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Directed by  Aleksandr Proshkin
Music by  Vladimir Martynov
Production company  Mosfilm
Director  Aleksandr Proshkin
Editor  Yelena Mikhajlova
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Written by  Edgar Dubrovsky
Cinematography  Boris Brozhovsky
Initial release  1987 (Soviet Union)
Music director  Vladimir Martynov
Screenplay  Edgar Dubrovsky
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Starring  Valeriy Priyomykhov Anatoli Papanov Viktor Stepanov Nina Usatova
Cast  Anatoli Papanov, Valeriy Priyomykhov, Nina Usatova, Zoya Buryak, Viktor Stepanov
Similar  Soviet Union movies, Dramas

The Cold Summer of 1953 (Russian: Холодное лето пятьдесят третьего…, Kholodnoe leto pyatdesyat tretego) is a 1988 Soviet crime film directed by Aleksandr Proshkin. It was the last film of the outstanding Russian actor Anatoly Papanov.

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Plot

Summer 1953. After Stalin's death, one of his closest colleagues Lavrenty Beria announces amnesty. As a result of that, many dangerous criminals, murderers and robbers are freed from labor camps. They organise gangs and begin to rob, kill and rape.

In a small village in the north of Russia live two exiles: former military intelligence captain Sergei Basargin and former engineer Nikolai Pavlovich Starobogatov. Both are innocent, but unjustly repressed by Stalin's regime.

The village is attacked by a gang of criminals. The bandits kill the only policeman in the village and capture the entire local population hostage. To save the innocent people the former military officer and the former engineer take up arms.

Cast

  • Valeriy Priyomykhov - «Luzga», Sergey Basargin, former military intelligence captain
  • Anatoli Papanov - «Kopalych», Nikolai Pavlovich Starobogatov, former engineer
  • Viktor Stepanov - policeman Mankov, who killed by bandits
  • Nina Usatova - Lydia Matveevna, mute woman
  • Zoya Buryak - Lydia Matveevna's daughter
  • Yury Kuznetsov - Ivan Zotov, director of trading post
  • Vladimir Kashpur - Fadeich, chief of landing place
  • Elizabeth Solodova - Nikolai Starobogatov's wife
  • Boris Plotnikov - Nikolai Starobogatov's son
  • Vladimir Golovin - «Baron», professional criminal, gang leader
  • Sergey Vlasov - «Vit`ok», criminal
  • Andrew Dudarenko - «Mikhalich», criminal
  • Alexander Zavyalov - «Mukha» (Fly), criminal
  • Alexey Kolesnik - «Kryuk» (Hook), criminal
  • Viktor Kosykh - «Baklan», criminal
  • References

    The Cold Summer of 1953 Wikipedia


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