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Product Description

DVD Region: ALL
2 DVD Set
Theatrical release: 1985
DVD release: 2002
Play time: 145
Sound format(s): Dolby Digital 5.1
Language(s): Russian, English, Arabic
Subtitles: Russian, English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Swedish, Arabic, Hebrew, Chinese, Japanese, Holland
Format: 4:3, Color
Genre(s): Drama, World War II

Director: Elem Klimov

Script: Ales Adamovich, Elem Klimov

Camera: Alexey Rodionov

Music by: Oleg Yanchenko

Cast: Alexey Kravchenko, Olga Mironova, Lyubomiras Lautsyavitchus, Vladas Bagdonas, Yurs Lumiste, Victor Lorents, Kazimir Rabetsky, Evgheniy Tilicheev, Alexander Berda

A feature by Elem Klimov made from the script by Ales Adamovich. It was released in 1985 and ranks among the most horrifying war films. It`s not only about the war of 1941-1945 exactly, but about any war, its devastating force sweeping away the natural course of things. The film is based upon documental facts and `The Khatyn Story` by Ales Adamovich. The authors describe the place and events which became a symbol of national tragedy. The hero of the film is Flyora, a sixteen-year-old boy that turned to the woods to help the partisans. At the beginning he is just a kid. Then he lives through the horror of the Nazi executions and becomes amazingly grown-up, and even old. The war had distorted the once tender childish facial features – it`s all wrinkles now. The altered face of Flyora is the face of War. The authors were so true-to-life, uncompromising and austere as to portray in the centre of the film not some grown-up man, but an unexperie nced kid with his childhood still here.

Awards: Grand Special Prize at the All-Union FF, 1986; Prize of the All-Union FF for camera work, 1986; Prize of the All-Union FF for sound work, 1986; Prize of the All-Union FF to the composer, 1986

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