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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
K. Bondarevsky ... Young Ivan (as Konstantin Bondarevsky)
Dmitri Golubinsky ... Secretary
Elena Golki ... Mother of Killed Worker (as Elena Golik)
Maksim Gornatko
Aleksandr Zapolsky ... Supervisor (as Alexander Zapolski)
Pyotr Masokha ... Ivan Guba (as Peter Masokha)
Nikolai Nademsky
Peter Pastushkov
Stepan Shagaida ... Stepan Vasiliyevich, the foreman
... Stepan Iosovich Guba, the idler
Terentiy Yura
Mikola Grigorovich Tretyakov ... Ttetyakov
Avgust Avgustovich Shults ... Shults
Pavlo Ivanovich Orov ... Orov
Isatula Sadikovich Ibatulin ... Ibatulin
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After the critical lambasting of his masterpiece Earth, Dovzhenko returned with a more popular iteration of its main motifs. Much like Earth, Ivan concerns itself with the natural rhythms of country life, disrupted by the beat of looming industrialisation.

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6 November 1932 (Soviet Union)  »

Also Known As:

Ivan - kertomus kahdesta nuoresta miehestä  »

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