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Mne dvadtsat let (1965)

Following three lifelong friends who return to Moscow after military service, we see their aspirations juxtaposed against everyday life in 1960 Soviet Union.

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Valentin Popov ... Sergei Zhuravlyov
... Nikolai 'Kolia' Fokin
... Slavka Kostikov
... Anya
Zinaida Zinovyeva ... Olga Mikhailovna Zhuravlyova
... Vera Zhuravlyova
... Second Lieutenant Aleksandr Zhuravlyov
T. Bogdanova ... Lyusya Kostikova
Lyudmila Selyanskaya ... Conductress
Aleksandr Blinov ... Kuzmich (as Sasha Blinov)
Lev Zolotukhin ... Anya's Father
... Chernousov
Gennadi Nekrasov ... Vladimir Vasilyevich
Nikolay Zakharchenko ... Friend
... 'Turnip' Jerk Guest at Anya's Party
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Following three lifelong friends who return to Moscow after military service, we see their aspirations juxtaposed against everyday life in 1960 Soviet Union. Written by X

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Fantastic chase sequence
20 February 2005 | by See all my reviews

I can't comment too much on the full movie. I am not a movie expert and it it has been several years since I saw it. Overall I found it to be an interesting and surprising view on Moscow in the early sixties. The way Moscow is presented it is not much different than any Western European town in the same period. On the other side, young people are young people with their own, but similar, problems everywhere in the world. This comment is about one particular scene. The chase sequence with Anya through Moscow is fantastic. I had seen parts of it on Dutch TV in a movie programme and made sure I saw the full movie when it showed in an art cinema. It builds up expectations until the crucial scene in the stairway where the male protagonist gets close to Anya, but in the end lets her slip away. Beautifully shot in black and white, melancholy and promise captured together.


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