilo mutilated and disemboweled her, intentionally inflicting wounds he knew would not be immediately fatal.
By the time he had returned to Rostov on 15 August, he had killed an unidentified young woman and a year-old girl. On 13 September , Chikatilo was observed by two undercover detectives attempting to talk to young women at Rostov bus station.
The detectives followed him as he wandered through the city, trying to approach women and committing acts of frotteurism in public places.
A search of his belongings revealed a knife with a centimetre 7. Chikatilo's dubious background was uncovered, and his physical description matched the description of the man seen walking alongside Dmitry Ptashnikov prior to the boy's murder.
A sample of Chikatilo's blood was taken; the results of which revealed his blood group to be type A,  whereas semen samples found upon a total of six victims murdered by the unknown killer throughout the spring and summer of  had been classified by medical examiners to be type AB.
Chikatilo's name was added to the card index file used by investigators; however, the results of his blood type analysis largely discounted him as being the unknown killer.
Chikatilo was found guilty of theft of property from his previous employer  and sentenced to one year in prison, but was freed on 12 December after serving three months.
On 8 October the head of the Russian Public Prosecutors Office formally linked twenty-three of Chikatilo's murders into one case and dropped all charges against the mentally handicapped youths who had previously confessed to the murders.
Upon his release from prison in December , Chikatilo found new work at a locomotive factory in Novocherkassk and kept a low profile.
He did not kill again until 1 August  when, on a business trip to Moscow, he encountered an year-old woman, named Natalia Pokhlistova, at a railway platform near Domodedovo Airport.
Pokhlistova was lured into a thicket of woods where she was bound, stabbed thirty-eight times, then strangled to death. On this occasion, however, Chikatilo had travelled to Moscow by train and, accordingly, no documentation existed for investigators to research.
Four weeks later, on 27 August, Chikatilo killed another young woman, Irina Gulyaeva, in Shakhty. As had been the case with Pokhlistova, the wounds inflicted upon the victim linked her murder to the hunt for the serial killer.
In November , a special procurator, Issa Kostoyev , was appointed to supervise the investigation, which had by this stage expanded to include fifteen procurators and twenty-nine detectives assigned to work exclusively upon the manhunt.
The following month, the militsiya resumed the patrolling of railway stations around Rostov, and plain clothed female officers were ordered to loiter around bus and train stations.
At the request of Burakov, police also took the step of consulting a psychiatrist , Dr. Alexandr Bukhanovsky, the first such consultation in a serial killer investigation in the Soviet Union.
All crime scene and medical examiner's reports were made available to Bukhanovsky, upon the understanding he would produce a psychological profile of the unknown murderer for investigators.
Bukhanovsky's page psychological profile described the killer as a reclusive man aged between 45 and 50 years old who had endured a painful and isolated childhood, and who was incapable of flirting or courtship with women.
This individual was of average intelligence, likely to be married and to have fathered children, but also a sadist who suffered from impotence and could achieve sexual arousal only by seeing his victims suffer.
The murders themselves were an analogue to the sexual intercourse this individual was incapable of performing, and his knife became a substitute for a penis which failed to function normally.
Chikatilo followed the investigation carefully, reading newspaper reports about the manhunt for the killer which had begun to appear,  and keeping his homicidal urges under control.
For almost a year following the August murder of Gulyaeva, no further victims were found in either the Rostov or Moscow Oblasts whose bodies bore the signature mutilations of the unknown murderer.
Investigators did tentatively link the murder of a year-old woman named Lyubov Golovakha—found stabbed to death in the Myasnikovsky District of Rostov on 23 July —to the investigation, although this was solely upon the basis that the killer's semen type matched that of the killer they were seeking, that the victim had been stripped naked prior to her murder, and that she had been stabbed in excess of twenty times.
Because of these discrepancies, many investigators expressed serious doubts as to whether Golovakha's murder had been committed by the killer they were seeking.
On 18 August a victim was found buried in a depression of earth in the grounds of a collective farm in the city of Bataysk. The wounds inflicted on this victim bore the trademark mutilations of victims linked to the manhunt killed between and Almost two years later, Lesiev finally captures Evilenko, who by now has killed 55 people, mostly children and young women.
On 22 May , Evilenko goes to court, and on 14 February , he is finally executed. Before his execution, two governments expressed interest in Evilenko's psychic abilities and asked for extradition of Evilenko but were denied.
The story is a fictionalization of the life and crimes of serial killer Andrei Chikatilo. Large segments of the film were adapted from Grieco's novel entitled The Communist Who Ate Children.
The character is renamed Andrei Evilenko in reference to Chikatilo. The soundtrack was composed by Angelo Badalamenti and features two tracks with Dolores O'Riordan , "Angels Go to Heaven" and "No Way Out".
It has been released in on CD digipak by Italian music label Minus Habens Records. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Pesaro Film Festival. On 21 November, the results of Chikatilo's blood test again revealed his Evilenko type to be type A and not type AB. Chikatilo was cleared of this murder at his trial. Four years later, ina son named Yuri was born. Wores don't cry. In the summer ofChikatilo was fired from his Im Bordell as a supply clerk for the theft of a roll of linoleum. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Andrei Chikatilo. The News. The intensity of the manhunt in Sayonara Deutsch years up to had receded to a degree between andwhen Chikatilo had committed Deutsche Drogenfilme three murders investigators had conclusively linked to the killer—all killed by I certainly couldn't get out of the cinema fast enough. Archived from the original on 29 May Full Cast and Crew. Throughout the questioning, Chikatilo repeatedly denied that he had committed the murders, although he did confess to molesting his pupils during his career as a teacher.