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Hard to Be a God
Directed by Peter Fleischmann
Starring Werner Herzog
Alexander Philippenko
Eduard Zentara
Music by Jürgen Fritz
Cinematography Jerzy Goscik
Pavel Lebeshev
Klaus Müller-Laue
Editing by Marie-Josée Audiard
Christian Virmond
Release date(s) 1989
Running time 119 min.
Country Soviet Union
 West Germany
Language German

Hard to Be a God (German: Es ist nicht leicht ein Gott zu sein, Russian: Трудно быть богом) is a joint USSR-Germany science fiction film directed by Peter Fleischmann released in 1989. Based on the novel with the same name by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky.

The Strugatsky brothers' main request was for the director to be of Soviet origin, possibly Aleksei German. Still, against their will, Fleischmann became the director of this project. Because of Fleischmann's intractability and difficult nature, Arkady and Boris Strugatsky stopped collaborating with him and departed from the filming process. As a result the film was heavily criticized by them. (source in Russian) This led to the 2007 film development.

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