Screening

Two Comrades Were Serving

6 Apr 2011

Event times

at 7.15 pm

Cost of entry

£7, conc. £5 (students and OAPs), free for Friends of Pushkin House.

Pushkin House

London, United Kingdom

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Travel Information

  • Tube: Holborn, Tottenham Court Road and Russell Square

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Two Comrades Were Serving

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Introduction by Ludmila Gromova and Vitaly Yerenkov KINO KINO! FILM CLUB Language: In Russian with English subtitles USSR | 1968 | 99 mins | b/w | director Yevgeny Karelov, with Oleg Yankovsky, Rolan Bykov, Anatoly Papanov, Vladimir Vysotsky, Alla Demidova, Nikolai Kryuchkov, Iya Savvina, Nikolai Burlyayev The 1920s Civil War in Russia… Budenny's revolutionary army gets hold of a French movie camera as a trophy. To receive operational reconnaissance data, the army's general staff decides to use it for filming the enemy fortifications from air. A former photographer, soldier Andrei Nekrasov is assigned to be a cameraman. With Ivan Karyakin as his mate, he sets about carrying out the operation. They could not even imagine what amazing experiences, both dramatic and hilarious, they would have to go through… The film features some of the best and most loved Soviet actors: Oleg Yankovsky, Rolan Bykov, Anatoly Papanov, Vladimir Vysotsky.

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