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Freeze Die Come to Life (1989)
"Zamri, umri, voskresni!" (original title)

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Two children living in a remote mining town in the distant wastes of Siberia in 1947, survive poverty and hardship through the warmth of their friendship and a shared sense of humour.

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Credited cast:
Dinara Drukarova ...
Galia
Pavel Nazarov ...
Valerka
Elena Popova ...
Valerka's mother
Valeri Ivchenko
Vyacheslav Bambushek ...
Vitka
Vadim Yermolayev ...
School principal
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
V. Biserova
M. Bityukova
A. Drukarov
Ekaterina Gromova ...
(as Katya Gromova)
Vladimir Ivanov
Yekaterina Kanevskaya ...
(as Katya Kanvevskaya)
L. Kaplunova
A. Khalilulin
V. Khlusevich
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Two children living in a remote mining town in the distant wastes of Siberia in 1947, survive poverty and hardship through the warmth of their friendship and a shared sense of humour. Written by Maywin Media AB <maywin@mbox200.swipnet.se>

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26 September 1990 (France)  »

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Following is a very positive review.
6 February 1999 | by (Larchmont, NY, USA) – See all my reviews

"Zamri, umri, vokresni!" is not, at first sight, a positive movie. And, as it develops, the tone gets darker. Vitali Kanevsky, the director, makes a very good use of black-and-white film. The lives of Galia and Valerka get increasingly unbearable. They make it bearable, however, by making easy bantering between them about which one's tea is better as they sell them to the people. Little things like that. In all the misery that he lives in, Valerka's main goal is still to catch a robber who stole his skates. They have not lost their childhood, not yet. Not until the end. It is interesting to note that "Zamri, umri, vokresni!" is also the name of a children's game in Russia. It means, literally, "Freeze, Die, Rise!"


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