Call number: DVD-2235



NIKIFOROV, Viacheslav
Gosudarstvennaia granitsa [The State Border]
Film 5: God sorok pervyi [The Year 1941]

Belarus´fil´m, Tvorcheskoe ob´´edinenie televizionnykh fil´mov, po zakazu Gosudarstvennogo komiteta SSSR po televideniiu i radioveshchaniiu, 1986
Screenplay: Oleg Smirnov
Photography: Igor´ Remishevskii
Production design: Viacheslav Kubarev
Music: Vladimir Davidenko, Igor´ Zubkov
Stalin						Archil Gomiashvili
Maslennikov					Gerbert Dmitriev
Golikov						Vladimir Tkachenko
Lieutenant Il´ia Sushentsov, 
  Head of the Border Post			Dmitrii Matveev	
Sasha Belov, the political instructor		Evgenii Leonov-Gladyshev
Sergeant-Major Viktor Levada			Semen Morozov
Iurii Nikolaevich Sviridov, 
  a Lieutenant-Colonel of the Border Forces	Gennadii Korol´kov
Karpukhin					Aleksandr Timoshkin
Sergeant Nikolai Grinevich			Andrei Smoliakov
Irina Golubeva, Lieutenant Sushentsov's wife	Vera Sotnikova
Ol´ga Belova					Marina Levtova
Zosia						Lidiia Ezhevskaia
Vikhrov						Iurii Stupakov
Ivan Petrovich Korotkov				Aleksandr Arzhilovskii
Stopiński					Boleslaw Sewko
Antos´						Gennadii Garbuk
Makashin					Aleksandr Labush
Skliar						Valerii Voitiuk
Derkun						Fedor Shmakov
Büchner, a German saboteur			Viktor Kostetskii
German airmen					Janis Paukstello, G. Dalmanis
Pasha						Pavel Radchuk
Gosha						Igor´ Vasiliuk
Morally inconstant man				Aleksei Buldakov
Officer						Oleg Gushchin
Wounded trumpeter				Grigorii Dunaev
Narrator					Vladimir Samoilov
68 + 68 = 136 minutes
In Russian without subtitles

DVD
Region code 5
Aspect ratio 4:3
Languages No subtitles
Features Biographies and filmographies for the scriptwriter, Oleg Smirnov, the director, Viacheslav Nikiforov, the composer Igor´ Zubkov and the actors Archil Gomiashvili, Dmitrii Matveev, Vera Sotnikova, Semen Morozov, Gennadii Korol´kov, Aleksandr Timoshkin, Marina Levtova, Andrei Smoliakov, Aleksei Buldakov and Evgenii Leonov-Gladyshev
Source Dom Video

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