1944. Front left to the western borders of the USSR. For these places the war has ended, but peaceful life has not begun. Soldiers from near Vologda Andrey Komarov and Kazakh girl Adalat ...
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Tamara and Sasha were separated during the war. Now (1957) Sasha is visiting Moscow for five days and by chance recognizes the house where Tamara used to live. She is still living there with her nephew Slava.
Diamonds in the night is the tense, brutal story of two Jewish boys who escape from a train transporting them from one concentration camp to another. Ultimately, they are hunted down by a ... See full summary »
St. Petersburg, mid 19th century: the indolent, middle-aged Oblomov lives in a flat with his older servant, Zakhar. He sleeps much of the day, dreaming of his childhood on his parents' ... See full summary »
Seven year old Sasha practices violin every day to satisfy the ambition of his parents. Already withdrawn as a result of his routines, Sasha quickly regains confidence when he accidentally ... See full summary »
Aboard a ship early in the 20th-century, a middle-aged Italian tells his story of love to a Russian. In a series of flashbacks filmed almost entirely in creams, whites, and ochers, the ... See full summary »
Douglas is a foreign entrepreneur, who ventures to Russia in 1885 with dreams of selling a new, experimental steam-driven timber harvester in the wilds of Siberia. Jane is his assistant, ... See full summary »
Olga Voznesenskaya is a silent screen star whose pictures are so popular that underground revolutionaries risk capture to see them. She's in southern Russia filming a tear-jerker as the ... See full summary »
Only one night with the stranger becomes the real delusion for the main character. This "sunstroke" doesn't release it even in most "damned days" of death of the Russian Empire - According ... See full summary »
1944. Front left to the western borders of the USSR. For these places the war has ended, but peaceful life has not begun. Soldiers from near Vologda Andrey Komarov and Kazakh girl Adalat awaiting transport. The church paintings show heroes. This event brings joy and heroes. Germans suddenly appear. They are few, and the guy has a chance to shoot enemies. He figured right, and operates quietly. But the Germans set fire to the picture. Saving pictures from the fire, Andrew dies. Written by