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Timid old woman Pelageya Nilovna observes the revolutionary activities of her son Pavel Vlasov and gradually comes to realize that his cause is a great and noble one. She involves herself in... See more »

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Pelagea Nilovna Vlassovna, the mother
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Pavel Vlassov
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Sasha
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Andrei Nakhodka
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Nikolai Ivanovich
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Sophia Ivanovna
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Rybin
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Nikolai Suzov
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Mr. Vlassov
Ivan Neganov ...
Agent (as I. Neganov)
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Vesoshukov
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(as Ye. Baliev)
A. Bryantsev
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(as A. Bykov)
V. Domoratsky
Aleksander Ilyin ...
(as A. Ilyin)
Aleksandr Kuznetsov
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(as T. Makhova)
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Gordov (unconfirmed) (as K. Nemolyayev)
I. Oligin
Nikolay Polenkov ...
(as N. Polenkov)

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Mark Donskoy

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Mark Donskoy ... ()
 
Maxim Gorky ... (novel)
 
Nikolai Kovarsky ... ()

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Mark Donskoy ... producer
Aleksandr Kozyr ... associate producer

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Lev Shvarts

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Aleksei Mishurin

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N. Gorbenko

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Vladimir Agranov

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Ekaterina Gakkebush ... (as Ye. Gakkebush)

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Yakov Grinberg ... makeup artist (as Y. Grinberg)

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Boris Zholkov ... production director (as B. Zholkov)

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Ariadna Fedorenko ... sound

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N. Abramov ... special effects art director
Nikolay Ilyushin ... special effects photographer (as N. Ilyushin)

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Natan Rakhlin ... musical director

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B. Byalik ... literary consultant

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Timid old woman Pelageya Nilovna observes the revolutionary activities of her son Pavel Vlasov and gradually comes to realize that his cause is a great and noble one. She involves herself in the movement and finds joy and great courage in her new life as a revolutionary. Written by Jim Beaver

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Also Known As
  • Мать (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • 1905 (United States)
  • La mère (France)
  • Die Mutter (East Germany)
  • Matka (Poland)
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  • 104 min
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