The Soviet Union, just after the Nazi invasion in 1941. Natasha is a Red Cross volunteer who is dispatched to a field hospital located in an old pre-revolution mansion. The American test ... See full summary »

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The Soviet Union, just after the Nazi invasion in 1941. Natasha is a Red Cross volunteer who is dispatched to a field hospital located in an old pre-revolution mansion. The American test pilot John Hill who'd been in Russia on a goodwill mission, is wounded in a battle and brought to the hospital. As he slowly recovers from his wounds, Hill falls in love with Natasha. One day the crisis develops when the hospital personnel are forced to move immediately to Leningrad as the Nazis advance. Written by Robert

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Extremely rare film exists at British Film Institute
18 April 2005 | by (Putney, VT) – See all my reviews

THREE Russian GIRLS is one of the rarest films from the forties. I have never been able to locate it in private 16 mm or video collections and had despaired that it was lost. However, a recent communication from the British Film Institute reveals that they possess a copy of the film and a video transfer, which I assume is used for on premises scholars who may wish to view the film. For those fans of Anna Sten this is good news. Sten's oeuvre is quite hard to assemble these days, WE LIVE AGAIN and NANA being the only two titles that are basically easy to find. Thanks to the BFI, at least one more title is preserved. Having nothing more to say but forced to fill ten lines, I will now complete this sentence.


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