Literature: Fyodor Dostoevsky

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Fyodor Dostoevsky was a Russian novelist, short story writer, essayist, journalist and philosopher. Dostoevsky's literary works explore human psychology in the troubled political, social, and spiritual atmospheres of 19th-century Russia, and engage with a variety of philosophical and religious themes. His most acclaimed works include Crime and Punishment (1866), The Idiot (1869), Demons (1872) and The Brothers Karamazov (1880). Dostoevsky's oeuvre consists of 11 novels, three novellas, 17 short stories and numerous other works. Many literary critics rate him as one of the greatest psychologists in world literature.

————————————————————————— CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

Crime and Punishment focuses on the mental anguish and moral dilemmas of Rodion Raskolnikov, an impoverished ex-student in Saint Petersburg who formulates a plan to kill an unscrupulous pawnbroker for her money. Before the killing, Raskolnikov believes that with the money he could liberate himself from poverty and go on to perform great deeds. However, once it is done he finds himself racked with confusion, paranoia, and disgust for what he has done. His moral justifications disintegrate completely as he struggles with guilt and horror and confronts the real-world consequences of his deed. (1 to 35 on the list)

————————————————————————— THE IDIOT

The title is an ironic reference to the central character of the novel, Prince Lev Nikolayevich Myshkin, a young man whose goodness, open-hearted simplicity and guilelessness lead many of the more worldly characters he encounters to mistakenly assume that he lacks intelligence and insight. In the character of Prince Myshkin, Dostoevsky set himself the task of depicting "the positively good and beautiful man." The novel examines the consequences of placing such a unique individual at the centre of the conflicts, desires, passions and egoism of worldly society, both for the man himself and for those with whom he becomes involved. (36 to 53 on the list)

————————————————————————— DEMONS

Demons is an allegory of the potentially catastrophic consequences of the political and moral nihilism that were becoming prevalent in Russia in the 1860s. A fictional town descends into chaos as it becomes the focal point of an attempted revolution, orchestrated by master conspirator Pyotr Verkhovensky. The mysterious aristocratic figure of Nikolai Stavrogin—Verkhovensky's counterpart in the moral sphere—dominates the book, exercising an extraordinary influence over the hearts and minds of almost all the other characters. The idealistic, western-influenced generation of the 1840s, epitomized in the character of Stepan Verkhovensky (who is both Pyotr Verkhovensky's father and Nikolai Stavrogin's childhood teacher), are presented as the unconscious progenitors and helpless accomplices of the 'demonic' forces that take possession of the town. (54 to 63 on the list)

————————————————————————— THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV

The Brothers Karamazov is a passionate philosophical novel set in 19th-century Russia, that enters deeply into the ethical debates of God, free will, and morality. It is a spiritual drama of moral struggles concerning faith, doubt, judgment, and reason, set against a modernizing Russia, with a plot which revolves around the subject of patricide. Dostoevsky composed much of the novel in Staraya Russa, which inspired the main setting. Since its publication, it has been acclaimed as one of the supreme achievements in world literature. (64 to 76 on the list)

————————————————————————— WHITE NIGHTS

Like many of Dostoevsky's stories, "White Nights" is told in the first person by a nameless narrator. The narrator is a young man living in Saint Petersburg who suffers from loneliness. He gets to know and falls in love with a young woman, but the love remains unrequited as the woman misses her lover, with whom she is finally reunited. (77 to 89 on the list)

————————————————————————— NETOCHKA NEZVANOVA

"Netochka Nezvanova" tells the story of a childhood dominated by her stepfather, Efimov, a failed musician who believes he is a neglected genius. The young girl is strangely drawn to this drunken ruin of a man, who exploits her and drives the family to poverty. But when she is rescued by an aristocratic family, the abuse against Netochka's delicate psyche continues in a more subtle way, condemning her to remain an outsider - a solitary spectator of a glittering society. Conceived as part of a novel on a grand scale, Netochka Nezvanova remained incomplete after Dostoyevsky was exiled to Siberia for 'revolutionary activities' in 1849. With its depiction of the suffering, loneliness, madness and sin that affect both rich and poor in St Petersburg, it contains the great themes that were to dominate his later novels. (89 on the list)

————————————————————————— THE GAMBLER

The story, inspired by Dostoyevsky's own real life gambling addiction, tells the tale of a young tutor named Alexei Ivanovich who begins gambling to win enough money to become a rich man and therefore win the favor of the woman that he loves. The woman, Polina is the mother of the children that he tutors. (90 to 102 on the list)

————————————————————————— THE DOUBLE

It tells the tragic but comic tale of the polite and well-established titular councilor Yakov Petrovitch Golyadkin. His problems begin when his exact double enters his life and begins to take over. (103 to 105 on the list)

————————————————————————— NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND

The anonymous narrator of Notes from Underground is a bitter, misanthropic man living alone in St. Petersburg, Russia, in the 1860s. He is a veteran of the Russian civil service who has recently been able to retire because he has inherited some money. (106 to 112 on the list)

————————————————————————— A GENTLE CREATURE

The piece comes with the subtitle of "A Fantastic Story", and it chronicles the relationship between a pawnbroker and a girl that frequents his shop. The story was inspired by a news report that Dostoyevsky read in April 1876 about the suicide of a seamstress. Dostoyevsky referred to it as a "meek suicide" that "keeps haunting you for a long time." (113 to 124 on the list)

————————————————————————— THE DREAM OF A RIDICULOUS MAN

The narrator wandering the streets of St. Petersburg. He contemplates how he has always been a ridiculous person, and also, how recently, he has come to the realization that nothing much matters to him any more. It is this revelation that leads him to the idea of suicide. (125 to 126 on the list)

————————————————————————— HUMILIATED AND INSULTED

Narrated by a young novelist, Vanya (Ivan Petrovich), who has just released his first novel. It consists of two gradually converging plot lines. One deals with Vanya's close friend and former love object, Natasha, who has left her family to live with her new lover, Alyosha. Alyosha is the saintly but dimwitted son of Prince Valkovsky, who hopes to gain financially by marrying Alyosha off to an heiress, Katya. The other plotline focuses on a thirteen-year-old orphan, Nellie, whom Vanya saves from an abusive household by taking her into his apartment, and whose deceased mother's story in some ways parallels that of Natasha. It's unusual to see a well-developed character as young as Nellie in a Dostoevsky novel, but Nellie may be one of his most moving creations, and she in particular shows the influence of Dickens (Dostoevsky is known to have read Dickens during the Siberian exile; this novel was conceived near the end of this exile. (127 to 132 on the list)

————————————————————————— A NASTY STORY

After drinking a bit too much with two fellow civil servants, the protagonist, Ivan Ilyich Pralinsky, expounds on his desire to embrace a philosophy based on kindness to those in lower status social positions. After leaving the initial gathering, Ivan happens upon the wedding celebration of one of his subordinates. He decides to put his philosophy into action, and so crashes the party. Many more drinks ensue, and Ivan embarrasses himself terribly while failing to gain the admiration of his "lessers", which he so desperately desires. (133 on the list)

————————————————————————— THE ETERNAL HUSBAND

The Eternal Husband may, in fact, constitute his most classically-shaped composition, with his most devilish plot: a man answers a late-night knock on the door to find himself in a tense and puzzling confrontation with the husband of a former lover—but it isn’t clear if the husband knows about the affair. What follows is one of the most beautiful and piercing considerations ever written about the dualities of love: a dazzling psychological duel between the two men over knowledge they may or may not share, bringing them both to a shattering conclusion. (134 to 140 on the list)

————————————————————————— THE RAW YOUTH

The novel chronicles the life of 19-year-old intellectual, Arkady Dolgoruky, illegitimate child of the controversial and womanizing landowner Versilov. A focus of the novel is the recurring conflict between father and son, particularly in ideology, which represents the battles between the conventional "old" way of thinking in the 1840s and the new nihilistic point of view of the youth of 1860s Russia. The young of Arkady's time embraced a very negative opinion of Russian culture in contrast to Western or European culture. Another main theme is Arkady's development and utilization of his "idea" in his life, mainly a form of rebellion against society (and his father) through the rejection of attending a university, and the making of money and living independently, onto the eventual aim of becoming excessively wealthy and powerful. (141 on the list)


The short story about how solid, venerable, jealous husband in the search for a frivolous wife falls in someone else's apartment and finds himself under the bed of an unfamiliar woman, together with an unknown man, who, too, was there by accident. (142 to 145 on the list)

————————————————————————— UNCLE’S DREAM

The comic novel about an old red tape, a kind of "fragment of the aristocracy." Vests and perfumes, gloves and ties, all this is not able to turn the "dead man on springs" into a youth. (146 to 149 on the list)

————————————————————————— • Inspired by Several Novels (150 on the list) • Biographical Movies (151 to 158 on the list) • Documentaries (159 to 161 on the list)

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1. Crime and Punishment (1970)

221 min | Drama

Raskolnikov, an impoverished ex-law student, kills an old pawnbroker and her sister, perhaps for money, perhaps to prove a theory about being above the law. He comes to police attention ... See full summary »

Director: Lev Kulidzhanov | Stars: Georgiy Taratorkin, Innokentiy Smoktunovskiy, Tatyana Bedova, Viktoriya Fyodorova

Votes: 848

Russian version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

2. Crime and Punishment (2002 TV Movie)

200 min | Crime, Drama

Living in squalor, a former student and loner (Raskolnikov) murders an old pawnbroker woman in order to confirm his hypothesis that certain individuals can pretermit morality in the pursuit of something greater.

Director: Julian Jarrold | Stars: John Simm, Ian McDiarmid, Shaun Dingwall, Geraldine James

Votes: 703

English version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

3. Crime and Punishment (1983)

Not Rated | 93 min | Crime, Drama

An adaptation of Dostoyevsky's novel, set in modern Helsinki. Slaughterhouse worker Rahikainen murders a man, and is forced to live with the consequences of his actions.

Director: Aki Kaurismäki | Stars: Markku Toikka, Aino Seppo, Esko Nikkari, Hannu Lauri

Votes: 1,925

Finnish version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

4. Crime and Punishment (1935)

Not Rated | 88 min | Crime, Drama

Man is haunted by a murder he's committed.

Director: Josef von Sternberg | Stars: Edward Arnold, Peter Lorre, Marian Marsh, Tala Birell

Votes: 1,561

English version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

5. Pickpocket (1959)

Not Rated | 76 min | Crime, Drama

Michel is released from jail after serving a sentence for thievery. His mother dies and he resorts to pickpocketing as a means of survival.

Director: Robert Bresson | Stars: Martin LaSalle, Marika Green, Jean Pélégri, Dolly Scal

Votes: 17,385

Believed to be inspired by a passage from novel «Crime and Punishment».

6. Match Point (2005)

R | 124 min | Drama, Romance, Thriller

72 Metascore

At a turning point in his life, a former tennis pro falls for an actress who happens to be dating his friend and soon-to-be brother-in-law.

Director: Woody Allen | Stars: Scarlett Johansson, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Emily Mortimer, Matthew Goode

Votes: 193,440 | Gross: $23.09M

Believed to be inspired by a passage from novel «Crime and Punishment».

7. Norte, the End of History (2013)

TV-MA | 250 min | Crime, Drama

81 Metascore

An embittered law student commits a brutal double murder; a family man takes the fall and is forced into a harsh prison sentence; a mother and her two children wander the countryside looking for some kind of redemption.

Director: Lav Diaz | Stars: Sid Lucero, Angeli Bayani, Archie Alemania, Soliman Cruz

Votes: 1,600

Believed to be inspired by a passage from novel «Crime and Punishment».

8. Whispering Pages (1994)

77 min | Drama

The existential protagonist is a hungry, homeless, socially isolated, and socially alienated young man living on the streets of an anonymous Russian big city in the 19th Century. He's ... See full summary »

Director: Aleksandr Sokurov | Stars: Aleksandr Cherednik, Sergey Barkovskiy, Elizaveta Koroleva, Galina Nikulina

Votes: 427

Russian version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

9. Prestuplenie i nakazanie (2007– )

52 min | Drama

Based on the one of the finest novels among the world of literature , by dostoevsky. A nihilistic, university drop out young man sets himself up above morals and sentiments and kills an old... See full summary »

Stars: Vladimir Koshevoy, Andrey Panin, Aleksandr Baluev, Elena Yakovleva

Votes: 141

Russian version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

10. Crime and Punishment (1979– )

225 min | Drama

This mini-series is the ultimate psychological thriller with a powerful sense of guilt and retribution, set in St. Petersburg in the second half of the nineteenth century. Rashalnikov is a ... See full summary »

Stars: John Hurt, Anne Orwin, Siân Phillips, Fiona Glassbrook

Votes: 144

English version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

11. The Rockford Files: Punishment and Crime (1996 TV Movie)

TV-PG | 120 min | Action, Crime, Drama

Laid-back private eye Jim Rockford and his brown Pontiac Firebird become embroiled in another case when he runs across an old flame, blind psychologist Megan. Her no-good playboy cousin ... See full summary »

Director: David Chase | Stars: James Garner, Kathryn Harrold, Joe Santos, Bryan Cranston

Votes: 146

English version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

12. Without Compassion (1994)

120 min | Crime, Drama

Based on Dostoyevsky's 'Crime and Punishment': Ramón is a lonely laws student that lives in a rented room and thinks he has committed the perfect crime, but can't stand the consequences. A story of irrationality, anxiety and suffering.

Director: Francisco J. Lombardi | Stars: Diego Bertie, Adriana Dávila, Jorge Chiarella, Marcello Rivera

Votes: 105

Spanish version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

13. Crime and Punishment (1935)

107 min | Crime, Drama

Raskolnikov is a Russian man who follows an unusual moral code. A combination of vigilantism and hubris fuels his decision to aid a hapless prostitute by removing her antagonist, a local ... See full summary »

Director: Pierre Chenal | Stars: Harry Baur, Pierre Blanchar, Madeleine Ozeray, Lucienne Le Marchand

Votes: 99

French version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

14. Nina (2004)

85 min | Drama, Animation, Thriller

Psychological thriller larded with manga-like animations about the young, poor comic strip illustrator Nina, living with her mean landlady. She sinks further and further into a violent fantasy world.

Director: Heitor Dhalia | Stars: Guta Stresser, Milhem Cortaz, Anderson Faganello, Abrahão Farc

Votes: 862

Portuguese version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

15. Crime and Punishment (1956)

107 min | Crime, Drama

Modern update of Dostoievski's novel Crime and Punishment.

Director: Georges Lampin | Stars: Jean Gabin, Marina Vlady, Ulla Jacobsson, Bernard Blier

Votes: 190

French version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

16. Crime and Punishment (1998 TV Movie)

PG-13 | 120 min | Drama

A man who is haunted by a murder he committed.

Director: Joseph Sargent | Stars: Patrick Dempsey, Ben Kingsley, Julie Delpy, Eddie Marsan

Votes: 759

English version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

17. Crime and Punishment (2002)

Not Rated | 126 min | Drama

A modern day adaptation of Dostoyevsky's classic novel about a young student who is forever haunted by the murder he has committed.

Director: Menahem Golan | Stars: Crispin Glover, Vanessa Redgrave, John Hurt, Margot Kidder

Votes: 606

English version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

18. Student (2012)

90 min | Drama

63 Metascore

A solitary philosophy student steers his directionless life toward a violent crime, spurred on by a post-Soviet order characterized by growing inequality, institutional corruption and a ... See full summary »

Director: Darezhan Omirbayev | Stars: Ermek Ahmetov, Erkebulan Almanov, Amangeldy Aytaly, Nurlan Bajtasov

Votes: 180

Kazakh version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

19. Crime + Punishment in Suburbia (2000)

R | 100 min | Drama, Thriller

32 Metascore

A darkly romantic story of murder and redemption, set against an eerily familiar American landscape.

Director: Rob Schmidt | Stars: Monica Keena, Ellen Barkin, Michael Ironside, Vincent Kartheiser

Votes: 2,893 | Gross: $0.03M

English version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

20. Crime & Punishment, USA (1959)

96 min | Drama

A Californian law student murders a pawnbroker, then matches wits with the detective on the case.

Director: Denis Sanders | Stars: George Hamilton, Mary Murphy, Frank Silvera, Marian Seldes

Votes: 143

English version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

21. Fear (1946)

Approved | 68 min | Drama, Film-Noir, Mystery

A medical student--broke, hungry and desperate for money--is hired to murder a loan shark. After the killing he is tormented by guilt over what he's done. A detective, who knows the student... See full summary »

Director: Alfred Zeisler | Stars: Peter Cookson, Warren William, Anne Gwynne, James Cardwell

Votes: 238

English version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

22. Neramu Siksha (1973)

Not Rated | 180 min | Drama

Watch the classic Telugu movie, Neramu Shiksha starring Krishna, Kantha Rao, Balaiah and Satyanarayana. Directed by K.Vishwanath with music score by S. Rajeshwar Rao. Watch the full movie Neramu Shiksha online, only on Eros Now.

Director: K. Viswanath | Stars: Krishna Ghattamaneni, Varalakshmi G., Bharathi, Balaiah M.

Votes: 17

Telugu version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

23. Crime and Punishment (1951)

104 min | Drama, Crime

An adaptation of Fiodor's Dostoievsky novel Crime and Punishment set in the XX Century Mexico. Ramón Bernal is a poor student in Mexico City that has abandoned his career when he receives a... See full summary »

Director: Fernando de Fuentes | Stars: Roberto Cañedo, Lilia Prado, Carlos López Moctezuma, Luis Beristáin

Votes: 38

Spanish version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

Kannada version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

25. Crime & Punishment (I) (2015)

110 min | Crime, Drama, Thriller

When reason fails, the devil helps.

Director: Andrew O'Keefe | Stars: Lee Mason, Anna Samson, Christopher Bunworth, John Orcsik

Votes: 33

English version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

26. Crime and Punishment (1945)

106 min | Drama

Dostoyevsky's novel is one of world literature's most filmed works. Raskolnikov, a poor student, is planning to assassinate a hated pawnbroker.

Director: Hampe Faustman | Stars: Hampe Faustman, Gunn Wållgren, Sigurd Wallén, Elsie Albiin

Votes: 30

Swedish version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

27. Melah Ha'arets (2006)

114 min | Crime, Drama

They were four friends in heart & soul. Blood Brothers that were that were bound together by their army experience. They were good people & decent citizens. They had love, careers, hopes, a... See full summary »

Director: Uri Barbash | Stars: Lior Ashkenazi, Aki Avni, Lucy Dubinchik, Liat Glick

Votes: 66

Hebrew version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

28. Crime and Punishment (1971 TV Movie)

102 min | Drama

(Russian with English subtitles) Former student Raskolnikov is pushed to murder when struggling to pay the rent on his apartment. When the murder is being investigated by the police, ... See full summary »

Director: Stellio Lorenzi | Stars: François Marthouret, Jean Topart, Philippe Léotard, Jean Michaud

Votes: 5

French version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

Arabic version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

Hindi version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

Animation version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

32. Crime and Punishment (1923)

135 min | Drama

Student Raskolnikow, who has written an article about laws and crime, proposing the thesis, that un-ordinary people can commit crimes if their actions are necessary for the benifit of ... See full summary »

Director: Robert Wiene | Stars: Gregori Chmara, Elisabeta Skulskaja, Alla Tarasova, Andrei Zhilinsky

Votes: 237

Silent version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

Silent version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

Silent version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

Silent version of the novel «Crime and Punishment».

36. Idiot (2003– )

550 min | Drama

The thrilling drama based on the world's greatest masterpiece by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Half-sane Prince Myshkin returns from Swiss psycho-clinic to face the glamorous world of St Petersburg. ... See full summary »

Stars: Marietta Melrose, Evgeniy Mironov, Vladimir Mashkov, Lidiya Velezheva

Votes: 1,661

Russian version of the novel «The Idiot».

37. Balthazar (1966)

Not Rated | 95 min | Drama

100 Metascore

The story of a mistreated donkey and the people around him. A study on saintliness and a sister piece to Bresson's Mouchette.

Director: Robert Bresson | Stars: Anne Wiazemsky, Walter Green, François Lafarge, Jean-Claude Guilbert

Votes: 15,613 | Gross: $0.04M

Believed to be inspired by a passage from novel «The Idiot».

38. The Idiot (1951)

Not Rated | 166 min | Drama, Romance

A Japanese veteran, driven partially mad from the war, travels to the snowy island of Kameda where he soon enters a love triangle with his best friend and a disgraced woman.

Director: Akira Kurosawa | Stars: Setsuko Hara, Masayuki Mori, Toshirô Mifune, Yoshiko Kuga

Votes: 4,106

Japanese version of the novel «The Idiot».

39. The Idiot (1958)

PG-13 | 122 min | Drama

Upon Prince Myshkin's return to St. Petersburg from an asylum in Switzerland, he becomes beguiled by the lovely young Aglaya, daughter of a wealthy father. But his deepest emotion is for ... See full summary »

Director: Ivan Pyrev | Stars: Yuriy Yakovlev, Yuliya Borisova, Nikita Podgorny, Vera Pashennaya

Votes: 510

Russian version of the novel «The Idiot».

40. Down House (2001)

95 min | Comedy, Crime, Drama

The plot is set in modern Moscow, in the 1990s, with "New Russians", Hummer H1 jeeps, bribery, violence, truck fulls of tinned stew as a dowry, etc.

Director: Roman Kachanov | Stars: Fedor Bondarchuk, Ivan Okhlobystin, Anna Buklovskaya, Aleksandr Bashirov

Votes: 1,784

Russian version of the novel «The Idiot».

41. Idiot (1991– )

223 min | Drama

An epileptic man (Myshkin) returns from medical treatment abroad and finds himself in love with Nastasia. There are twists and turns as the he gets engaged to another woman (Amba) only to ... See full summary »

Stars: Vasudeo Bhatt, Babulal Bora, Meenakshi Goswami, Navjot Hansra

Votes: 1,081

Hindi version of the novel «The Idiot».

42. The Idiot Returns (1999)

99 min | Romance, Comedy, Drama

Frantisek, the main character is returning to his family. Until now he's been, "successfully" avoiding all relationships. He is an ingenuous and a pure person and thus, is regarded as an ... See full summary »

Director: Sasa Gedeon | Stars: Pavel Liska, Anna Geislerová, Tatiana Vilhelmová, Jirí Langmajer

Votes: 912

Czech version of the novel «The Idiot».

43. L'amour braque (1985)

Unrated | 101 min | Comedy, Drama, Romance

A bank robber tries to return his girl, but a crazy way of life coupled with an insane company make the case only worse.

Director: Andrzej Zulawski | Stars: Sophie Marceau, Francis Huster, Tchéky Karyo, Christiane Jean

Votes: 738

French version of the novel «The Idiot».

44. L'idiot (1946)

98 min | Drama

Muichkine, a young Russian prince, returns home to St. Petersburg from a mental institution, determined to spread decency and kindness in the harsh and cruel world. He becomes betrothed to ... See full summary »

Director: Georges Lampin | Stars: Edwige Feuillère, Lucien Coëdel, Jean Debucourt, Sylvie

Votes: 169

French version of the novel «The Idiot».

45. The Idiot (2011)

132 min | Drama, History

A story of a man, whose sincerity becomes a great weapon in a cynical world.

Director: Rainer Sarnet | Stars: Risto Kübar, Katariina Unt, Tambet Tuisk, Ragne Veensalu

Votes: 214

Estonian version of the novel «The Idiot».

Japanese version of the novel «The Idiot».

Bengali version of the novel «The Idiot».

48. The Idiot (1966– )