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Goodbye, Boys! is the coming-of-age tale of three teenagers graduating from a Communist school during World War II. It's summer, and their main goals are swimming in the Black Sea and wooing the girl all three of them love. However, they are asked to become officers in the military, and slowly their worlds begin changing forever. Their parents oppose them, they begin fearing losing each other and their families, and the military tricks and maneuvers them into joining the army instead of the navy. Written by
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I saw this movie many years ago and would like to watch it again
I saw this movie many years ago and would like to watch it again. It was shot during Khruschev 'ottepel'(thaw) - a short period of 'renaissance' of the Soviet cinema in 1960s, it made a very good impression at the time. There are a number of good movies produced then: 'Ballad of a Soldier', 'The Cranes Are Flying', 'I'm Twenty', 'The Wild Dog Dingo', 'Gamlet' just to name a few. According to the book, the events took place in 1936: the main characters study upcoming "Stalin Constitution" at school. (It was adopted in 1937). The town described in the book is not Odessa, but most likely Evpatoria - the place where B.Balter settled before WW2: the book states that they "ALSO" have "PERESYP" ("like Odessa"). Wondering where I could get this movie either on DVD or VHS.
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