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Aty-baty, shli soldaty... (1977)

The families of 18 soldiers who heroically died in 1944 are meeting at the place of the squad last battle.

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Svyatkin
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Suslin
Yelena Shanina ...
Kima
Leonid Bakshtayev ...
Konstantin
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polkovnik, komandir Konstantina (as N. Grinko)
Ivan Gavrilyuk ...
serzhant Sayko (as I. Gavrilyuk)
Nikolai Sektimenko ...
ryadovoy Glebov (as N. Sektimenko)
Otabek Ganiyev ...
Khabanera (as A. Ganiyev)
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Khozayka khaty (as N. Naum)
Mikhail Yezepov ...
Mikhail, pevets (as M. Yezepov)
Boris Khimichev ...
Yuri Saiko (as B. Khimichev)
Vladimir Gerasimov ...
ml. serzhant Myatnikov (as V. Gerasimov)
Nina Kiryakova ...
(as N. Kiryakova)
Yuriy Sherstnyov ...
Plemyatnik íglebova (as Yu. Shersnyov)
Aida Yunusova ...
doch Khabaneri (as A. Yunusova)
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The families of 18 soldiers who heroically died in 1944 are meeting at the place of the squad last battle.

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Turely a Masterpiece
14 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

One, Two, Soldiers Were Going is yet another well done film directed by Leonid Bykov. The audience watching this expecting a gruesome war film would be presently surprised, in how it plays out. It is not your average war film. It has the reminiscing touch that Ballad of a Solider, and Only Old Men are Going to Battle, had that made them great films. The way that Leonid Bykov can evoke emotions from the audience is truly amazing. The plot is well done in showing how war can effect all people involved: soldiers, and families. Even in the years after wards there is still pain and feelings of those involved. The music selection was great. This film truly encompasses the the other side of a war that is generally overlooked.


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