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Andromeda Nebula (1967)

Tumannost Andromedy (original title)
A spaceship from Earth is trapped on the unknown planet. Based on book "Tumannost Andromedy" by Ivan Efremov.

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Credited cast:
Sergei Stolyarov ...
Dar Veter
Vija Artmane ...
Veda Kong
Nikolai Kryukov ...
Erg Noor
Tatyana Voloshina ...
Niza Krit
Lado Tskhvariashvili ...
Mven Mas
Aleksandr Gaj ...
Pur Hiss
Roman Khomyatov ...
Kim
Lyudmila Chursina ...
Luma Lasvi
Marina Yurasova ...
Ingrid Ditra
Gennadiy Yukhtin ...
Eon Tal
Aleksandr Goloborodko ...
Ren Boz
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Film is set in the future. Humans on spaceship named "Tantra" are exploring the unknown part of the Universe. The spaceship gets trapped by the mysterious Iron Star. The Iron Star's powerful force of gravity is to hold the spaceship for 20 years. The humans are facing a very tough survival challenge, being surrounded by the invisible predators. The predators can eat human flesh right through heavy spacesuits, and some crew-members disappear. Only the light from "Tantra" can scare the predators away. Written by Steve Shelokhonov

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Best Soviet Sci-Fi movie ever
11 September 2003 | by (Russia, Moscow) – See all my reviews

This film was considered for some strange reason as not really successful (may be it was politically incorrect for its time) and almost not shown and theatres and TV. I saw it only once in 1990 during "Old Sci-Fi festival" but I have to say it's best Russian I saw. Actually in USSR there were almost didn't filmed sci-fi an thrillers. This film in somewhat very similar to Kubrik's Space Odyssey. Probably it well-made, decorations, dress-ups , scenes build strong (as if for real use) and not from plastic and paper. Also people shown at this movie, their interests, behavior and motivations so different from modern's. All this give you a strong filling of future life. This is true, good old-fashioned Sci-fi. Not Hi-tech westerns like Terminator or hi-tech tales like Star Wars. Also it based on very serious story, considered as one of the keystones of Russian postwar sci-fi. Shortly speaking - Good, old-fashioned, space travel pure sci-fi.


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