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Zosya (1967)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Yuri Kamornyj ...
Mikhail
Pola Raksa ...
Zosya
Nikolay Merzlikin ...
Viktor Baykov
Zygmunt Zintel ...
Old Stefan
Barbara Bargielowska ...
Wanda
Wieslawa Mazurkiewicz ...
Zosya's mother
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Georgiy Burkov ...
Semyonov
A. Egert
Aleksandr Grave
G. Iskandarov
Nikolai Khangazhiyev ...
Sergeant
Lyubov Korneva
N. Kornichenko
Georgiy Korolchuk ...
(as Yu. Korolchuk)
Panteleymon Krymov ...
(as Pantelejmon Krymov)
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18 September 1967 (Soviet Union)  »

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Зося  »

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Beautiful story about love during the war
24 June 2002 | by (SAMARA) – See all my reviews

The film is stunning. When I watched it first time I couldn't not to cry. The end of story promises very strong hope for bright future after war. We can say without doubts that main hero will return to his girl. Anyone of a men understands that his life and life of whom he loves can be broken because of cowardice. We all should remember about it.


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