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862 ZAVTRAK (THE BREAKFAST)

1979, 21 min., b/w

Director: Askhab Abakarov, screenplay: Shapi Kaziyev, Askhab Abakarov, camera: Anatoly Lapshov, production designer: Vladimir Svetozarov, sound: Igor Vigdorchik

Cast: Anna Dumler

Based on Somerset Maugham ‘s short story of the same title.

A young artist invited a girl for breakfast. She ate delicatessen with good appetite.

863 INZHENER GRAFTIO (ENGINEER GRAFTIO)

1979, 81 min., color, wide screen

Biopic

Director: Gennadi Kazansky, screenplay: Alexander Galin, camera: Semyon Ivanov, production designer: Semyon Malkin, misic: Nadezhda Simonyan, sound: Galina Golubeva

Cast: Anatoly Papanov, Gennadi Yegorov, Sergei Ivanov, Antonina Shuranova, Vladimir Kozel, Vladimir Markov, Yuri Kamorny, Vitaly Baganov, Igor Yefimov, Viktor Chekhmariov, Valery Olshansky

Heinrich Osipovich Graftio can be rightly considered the founder of Russian research in the field of hydraulic power. Yet, in the environment of the tsarist Russia none of his bold projects were implemented. The implementation of his daring, fantastic ideas, the first of them being Volkhovstroy, didn’t start till after 1918.



864 KLUB SAMOUBIYTS, ILI PRIKLYUCHENIYA TITULOVANNOY OSOBY (SUICIDE CLUB, OR A TITLED PERSON’S ADVENTURES)

1979 1980, 3 parts, 206 min., color

Comedy

Director: Yevgeny Tatarsky, screenplay: Edgar Dubrovsky, camera: Konstantin Ryzhov, production designer: Isaac Kaplan, misic: Nadezhda Simonyan, sound: Konstantin Lashkov

Cast: Oleg Dal, Donatas Banionis, Igor Dmitriyev, Lubov Polishchuk, Vitaly Ilyin, Igor Yankovsky, Yelena Solovey, Vladimir Shevelkov, Yelena Tsyplakova, Askhab Abakarov, Boris Novikov, Ivan Mokeyev, Yevgeny Kindinov, Mikhail Pugovkin, Vladimir Basov

Loosely based on short stories by Robert Louis Stevenson. Exhausted with boredom, Prince Florizel is looking to be thrilled, and it so happens that, accompanied by his friend Colonel Gerald, he finds himself in the Suicide Club... Eventually they get to be in the center of adventure...



865 LETUCHAYA MYSH (THE BAT)

1979, 2 parts, 141 min., color

Musical comedy

Written and directed by: Jan Frid, loosely based on libretto by Nikolai Erdman, Mikhail Volpin, camera: Anatoly Nazarov, production designer: Semyon Malkin, sound: Gennadi Korkhovoy

Cast: Yuri Solomin, Lyudmila Maksakova, Larisa Udovichenko, Vitaly Solomin, Oleg Vidov, Igor Dmitriyev, Yuri Vasilyev, Yevgeny Vesnik, Olga Volkova, Ivan Lyubeznov, Sergei Filippov, Glikeria Bogdanova-Chesnokova, Vladimir Lyakhovetsky

Based on the operetta of the same title by Johann Strauss.



866 LICHNOYE SVIDANIYE (THE MEETING IN PERSON)

1979, 26 min., color

Drama

Director: Alexei Lebedev, screenplay: Albina Shulgina, camera: Ivan Banayev, production designer: Vladimir Svetozarov, misic: Evgeny Irshai, sound: Igor Vigdorchik

Cast: Nathalia Akimova, Sergei Koshunin

A bride visits her bridegroom who had been put to jail for fighting at their wedding party. Their first night took place in prison…



867 NA SLYOZY LAURY (TO LAURA’S TEARS)

1979, 31 min., color

Melodrama

Director: Valeri Apanansky, screenplay: Valery Priyomykhov, camera: V. Ivanov, production designer: Vladimir Svetozarov, misic: Georgy Portnov, sound: Irina Chernyakhovskaya

Cast: Andrei Tolubeev, Nikolai Karachentsov, Viktor Ivanov

A guy fell in Love to a charwoman and wrote lyrics dedicated for her.



868 NEOBYKNOVENNOYE LETO (A REMARKABLE SUMMER)

1979, 4 parts, 308 min., color

Melodrama

Director: Grigory Nikulin, screenplay: Maria Zvereva, camera: Nikolai Zhilin, production designer: Mikhail Ivanov, misic: Alexander Mnatsakanyan, sound: Vladimir Yakovlev

Cast: Yuri Demich, Nikolai Volkov, Jr., Svetlana Orlova, Oleg Palmov, Anatoly Azo, Yevgeny Lebedev, Irina Pechernikova

Based on “The First Delights” and “A Remarkable Summer” novels by Konstantin Fedin.



869 NESKLADUKHA (NONSENSE)

1979, 26 min., b/w

Ironical fairy tale

Written and directed by: Sergei Ovcharov, camera: Rostislav Davydov, production designer: Viktor Amelchenkov, misic: Igor Matsiyevsky, sound: Grigory Elbert

Cast: Anatoly Rudakov, Yelena Alekseyeva, Vladimir Loparev, Viktor Gogolev, Alexander Afanasyev, Nikolai Kuzmin

Loosely based on Russian folklore.



870 OTPUSK V SENTYABRE (A VACATION IN SEPTEMBER)

1979, 2 parts, 145 min., color

Drama

Written and directed by: Vitaly Melnikov, camera: Yuri Veksler, production designer: Bella Manevich, sound: Konstantin Lashkov

Cast: Oleg Dal, Irina Kupchenko, Irina Reznikova, Natalya Gundareva, Natalya Mikolyshina, Yuri Bogatyrov, Gennadi Bogachev, Nikolai Burlyayev, Yevgeny Leonov

Loosely based on “The Duck Hunting”, a play by Alexander Vampilov.

The main character, Zilov, seems to lead a normal, well-to-do life at both his place of work and home. Yet, Zilov’s indifference, callousness and immorality result in utter devastation and hopelessness..

871 PANI MARIA (MADAM MARIA)

1979, 87 min., color, wide screen

Melodrama

Director: Natalya Troschenko, screenplay: Samson Polyakov, camera: Alexander Chechulin, production designer: Yelena Fomina, misic: Nadezhda Simonyan, sound: Grigory Elbert

Cast: Svetlana Kryuchkova, Georgy Burkov, Sergei Ivanov, Igor Osokin, Jemma Firsova, Vladimir Basov, Alexei Kozhevnikov, Yuri Solovyov, Yelena Fetisenko, Nikolai Timofeyev, Valery Olshansky, Geli Sysoyev

The war is coming to an end. Three soldiers happen to stop for the night in the home of Maria, living in a small Belorussian town. One of them, Ivan, quoted Maria’s name in his personal tag, identifying her as his wife... Having received a notice of Ivan’s death, Maria unexpectedly regards herself as a soldier’s’ widow, and moreover, falls in “posthumous” “love” with her “husband”... Out of the blue, Ivan comes back.



872 POSLEDNYAYA OKHOTA (THE LAST HUNT)

1979, 80 min., color, wide screen

Thriller

Director: Igor Sheshukov, screenplay: Arthur Makarov, camera: Vladimir Burykin, production designer: Yevgeny Gukov, misic: Vadim Bibergan, sound: Edward Vanunz, Leonid Shumyacher

Cast: Yuri Bogatyriov, Oleg Borisov, Nikolai Grinko, Maxim Munzuk, Marina Likhun, Algimantas Masyulis, Bolot Beyshenaliyev, Nikolai Rybnikov, Buda Vampilov, Ivan Bortnik, Alexei Zharkov

It was by word of the mouth that the camp of Iglulik knew about the new rule in Russia... Not even the head of the trading station, Shatokhin, or the medicine man Kaeleuege were able to explain clearly.

At this time, the crew of Horsefield’s pirate schooner came ashore to loot as quickly and as much as possible..

873 PROGULKA, DOSTOYNAYA MUZHCHIN (AN OUTING WORTHY OF MEN)

1979, 92 min., color, wide screen

Melodrama

Director: Anatoly Vekhotko, screenplay: Mikhail Demidenko, Mikhail Kurayev, camera: Alexander Chechulin, production designer: Valery Yurkevich, misic: Igor Tsvetkov, sound: Grigory Elbert

Cast: Yelena Glebova, Semyon Morozov, Viktor Ilyichov, Alexander Fatushin, Leonid Varfolomeyev, Natalya Dmitriyeva, Maxim Munzuk, Marina Starykh, Valery Bychenkov

A chance trip of two friends to the North turned out to be a grave test for both of them: one of the characters had to return home, while the other was forced to remain an the oil pipeline construction site...



874 PRISTAN (THE DOCK)

1979, 28 min., b/w

Melodrama

Director: Vyacheslav Sorokin, screenplay: Albina Shulgina, camera: Viktor Ivanov, production designer: Vladimir Kostin, misic: Valery Gavrilin, sound: Asya Zvereva

Cast: Alexei Zharkov, Galina Figlovskaya

Anfisa a barmaid in the port meets a lad…



875 PUTESHESTVIYE V DRUGOY GOROD (A TRIP TO ANOTHER CITY)

1979, 93 min., color

Melodrama

Director: Viktor Tregubovich, screenplay: Anatoly Grebnev, camera: Dmitry Meskhiyev, production designer: Grachiya Mekinyan, misic: Alexander Kolker, sound: Natalya Levitina

Cast: Kirill Lavrov, Irina Kupchenko, Mikhail Pogorzhelsky, Viktor Proskurin, Mikhail Yezepov, Vitaly Yushkov, Tatyana Piletskaya, Igor Gorbachev, Yelena Kondulainen

Traveling on business, the construction engineer Kirillov arrives in a small town. At first his business and his work — everything proceeds as usual, as it should, but unexpectedly a woman named Lina enters Kirillov’s life...



876 RANNIYE ZHURAVLY (THE EARLY CRANES)

1979, 96 min., co-production with “Kirghizfilm”, color

Drama

Director: Bolotbek Shamshiyev, screenplay: Chingiz Aitmatov, Bolotbek Shamshiyev, camera: Sergei Taraskin, production designer: Viktor Amelchenkov, misic: Alexander Knaifel, sound: Aliakper Gasan-zade

Cast: Emil Boronchiyev, Suymenkul Chokmorov, Gulsara Adzhibekova, Khasan Abdraimov, Suyutay Shamshiyeva, Altynay Abdiyeva, Akyl Kulanbayev

Loosely based on a story of the same title by Chingiz Aitmatov.

The menacing echo of war has eventually reached the small Kirghiz village: the fathers and elder brothers have gone to battle.

The collective farm Chairman is asking the teenagers to help prepare for the ploughing. So the kids name their team “The Aksay Landing Party”...



877 SOLOVEY (THE NIGHTINGALE)

1979, 85 min., color, wide screen

Musical fairy tale

Director: Nadezhda Kosheverova, screenplay: Mikhail Volpin, camera: Edward Rozovsky, production designer: Marina Azizyan, Vladimir Kostin, misic: Mikhail Weinberg, sound: Semyon Shumyacher

Cast: Svetlana Smirnova, Yuri Vasilyev, Alexander Vokach, Zinovy Gerdt, Nikolai Trofimov, Alexander Demyanenko, Sergei Filippov, Konstantin Adashevsky, Nikolai Karachentsov, Maria Barabanova, Georgy Shtil, Boris Arakelov

The unexpected forest encounter of the poor young apprentice Evan with a magician brings a radical change in his life: suddenly, he is nominated heir to the throne in place of the deceased monarch...

Thus he finds himself in a world of lies and hypocrisy, of flatterers and toadies...

878 STARSHINA (FIRST SERGEANT)

1979, 87 min., color

Drama

Director: Nikolai Koshelev, screenplay: Vladimir Kunin, camera: Alexei Gambaryan, production designer: Georgy Kropachev, misic: Igor Tsvetkov, sound: Harry Belenky, song lyrics by: Alexander Tvardovsky

Cast: Vladimir Gostyukhin, Natalya Sayko, Ivan Bortnik, Alexander Vasilyev, Alexander Zhdanov, Andrei Danilov, Ramaz Abushadze, Vladimir Yuryev, Igor Komarov, Nikolai Lavrov

Discharged from the hospital, Katsuba is posted to an Air Force Flying School as First Sergeant of a training squadron.

At first it appeared to the 17-year-old trainees that the strict, reserved Katsuba was just picking at them, yet by and by they began to see their instructor as a kind, sympathetic and decent person...

879 TAYOZHNAYA POVEST (A TAIGA TALE)

1979, 99 min., color

Melodrama

Director: Vladimir Fetin, screenplay: Albina Shulgina, camera: Yevgeny Shapiro, production designer: Valery Yurkevich, misic: Vasily Solovyov-Sedoy, sound: Leonid Shumyacher

Cast: Mikhail Kononov, Svetlana Smekhnova-Blagoyevich, Yevgeny Kindinov

Loosely based on “The Tsar Fish”, a novel by Viktor Astafyev.

In a wild faraway forest the hunter Akim comes across the dying Elya who chanced to be in his hunting lodge... Akim virtually saves her, patiently nursing her back to health, caring for her as he would for a child, and then takes her back to civilization, never to see again...

880 TROYE V LODKE, NE SHCHITAYA SOBAKI (THREE MEN IN A BOAT, TO SAY NOTHING OF THE DOG)

1979, 2 parts, 135 min., color

Musical comedy

Director: Naum Birman, screenplay: Semyon Lungin, camera: Heinrich Marandzhyan, production designer: Isaac Kaplan, misic: Alexander Kolker, sound: Igor Vigdorchik

Cast: Andrei Mironov, Alexander Schirwindt, Mikhail Derzhavin, Larisa Golubkina, Alina Pokrovskaya, Irina Mazurkevich, Zinovy Gerdt, Georgy Shtil, Tatyana Peltzer, Olga Volkova, Viktor Ilyichev, Grigory Spiegel

Loosely based on a story of the same title by Jerome K. Jerome.

Three young friends make up their minds to spend their vacation on the Thames, with no household amenities or comfort... and naturally, — “no women”!

881 FANTAZII FARYATYEVA (FARYATYEV’S FANTASIES)

1979, 2 parts, 152 min., color

Melodrama

Written and directed by: Ilya Averbach, camera: Dmitry Dolinin, production designer: Vladimir Svetozarov, misic: Alfred Schnitke, sound: Boris Andreyev

Cast: Marina Neyolova, Andrei Mironov, Zinaida Sharko, Lilya Gritsenko, Yekaterina Durova, Maxim Britvenkov

Loosely based on the play of the same title by Alla Sokolova.



882 SHERLOK HOLMS I DOKTOR VATSON (SHERLOCK HOLMES AND DR. WATSON)

1979, 2 parts, 142 min., color

Detective

Director: Igor Maslennikov, screenplay: Yuli Dunsky, Valery Frid, camera: Yuri Veksler, production designer: Mark Kaplan, misic: Vladimir Dashkevich, sound: Asya Zvereva, Boris Andreyev

Cast: Vasily Livanov, Vitaly Solomin, Rina Zelionaya, Maria Solomina, Gennadi Bogachev, Fyodor Odinokov, Borislav Brondukov, Igor Dmitriyev, Nikolai Karachentsov, Viktor Aristov

Loosely based on short stories by Arthur Conan Doyle.

A tale of the adventures of the famous detective Sherlock Holmes and his indispensable friend Dr. Watson.

883 ALTER EGO (ALTER EGO)

1980, 4 min., b/w

Melodrama

Written and directed by: Yuri Mamin, camera: Valery Martynov

Cast: Viktor Shagin, Lyudmila Samokhvalova, Kseniya Samokhvalova

884 BLAGOCHESTIVAYA MARTA (THE PIOUS MARTHA)

1980, 2 parts, 145 min., color

Musical comedy

Director: Jan Frid, screenplay: Mikhail Donskoy, Jan Frid, camera: Edward Rozovsky, production designer: Semyon Malkin, misic: Gennadi Gladkov, sound: Aliakper Gasan-zade

Cast: Margarita Terekhova, Emmanuil Vitorgan, Nikolai Karachentsov, Svetlana Toma, Vladislav Strzhelchik, Pavel Kadochnikov, Yekaterina Raykina, Oleg Vidov

Based on a comedy of the same title by Tirso de Molina.

Donna Martha is meant to be married to a rich old man, Captain Urbino.

The girl is devastated. She comes up with various tricks, so that the wedding day would never come...

At this time Don Felix, the one whom Martha wants to tie her life with, gains access into the house, disguised as a street urchin.

885 VZVEYTES, SOKOLY, ORLAMI (FALCONS, SOAR AS EAGLES DO)

1980, 77 min., color, wide screen

Melodrama

Director: Nikolai Rozantsev, screenplay: Vladimir Kunin, camera: Vadim Grammatikov, production designer: Larisa Shilova, misic: Vladislav Kladnitsky, sound: Galina Lukina

Cast: Ivan Shabaltas, Svyatoslav Kopylov, Yuri Sarantsev, Irina Kraslavskaya, Alexei Inzhevatov, Yuri Dubov, Alexander Polyakov

The film features the story of the three generations of circus acrobats since 1913...



886 VRAGI (THE ENEMIES)

1980, 20 min., b/w

Drama

Written and directed by: Andrey Druzhkov, camera: Yuri Vorontsov, production designer: Marina Azizyan, misic: Adkady Gagulashvili, sound: Galina Lukina

Cast: Georgy Kropachov, Viktor Varkin, Lyudmila Arzhannikova

887 DVA DOLGIKH GUDKA V TUMANE (TWO LONG WHISTLES IN THE FOG)

1980, 80 min., color, wide screen

Detective

Director: Valery Rodchenko, screenplay: Edgar Dubrovsky, camera: Vladimir Ilyin, production designer: Boris Burmistrov, misic: Adkady Gagulashvili, sound: Irina Chernyakhovskaya

Cast: Nikolai Grinko, Alexander Porokhovschikov, Yelena Kapitsa, Dagun Omayev, Lubov Virolainen, Viktor Proskurin, Andrei Tolubeyev, Alexander Kovalenko, Alexander Susnin, Nikolai Fedortsov

On a passenger steamer on its last run before the close of the navigation season, there is a rather motley group who at first glance seem to hardly know each other.

Unexpectedly, a dead body is discovered in one of the cabins...

888 DEN NA RAZMYSHLENIYE (ONE DAY TO RECONSIDER)

1980, 84 min., color, wide screen

Drama

Director: August Baltrushaitis, screenplay: Alexander Gorokhov, camera: Nikolai Stroganov, production designer: Vsevolod Ulitko, misic: Alexander Flyarkovsky, sound: Galina Gorbonosova

Cast: Vsevolod Safonov, Yuri Solovyov, Alexander Zakharov, Irina Gubanova, Elza Lezhdey, Artem Inozemtsev, Viktor Chekhmarov

The head of the board of an important shipping company hands in his notice. Kolosov is given one day to reconsider.

Through extensive reminiscences, he sees that the current quiet and peaceful life is alien to his active nature.

889 KRIK GAGARY (THE LOON’S SHRIEK)

1980, 83 min., color, wide screen

Drama

Director: Sergei Linkov, screenplay: Mikhail Kurayev, camera: Vladimir Vasilyev, production designers: Igor Vuskovich, Rimma Narinyan, misic: Grigory Frid, sound: Oksana Strugina

Cast: Anatoly Vasilyev, Alexei Zharkov, Pavel Ivanov, Olga Perveyeva, Yelena Drapeko, Grigory Gay, Vasily Korzun, Anna Aleksakhina

An important army drill was underway. Major Bragin was to command his regiment... but errors piled one upon another, and eventually Lieutenant Colonel Korenev, Chief of Headquarters, was offered to take over...



890 KUST SIRENI (THE LILAC BUSH)

1980, 30 min., color

Melodrama

Director: Yevgeny Stavrov, screenplay: Alexei Simonov, Viktor Zlobin, camera: Yuri Veksler, production designer: Bella Manevich, sound: Boris Andreyev

Cast: Oleg Palmov, Yelena Popova, Ernst Romanov, Boris Kokovkin

Based on Alexander Kuprin’s short story of same name

Almazov entering Akademy of General Headquarters made a blot on topographic plane he designed. His life was saved by his wife who suggested to plant a bush of lilac…

891 LES (THE FOREST)

1980, 83 min., color, wide format

Tragical comedy

Written and directed by: Vladimir Motyl, camera: Vladimir Ilyin, production designer: Valery Kostrin, misic: Alexander Zhurbin, sound: Gennadi Korkhovoy

Cast: Lyudmila Tselikovskaya, Boris Plotnikov, Vyacheslav Kirilichev, Stanislav Sadalsky, Mikhail Pugovkin, Yelena Borzova, Alexander Solovyov, Kira Kreylis-Petrova, Viktor Tsepayev

Loosely based on a play of the same title by Alexander Ostrovsky.



892 LYALKA-RUSLAN I YEGO DRUG SANKA (LYALKA-RUSLAN AND HIS FRIEND SANKA)

1980, 69 min., color

Melodrama

Director: Yevgeny Tatarsky, screenplay: Maria Zvereva, camera: Vladimir Burykin, production designer: Isaac Kaplan, misic: Nadezhda Simonyan, sound: Asya Zvereva

Cast: Dima Aristarkhov, Timur Khalikov, Oksana Poznyakova, Stasik Lashin, Mikhail Pugovkin, Zhanna Prokhorenko, Anna Lisyanskaya, Oksana Nikitina

Loosely based on “Come to Visit Us, Do Come...”, a story by Viktor Golyavkin.



893 MOY PAPA-IDEALIST (MY DADDY IS AN IDEALIST)

1980, 88 min., color, wide screen

Melodrama

Director: Vladimir Bortko, screenplay: Alla Sokolova, camera: Eduard Rozovsky, production designer: Alexei Rudyakov, misic: Viktor Lebedev, sound: Natalya Avanesova

Cast: Vladislav Strzhelchik, Yuri Bogatyriov, Natalya Varley, Irina Skobtseva, Ivan Dmitriyev, Alexander Belinsky, Igor Dmitriyev, Vladimir Retsepter, Boris Sokolov, Vsevolod Gavrilov, Vadim Yakovlev, Natalya Kustinskaya

Sergei Yuryevich Petrov, a musical comedy actor and an enthusiastic idealist, and his son Boris, a doctor in the intensive care, who is an ironical and pragmatic person, find it difficult to get on together...

The marriage of Petrov Senior to the young ballet dancer Al’ona does little to improve their relationship.

Yet, on a hard day (with many events happening at the same time) both of them suddenly come to understand just how much they need each other.



894 MY SMERTI SMOTRELI V LITSO (WE LOOKED DEATH IN THE FACE)

1980, 74 min., color

Drama

Director: Naum Birman, screenplay: Yuri Yakovlev, camera: Heinrich Marandzhyan, production designer: Bella Manevich, misic: extracts from compositions by Dmitry Shostakovich, sound: Igor Vigdorchik, lyrics by: Olga Bergholz

Cast: Oleg Dal, Lubov Malinovskaya, Larisa Tolkacheva, Yura Zhukov, Borya Naumov, Olga Kuznetsova, Yulya Slezkinskaya, Sasha Dovgalev, Sasha Zenkevich, Igor Kustov, Vladimir Zamansky, Valentin Nikulin

The story of the picture is based on real events: early in 1942 the ballet master A. Obrant (named Boris Korbut in the picture) puts together a dancing company consisting of students of the Leningrad Pioneers’ Palace; the company proceeded to deliver over 3, 000 performances at the front-line...



895 NACHALNIK (THE BOSS)

1980, 31 min., color

Director: Dmitry Gindenshtein, screenplay: Alexander Gorokhov, camera: Rostislav Davydov, production designer: Viktor Amelchenkov, misic: Viktor Kisin, sound: Yevgeny Nesterov

Cast: Viktor Guschin, Sergei Pizhel, Yuri Solovyov, Viktor Petrenko, Viktor Yevgrafov

896 NIKUDYSHNAYA (THE GIRL GOOD FOR NOTHING)

1980, 94 min., color

Drama

Director: Dinara Asanova, screenplay: Valery Priyomykhov, camera: Nikolai Pokoptsev, production designer: Vladimir Svetozarov, misic: Viktor Kisin, sound: Edward Vanunz

Cast: Olya Mashnaya, Mikhail Gluzsky, Anvar Asanov, Nikolai Lavrov, Lydia Fedoseyeva-Shukshina, Alexander Demyanenko, Galina Saburova, Maria Vinogradova, Valery Matveyev, Irina Brazgovka, Andrei Krasko, Valery Priyomykhov

An unbalanced teenage girl fails to achieve mutual understanding with those close to her partly due to her stutter, partly through the neglect of her parents who concentrate on their own affairs.

Trying to escape her aggressiveness, the parents pack their daughter off to the country.

897 OCHKI OT SOLNTSA (SUNGLASSES)

1980, 36 min., color

Melodrama

Written and directed by: Dmitry Svetozarov, camera: Yuri Veksler, production designer: Vladimir Svetozarov, sound: Boris Andreyev

Cast: Yuri Dubrovin, Leon Dzigashvili

The main character spends his vacation in the sanatorium but instead of

enjoying his rest he goes in for contriving.

898 PLYVUT MORZHI (WALRUSES SWIMMING)

1980, 89 min., color

Melodrama

Director: Anatoly Vasilyev, screenplay: Tatyana Kaletskaya, camera: Ivan Bagayev, production designer: Vladimir Kostin, sound: Vladimir Yakovlev

Cast: Lusyena Ovchinnikova, Andrei Dudarenko, Lyudmila Arinina, Dmitry Kharatyan

At the time when the young scientist Nina Klementyeva was in the process of establishing her laboratory, the lab assistant Zoya became her dedicated helper.

Eventually, after many years, having lived a hard enough life and brought up three children, Zoya meets San Sanych, a kind but weak person addicted to alcohol. Her relationship with Nina Klementyeva goes wrong...

899 POZDNIYE SVIDANIYA (LATE DATES)

1980, 100 min., color, wide screen

Melodrama

Director: Vladimir Grigoryev, screenplay: Yevgeny Gabrilovich, Alexei Gabrilovich, camera: Valery Mironov, production designer: Alexei Fedotov, misic: Vadim Bibergan, sound: Vladimir Yakovlev

Cast: Larisa Malevannaya, Yuri Platonov, Yekaterina Vasilyeva, Sergei Nikonenko, Alina Olkhovaya, Alexander Chaban, Galina Shepetnova

Two not very young people met and fell in love. He sacrificed his family for her, while she sacrificed her accustomed freedom.

Life together proved to be far from easy, with the chain of quarrels and reconciliations bringing destruction: Vera and Nikolai Yeremeyevich fail to stay together...

900 POSLEDNY POBEG (THE LAST ESCAPE)

1980, 92 min., color

Melodrama

Director: Leonid Menaker, screenplay: Alexander Galin, camera: Vladimir Kovzel, production designer: Yuri Pugach, misic: Yakov Weisburd, sound: Oksana Strugina

Cast: Mikhail Ulyanov, Aliosha Serebryakov, Irina Kupchenko, Leonid Dyachkov, Valery Gatayev, Yevgenya Khanayeva, Viktor Pavlov

On the day of his release from the school for criminally disposed children, Vitya waited in vain for his mother: rather than coming to get her son, she went to meet the returning ship bringing her husband, Vitya’s stepfather. A teacher, Alexei Ivanovich, took Vitya home. But when Vitya saw the group making merry in his home, his resentment prevailed, and the boy ran away...



901 PRIKLYUCHENIYA SHERLOKA HOLMSA I DOKTORA VATSONA (THE ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES AND DR. WATSON)

1980, 3 parts, Part I — “The King of Blackmail”, 67 min., Part II — “The Mortal Fight”, 68 min., Part III — “The Tiger Hunt”, 68 min., color

Detective story

Director: Igor Maslennikov, screenplay: Vladimir Valutsky, camera: Yuri Veksler, production designer: Marc Kaplan, misic: Vladimir Dashkevich, sound: Asya Zvereva, Boris Andreyev

Cast:

Korol Shantazha” (“The King of Blackmail”): Vasily Livanov, Vitaly Solomin, Rina Zelionaya, Valentina Panina, Borislav Brondukov, Boris Ryzhukhin

Smertelnaya Skhvatka” (“The Mortal Fight”): Vasily Livanov, Vitaly Solomin, Rina Zelionaya, Borislav Brondukov, Viktor Yevgrafov, Alexander Zakharov, Nikolai Kryukov

Okhota na Tigra” (“The Tiger Hunt”): Vasily Livanov, Vitaly Solomin, Rina Zelionaya, Borislav Brondukov, Igor Dmitriyev, Viktor Yevgrafov, Alexander Zakharov, Nikolai Kryukov

Screen version of short stories by Arthur Conan Doyle.



902 RAZZHALOVANNIY (REDUCED TO THE RANKS)

1980, 31 min., color

Drama

Written and directed by: Alexander Sokurov, camera: Sergei Yurizditsky, production designer: Yuri Kulikov, misic: Alexander Mikhailov, sound: Igor Vigdorchik

Cast: Ilya Rivin, Nina Krayeva, Viktoria Yurizditskaya, Yelena Mischenko, Andrei Petrov

As fate would have it, the head of the local State Traffic Police office becomes a taxi driver…



903 RAFFERTI (RAFFERTY)

1980, 3 parts, 210 min., color

Drama

Director: Semyon Aranovich, screenplay: Semyon Nagorny, camera: Heinrich Marandzhyan, production designer: Valery Yurkevich, misic: Alexander Kneifel, sound: Eduard Vanunz

Cast: Oleg Borisov, Yevgenya Simonova, Larisa Malevannaya, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Alexander Kaydanovsky, Alexei Resser, Yuri Strenga

Based on a novel of the same title by Lionel White.

The story of the trade union leader Jack Rafferty is the career story of somebody transformed from a “nice guy” into a cynical, unscrupulous boss serving two lords — the big business and the criminal world...

904 SVET V OKNE (THE LIGHT IN THE WINDOW)

1980, 81 min., color

Melodrama

Director: Ayan Shakhmaliyeva, screenplay: Maria Zvereva, camera: Konstantin Ryzhov, production designer: Isaac Kaplan, misic: Boris Tischenko, sound: Konstantin Lashkov

Cast: Yuri Solomin, Tamara Degtyaryova, Margarita Sergeyecheva

Loosely based on the essay of the same title by Tatyana Tass.

The mother dies giving birth to the second baby. Olya and her farther, both inconsolable after the hard loss have to bring up the little sister.

905 SERGEI IVANOVICH UHODIT NA PENSIYU (SERGEI IVANOVICH IS RETIRED)

1980, 84 min., color

Melodrama

Director: Solomon Shuster, screenplay: Nikolai Nikolayev, camera: Alexander Chechulin, production designer: Georgi Kropachev, misic: Boris Tischenko, sound Boris Andreyev

Cast: Boris Andreyev, Alisa Freindlich, Georgi Burkov, Ernst Romanov, Zhanna Bolotova, Anatoli Solonitsyn, Oleg Zhakov, Elza Radzinya, Gennadi Bogachev, Zinaida Sharko, Alexei German

Retiring, Sergei Ivanovich decides to help his children, taking on household duties and bringing up his grandchildren... But his daughter has problems with her new husband... The son living in Moscow and his wife are accomplished philistines... For some reason, Sergei Ivanovich doesn’t feel comfortable with the other son living in Leningrad...



906 SITSILIANSKAYA ZASHCHITA (THE SICILY DEFENCE)

1980, 91 min., color, wide screen

Detective

Director: Igor Usov, screenplay: Pavel Grakhov, Jusef Printsev, camera: Vladimir Ivanov, production designer: Igor Vuskovich, misic: Olga Petrova, sound: Natalya Avanesova

Cast: Nikolai Volkov, Jr., Alexander Samoylov, Alexander Abdulov, Nadezhda Pavlova, Vladlen Davydov, Tatyana Kanayeva, Tatyana Ivanova, Pavel Kadochnikov, Irina Gubanova, Artiom Inozemtsev, Alexander Pashutin, Valery Kuzin, Valentin Nikulin, Lyudmila Shagalova

In a car they stopped, officers of the State Traffic Police discover an exquisite chandelier; yet, examination reveals it as a clever imitation. Anonymous letters incriminating Lieutenant Colonel Streltsov who is investigating the case start to come in...

This clearly means that the criminal is getting nervous...

907 SOLO (SOLO)

1980, 29 min., b/w

Melodrama

Director: Konstantin Lopushansky, screenplay: Albina Shulgina, camera: Anatoly Lapshov, production designer: Vladimir Svetozarov, sound: Igor Vigdorchik

Cast: Nikolai Grinko, Lyudmila Arzhannikova, Valentina Smirnova

The besieged Leningrad in the winter of 1942. The soloist of the symphonic orchestra is working on Chaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony. The performance is to take place in Leningrad Philarmonic Society, to be broadcasted to London...



908 TAINSTVENNY STARIK (THE MYSTERIOUS OLD MAN)

1980, 74 min., color

Adventure

Director: Leonid Makarychev, screenplay: Adkady Minchkovsky, camera: Alexander Chirov, production designer: Boris Burmistrov, misic: Gennadi Gladkov, sound: Grigory Elbert

Cast: Igor Pchelin, Misha Latyshev, Zhenya Osipov, Tanya Shishkina, Anatoly Solonitsyn, Vladimir Tatosov, Sergei Filippov, Boris Ivanov, Alexei Goryachev, Tatyana Bedova

1927. In the small Russian town of Krutov live three friends: Mitrya, Andrian and Lionka. From the director of the Museum of Local Lore the kids learn that a valuable painting stolen from the Museum is somewhere in the town... So the kids start looking.



909 TAYNOYE GOLOSOVANIYE (CONFIDENTIAL VOTE)

1980, 90 min., color, wide screen

Drama

Director: Valery Guryanov, screenplay: Anatoly Strelyany, camera: Boris Timkovsky, production designer: Vladimir Gasilov, misic: Ivar Wiegner, sound: Irina Chernyakhovskaya

Cast: Mikhail Kuznetsov, Vladlen Biryukov, Sergei Plotnikov, Natalya Nazarova, Alexander Anisimov, Galina Makarova, Lubov Sokolova, Vladimir Olekseyenko, Valery Zolotukhin, Boris Arakelov, Vera Titova

For forty years in a row Foma Lukash remained Chairman of the collective farm. The people truly loved and respected him, but his health began to fail, and something went wrong also with his work...

So, Foma Mikhaylovich makes up his mind to hold the election of a new Chairman before his term of office is over...

910 TROSTINKA NA VETRU (A REED IN THE WIND)

1980, 2 parts, 149 min., color

Melodrama

Director: Viktor Aristov, screenplay: Georgy Markov, Edward Shim, camera: Yuri Vorontsov, production designer: Georgy Kropachev, misic: Adkady Gagulashvili, sound: Eleonora Kazanskaya

Cast: Olga Melikhova, Alexander Porokhovschikov, Andrei Dudarenko, Andrei Tolubeyev, Tatyana Lebedkova, Alexei Alfiorov, Zinaida Adamovich, Viktor Mikhailov, Nikolai Nasonov

Based on a story of the same title by Georgy Markov.

Graduating from school, Varya leaves her village for the city where her elder sister lives. She believes that this is when real life will begin...

911 TY DOLZHEN ZHIT (YOU MUST LIVE)

1980, 84 min., color

Drama

Director: Vladimir Chumak, screenplay: Maya Chumak, camera: Dmitry Meskhiyev, production designer: Yevgeny Gukov, misic: extracts from pieces by Dmitry Shostakovich, sound: Galina Gorbonosova, verse: Andrei Voznesensky

Cast: Vladimir Puchkov, Yevgeny Steblov, Zhanna Prokhorenko, Marina Dyuzheva, Nina Kavtaradze, Irina Muravyeva, Igor Kvasha, Edward Martsevich, Sergei Nikonenko, Alexei Aybozhenko, Alexei Zharkov, Anton Tabakov, Alexander Sokurov, Boris Nevzorov

Loosely based on “The May Winds”, a story by Sergei Smolyanitsky.

In a battle close to the end of the war the fighter plane piloted by Lieutenant Volynin made an emergency landing in the enemy territory.

The gunner and the pilot managed to reach their troops... and the everyday life at the front-line goes on. But the war is not yet over, which means that the trials continue...



912 KHOLOSTYAKI (THE BACHELORS)

1980, 28 min., “Lenfilm” – “Mosfilm” production, color

Tragicomedy

Director: Mikhail Nikitin, screenplay: Viktor Merezhko, camera: Dmitry Meskhiyev, production designer: Viktor Amelchenkov, misic: Georgy Portnov, sound: Natalya Levitina

Cast: Sergei Nikonenko, Leonid Dyachkov, Tamara Siomina, Yelena Koroleva

A tale of two men wooing girls who are old friends...



913 ENDSHPIL (ENDGAME)

1980, 4 min., b/w

Director: Viktor Buturlin, sound: Natalya Avanesova

Cast: Oleg Borisov, E. Baranov, M. Kazakova

914 YA — AKTRISA (I AM AN ACTRESS)

1980, 99 min., color

Drama

Director: Viktor Sokolov, screenplay: Semyon Lungin, camera: Valery Fedosov, production designer: Mikhail Scheglov, misic: Alexander Kneifel, sound: Leonid Gavrichenko

Cast: Natalya Sayko, Oleg Vavilov, Afanasi Kochetkov, Pyotr Merkuryev, Grazhina Baykshtite, Vladimir Korenev, Alexander Romantsov, Bruno Freindlich

The film is a screen portrait of the great Russian actress Vera Fyodorovna Komissarzhevskaya.

Her life was full of dramatic and tragic events, but Komissarzhevskaya’s talent, courage and starchness helped the actress become the “first-rate star of the theater skies” (a quotation from A. Lunacharsky).

915 BARABANIADA (THE TALE OF A DRUM)

1981, 16 min., color

Surrealistic grotesque

Written and directed by: Sergei Ovcharov, camera: Rostislav Davydov, production designer: Vladimir Kostin, misic: Igor Matsiyevsky, sound: Harry Belenky

Cast: Sergei Ovcharov, Viktor Antonov, Tatyana Buchneva, Alexander Grigoryev, Mikhail Ivanov

The young character of the film quite unexpectedly finds out that a drum has got stuck to his stomach…




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