5 best Soviet war films

October 12, 1957 the USSR came out on the screens the film "The Cranes Are Flying", which became classics of Russian cinema. Today we remember the picture and 4 film about the war, captured the hearts of Soviet viewers.





"The Cranes Are Flying" in 1957. The most touching movie about the Soviet war, the role in which performed Tatiana Samoilova and Alexei Batalov Vasily Mercury. Directed by Mikhail Kalatozov made a film based on the play by Rozov "Eternally Alive." Young people Veronica (Tatiana Samoilova) and Boris (Alexei Batalov) in love with each other. They are making plans for the future, but their dreams are broken overnight - start a war, and Boris goes to the front. War separates lovers forever, but Veronica continues to believe that Boris will return to it, no matter what. "The Cranes Are Flying" - the first Soviet painting that triumph was in many countries of the world. In 1958, she received the grand prize at Cannes, and Tatiana Samoilova and Alexei Batalov was named best actor.




Photo: A scene from the movie "The Cranes Are Flying




"Seventeen Moments of Spring" in 1973. As on the TV show starts next series of this movie, the streets of all the cities of our country deserted. By the most conservative estimates, "Seventeen Moments of Spring," a look at seven out of ten citizens of the USSR. The film directed by Tatiana Lioznova accused that it distorted many facts about the Second World War, but even critics noted directing and acting work.




Photo: A scene from the movie "Seventeen Moments of Spring»




The main character - a Soviet spy (Vyacheslav Tikhonov), which is destined to be in Germany, surrounded by the main military leaders of the state. Filming took place in Moscow and Riga, and four years ago it was decided to complete the restoration of the painting, and paint it. In addition to Tikhonov, the film starring Other Great Soviet actors Evgeny Evstigneev, Catherine Gradova, Leonid Armour, Oleg Tabakov, Rostislav Plyatt.





"The destiny of man" in 1959. One of the most acclaimed works of film director Sergei Bondarchuk. Painting is one of the first places in the list of the most popular movies about the war in world cinema. The "Fate of a Man" starring Sergei Bondarchuk Zinaida Kiriyenko. The director has shown in the picture bravery and courage of our soldiers, who, without hesitation, ready to give their lives for their loved ones. The main character - a strong and courageous people who have borne many trials, but it is with honor and dignity of their passes and returned home alive.



Photo: A scene from the film "The destiny of man»





"The Dawns Here Are Quiet" in 1972. The picture was filmed on the same product Boris Vasilyev. The film's director Stanislav Rostockiy able to show not only the horrors of war, but also the beauty and courage of Soviet women who are ready to fight for the Motherland on par with men. The painting is among the ten best Soviet films of the twentieth century. In the plot of the film is the story of several women soldiers who have been at war for a variety of reasons, but they have one common goal - to take revenge on the enemy for the lives of loved ones. Women have to fight with the Germans in the most severe conditions to the last drop of blood. Today, "The Dawns Here Are Quiet" is on the tenth line of attendance among Soviet films in the history of hire. The film starring Olga Ostroumova Elena Drapeko Ekaterina Markova, Dolganova Irina and Irina Shevchuk.



Photo: A scene from the movie "The Dawns Here Are Quiet»

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"They Fought for Their Country" in 1975. Another picture about the Great Patriotic War director Sergei Bondarchuk. The film is part of the global collection of the best pictures on the military theme. "They Fought for Their Country" tells the story of the most difficult days of 1942 in Stalingrad. Bondarchuk managed to convey the mood of the Soviet soldiers who were standing on the defense of Stalingrad. The main characters of the film to convey the mood of the time - they did not lose their sense of humor and dignity even during the bloodiest battles. Bondarchuk took a picture for the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Victory in World War II. From the first days of hire picture won the recognition and love of Soviet viewers. Bondarchuk was invited to film such legendary actors as Vyacheslav Tikhonov, Vasily Shukshin and Yury Nikulin, and he starred in one of the main roles.

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Photo: A scene from the film "They Fought for the Motherland»

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