Transatlantic flight 713 is in trouble because the pilot and crew are poisoned while flying above the ocean. Now the passengers have to take control to save their lives.

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Vladimir Chestnokov ...
Doctor
Otar Koberidze ...
Lawyer
Lev Kruglyy ...
Reporter (as Lev Kruglyj)
Lyudmila Abramova ...
Eva
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American officer
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Teresa
Aleksandr Barushnoy ...
Runaway dictator
Yefim Kopelyan ...
Pharmacist
Sergei Golovanov ...
American passenger
Zana Zanoni ...
Indian passenger
Eve Kivi ...
Flight attendant
Rem Lebedev ...
Passenger
Nina Agapova ...
American passenger
Konstantin Khudyakov ...
American groom
Alik Frantsev ...
Freddy
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Something is wrong with the transatlantic flight 713. An official Soviet delegation is abruptly canceled, leaving the first class empty. After the takeoff, the pilot and crew are poisoned and fall asleep while flying above the ocean. Now the passengers have to take control to save their lives. Written by Steve Shelokhonov

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1962 (Soviet Union)  »

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713 erbittet Landeerlaubnis  »

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While filming in Leningrad, Vladimir Vysotsky met Lyudmila Abramova who became his wife and mother of his two sons. See more »

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Vysotsky's first big part in a film
9 November 2009 | by (Russian Federation) – See all my reviews

Vladimir Vysotsky appears as an American serviceman who happens to be on the transatlantic flight from Russia to America. A young Russian actor, in this movie Vysotsky played his first big part. He made a memorable appearance and demonstrated nice acting in several scenes. His range and nuanced acting is so apparently vivid during the scene when he is in a romantic mood after a drink, and starts hitting on the cute lady who is sitting next to him on the plane. Suddenly the plane begins to fall down. So Vysotsky's character instantly becomes a serviceman in the line of duty. His courage shines when the plane goes down and he brakes into the pilot's cabin while making a brave effort to save the jet. His effort was a success, and all people on board were saved.


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