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Serge (1960)

Seryozha (original title)
The mother of a 5 years old Seryozha remarries. This man becomes a friend and a confident, an adult who see Seryozha not as a child, but as a person.

Writers:

Georgiy Daneliya (as G. Daneliya), Vera Panova (novel) (as V. Panova) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Boris Barkhatov ... Seryozha (as Borya Barkhatov)
Sergey Bondarchuk ... Korostelyov (as S. Bondarchuk)
Irina Skobtseva ... Maryana (as T. Skobtseva)
Natalya Chechyotkina Natalya Chechyotkina ... Lidka (as Natasha Chechetkina)
Sergei Metelitsin Sergei Metelitsin ... Vaska (as Seryozha Metelitsin)
Yuri Kozlov Yuri Kozlov ... Zhenka (as Yura Kozlov)
Alyona Dotsenko Alyona Dotsenko ... Shurik
Lyubov Sokolova ... Vaskina maty (as L. Sokolova)
Vasiliy Merkurev ... dyadya Kostya (as V. Merkuryev)
Aleksandra Panova ... tetya Pasha (as A. Panova)
Klarina Frolova-Vorontsova ... Zhenkina tetka (as K. Frolova)
Nikolay Sergeev ... Lukyanych (as N. Sergeyev)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vasili Brovkin Vasili Brovkin
Vyacheslav Brovkin Vyacheslav Brovkin ... dyadya Petya (as V. Brovkin)
Valentin Bryleev ... Prositel (as V. Bryleyev)
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The mother of a 5 years old Seryozha remarries. This man becomes a friend and a confident, an adult who see Seryozha not as a child, but as a person.

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russia | based on novel | See All (2) »

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The Studio That Brought You "Ballad of a Soldier"...Presents for You Another Screen Masterpiece! See more »

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Drama

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Trivia

Based on a homonymous short novel by Vera Panova. See more »

Quotes

Seryozha: Auntie, tell me a story.
tetya Pasha: Can't you see that I'm busy?
Seryozha: But your mouth isn't.
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Referenced in I Am Twenty (1965) See more »

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Beautiful Film
8 May 2013 | by Sgt_Pepper1102See all my reviews

My father told me he had seen this film in 1962 when he was about 9 years old, and I saw it yesterday and although it had some technical problems such as a poor audio quality and a very dirty, grainy film, I enjoyed the warmth and simplicity of the story, it was very human and honest, with a great cinematography and amazing performances.

At first I thought I was going to see a movie for kids, but the camera work, situations and performances quickly dragged me into the story which has a lot of depth both in content and emotionally. Some might say there's a bit of political themes in this film, but it's not really propagandist or moralist at all. I recommend this for anyone who loves films like "Kes" by Ken Loach or "Little Fugitive" by Morris Engel.


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Country:

Soviet Union

Language:

Russian

Release Date:

12 August 1960 (Soviet Union) See more »

Also Known As:

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Company Credits

Production Co:

Mosfilm See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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