Call number: DVD-307


PROSHKIN, Aleksandr
Kholodnoe leto piat´desiat tret´ego [The Cold Summer of Fifty Three]

Mosfil´m, 1987; release permitted 1 January 1988
Screenplay Edgar Dubrovskii
Photography Boris Brozhovskii
Production design Valerii Filippov
Music Vladimir Martynov

'Luzga'-Basargin			Valerii Priemykhov
'Kopalych' - N.P. Starobogatov  	Anatolii Papanov
Policeman Mankov			Viktor Stepanov
Lida     				Nina Usatova
Sasha, her daughter			Zoia Buriak
Zotov					Iurii Kuznetsov
Fedeich					Vladimir Kashpur
Vitia					Sergei Vlasov
Baron					Vladimir Golovin
Mikhalych				A. Dudarenko
Mukha					A. Zav´ialov
Kriuk					A. Kolesnik
Shurup					Viktor Kosykh
Kopalych's son				Boris Plotnikov
Kopalych's wife				Elizaveta Solodova
96 minutes
In Russian with optional subtitles and optional dubbed versions

DVD
Region code All
Aspect ratio Standard version
Languages Menu languages: Russian, English and French
Optional English and French dubbed versions
Optional subtitles in Russian, English, French, German, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Swedish, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic and Hebrew
Features Film about Anatolii Papanov, 2 minutes, in Russian without subtitles.
Arkhiv =
a] Material about Lavrentii Beriia, 12 minutes, in Russian with optional English, French, Dutch, Spanish and Italian subtitles.
b] Newsreel about Stalin's funeral, 2 minutes, no subtitles.
Interview with the director, Aleksandr Proshkin, 20 minutes, in Russian with optional English, French, Dutch, Spanish and Italian subtitles.
Filmographies and biographies for the director, Aleksandr Proshkin, the scriptwriter, Edgar Dubrovskii, the director of photography, Boris Brozhovskii, the production designer, Valerii Filippov, the actors Valerii Priemykhov, Anatolii Papanov, Viktor Stepanov, Nina Usatova, Zoia Buriak, Iurii Kuznetsov, Vladimir Kashpur, Boris Plotnikov, Elizaveta Solodova, and the composer, Vladimir Martynov.
Album of photos
Source Ruscico

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