Call number: V-1222


ARISTOV, Viktor
Trudno pervye sto let [The First Hundred Years Are Hard]
Lenfil´m, Vtoroe tvorcheskoe ob´´edinenie, 1988
Screenplay Georgii Markov, Eduard Shim, with Viktor Aristov
Photography Iurii Vorontsov
Music Arkadii Gagulashvili

Varia   			Liubov´ Krasavina
Ivan   				Nikolai Shatokhin
Ivan's mother  			Anna Ovsiannikova
Stepka  			Kostia Shkurko
Alena   			Ol´ga Nikolaeva
Liza   				Natal´ia L´vova
Varia's mother 			Natal´ia Nazarova
Varia's father  		Iurii Kolobkov
130 minutes
In Russian; starts 4 minutes into tape
NTV, Nashe kino, 13 March 2001

AND
5 minutes of irrelevance

AND

BARNET, Boris
Okraina [Outskirts]

Mezhrabpomfil´m, 1933; released 25 March 1933; restored 1965
Screenplay Konstantin Finn and Boris Barnet, from Finn's story
Photography Mikhail Kirillov, A. Spiridonov
Design Sergei Kozlovskii
Sound Leonid Obolenskii, N. Ozornov
Music Sergei Vasilenko

Aleksandr Petrovich Greshin, owner of a cobblers' workshop  	Sergei Komarov
Mariia [Man´ka], his daughter 					Elena Kuz´mina
Robert Karlovich    						Robert Erdman
Petr Ivanovich Kadkin, an old shoemaker  			Aleksandr Chistiakov
Nikolai, his elder son   					Nikolai Bogoliubov
Semen [Sen´ka], his younger son 				Nikolai Kriuchkov
Craftsman    							A. Ermakov
His son    							N. Akimov
Aleksandr Fedorovich Kraevich, a Menshevik student		Mikhail Zharov
Müller, first German prisoner   				Hans Klering
Second German prisoner  					A. Fait
Member of Black Hundreds  					D. Vvedenskii
Coachman    							Viktor Ural´skii
Soldier    							Mikhail Ianshin
92 minutes
In Russian
NTV, Nashe kino, 14 March 2001

Source: NTV, Nashe kino, 13 and 14 March 2001
System: Pal


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