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A Mothers Heart

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Director  Mark Donskoy
Language  Russian
7/10 IMDb

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Country  Soviet Union
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Writer  Irina Donskaya, Zoya Voskresenskaya
Release date  1965

A mother s heart


A Mother's Heart (Russian: Сердце матери, Serdtse materi) is a 1965 Soviet biopic film directed by Mark Donskoy. Donskoy was awarded USSR State Prize for the film in 1968.

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Plot

The film follows the formative years (1884–1890) of Vladimir Ulyanov growing up in Simbirsk. The film was followed by the sequel, A Mother's Devotion in 1967.

Cast

  • Yelena Fadeyeva as Mariya Aleksandrovna Ulyanova, the Mother
  • Daniil Sagal as Ilya Nikolayevich Ulyanov, the Father
  • Nina Menshikova as Anna
  • Gennadi Chertov as Aleksandr
  • Rodion Nakhapetov as Vladimir Lenin
  • Nina Vilkovskaya as Olga
  • Svetlana Balashova as Mariya
  • Vitaly Churkin as Fedka
  • Victor Mizin as Gorchilin
  • Fyodor Nikitin as Neklyudov
  • Vsevolod Safonov as Ishchersky
  • Victor Salin as Lionka
  • Yuriy Solomin as Dmitri
  • Georgi Yepifantsev as Yelizarov
  • References

    A Mother's Heart Wikipedia
    A Mothers Heart IMDb


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