Call number: DVD-1868



KHUTSIEV, Marlen
Mne dvadtsat´ let [I Am Twenty]

Kinostudiia imeni M. Gor´kogo, Pervoe tvorcheskoe ob´´edinenie, Moscow, 1964;
released 18 January 1965 (edited version of Zastava Il´icha [The Il´ich Gate])
Screenplay: Marlen Khutsiev, Gennadii Shpalikov
Photography: Margarita Pilikhina
Production design: I. Zakharova
Music: Nikolai Sidel´nikov
Sound: A. Izbutskii
Sergei Zhuravlev	                Valentin Popov
Nikolai Fokin      	                Nikolai Gubenko
Slava Kostikov      	                Stanislav Liubshin
Ania			                Marianna Vertinskaia
Ol´ga Mikhailovna Zhuravleva,
the mother of Sergei and Vera   	Zinaida Zinov´eva
Vera Zhuravleva	                        Svetlana Starikova
Second Lieutenant Aleksandr Zhuravlev   Lev Prygunov
Liusia Kostikova, Slava's wife	        T. Bogdanova
Katia, the tram conductor		Liudmila Selianskaia
Kuz´mich		                Sasha Blinov
Ania's father    	                Lev Zolotukhin
Chernousov		                Petr Shcherbakov
Vladimir Vasil´evich  	                Gennadii Nekrasov
Friend			                Nikolai Zakharchenko
Svetlana		                Svetlana Svetlichnaia
Iura			                Andrei Konchalovskii
Vera			                Ol´ga Gobzeva
Valia			                Tamara Sovchi
Red Army man	                        Rodion Nakhapetov
Young man with cigarette	        Oleg Vidov
Guests	Andrei Tarkovskii, Dmitrii Fedorovskii, Pavel Finn, Natal´ia Riazantseva, Andrei Ladynin
Visitors to the exhibition of young artists	Andrei Maiorov, Aleksandr Mitta, Gennadii Shpalikov, Aleksandr Petrov
Readers at the poetry reading at the Moscow Polytechnical Institute:	
Evgenii Evtushenko, Boris Slutskii, Robert Rozhdestvenskii, Bella Akhmadulina, Bulat Okudzhava,
Andrei Voznesenskii, Rimma Kazakova, Mikhail Svetlov, Grigorii Pozhenian
165 minutes
In Russian with optional Russian and English subtitles

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio Standard
Languages Menu languages: Russian and English
Optional Russian and English subtitles
Features Film about the film, 6½ minutes, in Russian with optional Russian and English subtitles
Biographies and filmographies for the scriptwriter, Gennadii Shpalikov, the scriptwriter and director, Marlen Khutsiev, the director of photography, Margarita Pilikhina, the composer, Nikolai Sidel´nikov and the actors Valentin Popov, Nikolai Gubenko, Marianna Vertinskaia, Stanislav Liubshin, Svetlana Starikova and Petr Shcherbakov
Album of photographs: 'V epizodakh...'
Source Ruscico

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