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Commander of the Lucky Pike

Commander of the Lucky Pike is a 1972 Soviet war film directed by Boris Volchek. The films title is a pun in Russian, the submarine Щ-721 is nicknamed as pike.


The Composer Glinka

The young composer Mikhail Glinka performs his new work at a soiree at earl Vielgorskys house. However, the public is accustomed to Western music, and reacts coldly to the creation of the composer. This makes him very sad, but soon he decides to ...


A Comrades Honour

A Comrades Honour is a 1953 Soviet drama film directed by Nikolay Lebedev and starring Konstantin Skorobogatov, Boris Kokovkin and Gennadiy Michurin.


Confrontation (miniseries)

Confrontation or is a 1985 Soviet six-part television film directed by Semyon Aranovich based on the novel by Yulian Semyonov.


Conspiracy of the Doomed

Sofiya Pilyavskaya as Khristina Padera as S. Pilyavskaya Boris Sitko as Kosta Varra as B. Sitko Valentina Serova as Kira Reychel as V. Serova Ilya Sudakov as Ioakhim Pino as I. Sudakov Oleg Zhakov as Kurtov as O. Zhakov Ivan Pelttser as Steban as ...


Coordinates of Death

Coordinates of Death is a 1985 film by Samvel Gasparov and Nguyen Xuan Chan. The film, which involved both Soviet and Vietnamese movie makers, is mostly about American brutality during the Vietnam War.


Corrections Class

Corrections Class is a 2014 Russian drama film directed by Ivan Tverdovskiy. It premiered on the 4th of June 2014 at Kinotavr where it won the prize for Best Debut and the Prize of Film Distributors Jury. The film also received the East of the We ...


Could One Imagine?

Could One Imagine?, also released as Love and Lies, is a 1981 Soviet drama film directed by Ilya Frez based on the eponymous novella by Galina Shcherbakova.


The Cranes Are Flying

The Cranes Are Flying is a 1957 Soviet film about World War II. It depicts the cruelty of war and the damage suffered to the Soviet psyche as a result of World War II. It was directed at Mosfilm by the Georgian-born Soviet director Mikhail Kalato ...


The Crash of the Emirate

The Crash of the Emirate is a 1955 Soviet historical drama film directed by Vladimir Basov and Latif Faiziyev.


Cross and Mauser

The film takes place during the pre-revolutionary years and the initial period of the Soviet regime. At a monastery shelter in one of Russias western towns, orphan Yulka gives birth to a son from the shepherd Jerome. Matron of the shelter Pavlikh ...


Crown Prince of the Republic

The film tells about a couple who live easily and carefree. The wife becomes pregnant and gladly talks about it to her husband, but it upsets him and their life completely changes.


Cursed Seat

Cursed Seat is a Russian horror film directed by Nadezhda Mikhalkova. The premiere of film in Russia took place on November 1, 2018.


DArtagnan and Three Musketeers

DArtagnan and Three Musketeers is a three-part swashbuckler musical miniseries produced in the Soviet Union and first aired in 1978. It is based on the novel The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, pere. The film stars Mikhail Boyarsky as DArtag ...


Dance to Death

The film takes place in 2070, when the world plunges into ruins as a result of nuclear war. The ability of people to survive depends on the energy emitted by the participants in the brutal dance tournament. But this system becomes endangered when ...


Dangerous Curves (1961 film)

Dangerous Curves was the first film shot in the Soviet-designed Kinopanorama format. It is a remake of the 1959 film Naughty Curves or also known as Mischievous Curves. The plot revolves around two rival motorcyclists love for one of the two twin ...


Dangerous for Your Life!

Tatyana Kravchenko Tamara Nina Maslova Lady with the Dog Boryslav Brondukov Andrey Pavlovich Peredelkin Vera Ivleva barmaid Georgy Vitsin Alexander Chokolov Mihail Kokshenov lieutenant Rokotov Sergey Filippov gentle visitor Nina Grebeshkova Zinai ...


Dark World (2010 film)

Dark World is a 2010 Russian urban fantasy/horror film directed by Anton Megerdichev. The film was the first Russian 3D format movie.


Day by Day (Soviet TV series)

Day by Day is an Soviet TV series directing by Vsevolod Shilovsky, based on screenplay by Mikhail Ancharov. Considered the first Soviet television series filmed by the USSR Central Television.


Day of Sun and Rain

The film tells about the 7th grade students Kolya and Alyosha, who do not like each other. And suddenly they decide to run away from their lessons and spend the whole day together, which changed their attitude both towards each other and towards ...


Days of Eclipse

Days of Eclipse is a 1988 Soviet film directed by Aleksandr Sokurov. The screenplay is by Yuri Arabov and Pyotr Kadochnikov based on a screenplay by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, which is in turn based on their novel Definitely Maybe.


Dead Mans Letters

Dead Mans Letters, also known as Letters from a Dead Man, is a 1986 Soviet science fiction art film, feature film directorial debut by Konstantin Lopushansky. It was screened at the International Critics Week section of the Cannes Film Festival i ...


The Deal (2005 film)

The Deal is a 2005 political thriller film directed by Harvey Kahn, starring Christian Slater, Selma Blair, Robert Loggia and Colm Feore. The movie was filmed in 2004 and based in Boston, Massachusetts. The film was released only in limited cinem ...


Demon (2015 film)

Demon is a 2015 Polish horror film written and directed by Marcin Wrona. It was shown in the Vanguard section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. It was Wronas last feature film, as he committed suicide on 19 September 2015 while pro ...


The Descendant of the Snow Leopard

The Descendant of the Snow Leopard is a 1984 Soviet drama film directed by Tolomush Okeyev. It was entered into the 35th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Silver Bear for an outstanding single achievement.


The Devils Flower

The main heroine of the picture Polina is pursued by strange dreams, in which she is invited to go through a living flower on the doors of an ancient castle. Trying to figure out what that means, Polina turns to her friend, fortune teller Nastya. ...


Devils Pass

Devils Pass is a 2013 Russian-British horror film directed by Renny Harlin, written by Vikram Weet, and starring Holly Goss, Matt Stokoe, Luke Albright, Ryan Hawley, and Gemma Atkinson as Americans who investigate the Dyatlov Pass incident. It is ...


Devotion (1954 film)

An elderly worker, Yegor Lutonin at one moment begins to realize that his daughters are unhappy and decides to help them. Andrei Kalmykov, the husband of Olga, the eldest daughter of Yegor Lutonin loves another woman and after work drives to her. ...


Diamonds (1947 film)

The film tells about the geologist Sergey Nesterov, who, after completing his military service, plans to start again to search for industrial deposits of Ural diamonds. His zeal has no limits and he persists in realizing his goal


Did We Meet Somewhere Before

The film tells about the successful comic actor Gennadiy Maksimov, who goes with his wife Larisa to the Crimea. But suddenly Larisa is called to the theater of miniatures instead of one actress, who fell ill, and she leaves her husband. He had to ...


Different Fortunes

The film tells about young residents of Leningrad, finishing school. Sonia loves Stepu, who is in love with Tanya, and Tanya likes Fedor. Stepa goes to Siberia to study at the evening institute and work in parallel at the local plant. Sonia goes ...


The Diplomatic Pouch

The Diplomatic Pouch is a 1927 Soviet silent thriller film directed by Alexander Dovzhenko. The first two parts of the film are lost.


Disappearance of The Eagle

The film takes place in 1920 during the civil war, the Soviet army fights on the outskirts of Novorossiysk. At the berths of the port is one of the most powerful domestic ships - the Eagle. The boatswain of the ship Mikhail Gruzdev was able to pe ...


Distant Lights (2003 film)

Distant Lights is a 2003 Germany film directed by Hans-Christian Schmid. The film takes place on the Polish-German border at Slubice and Frankfurt. It features an ensemble cast, and the various threads illustrate the daily life between the two co ...


The District Secretary

The film takes place in the first year of the Great Patriotic War. The plot is based on the fight between the commander of the partisan detachment and the Secretary of the District Committee of Kochet with Colonel Makenau.


Do It - One!

Alexei Gavrilov goes to serve in the Soviet military. At the recruiting station he is shoved by Sergeant Shipov. Alexei stops him and demands an apology. A conflict arises between them and Shipov begins harboring resentment towards Gavrilov. Ship ...


Do Not Part with Your Beloved

Do Not Part with Your Beloved or is a Soviet romantic drama, directed by Pavel Arsenov in 1980. The film is based on the eponymous play written in 1971 by Alexander Volodin. The picture was remade in 2014 as Another Year by director Oksana Bychkova.


Do Not Shoot at White Swans

Do not Shoot at White Swans is a 1980 Soviet drama film in two parts by the director Rodion Nakhapetov, based on the novel of the same name by Boris Vasilyev.


Dog in Boots

Dog in Boots, also known as Pup in Boots is a 1981 Soyuzmultfilms animated parody film directed by Yefim Gamburg. It is a musical adaptation of the classic Alexandre Dumas story of dArtagnan and the three musketeers. Dog in Boots parodies costume ...


Don Diego and Pelagia

Don Diego and Pelagia is a 1928 Soviet silent comedy drama directed by Yakov Protazanov. The films art direction was by Sergei Kozlovsky.


Dont Forget. Lugovaya Station

The film takes place during the war. A military train and a train populated by refugees were stuck at the same station. A young lieutenant meets a young girl and spends several days with her. Before parting, they agreed to write to each other at ...


Dont Leave.

Dont Leave. is a 1989 Soviet two-part television childrens musical film directed by Leonid Nechayev, based on the play of the same name by Georgy Polonsky, which in turn is loosely based on the fairy tale of William Thackeray The Rose and the Ring.


Dont Play the Fool.

Dont Play the Fool. is a Russian comedy film by Valeri Chikov. It shows unlight relations between The USSR and The USA after Cold War with a tragicomic side.


Dont Think About White Monkeys

Dont Think About White Monkeys is a Russian social satirical tragicomedy film directed by Yuri Mamin. The screenplay was written by Yuri Mamin and Vladimir Vardunas, translated into verse by Vyacheslav Leikin. The film has a second name: "Chaldea ...


Down House (film)

Down House is a 2001 Russian comedy-gross-out film by Roman Kachanov, a spoof parody on the novel The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky. The film received the Special Jury Prize at Kinotavr.


Dream of a Cossack

Dream of a Cossack is a 1951 Soviet drama film directed by Yuli Raizman based on the novel The Golden Star Chavalier by Semyon Babayevsky. It was entered into the 1951 Cannes Film Festival.


Dreaming of Space

The end of the 1950s. Sputnik 1 has already been launched, but there has not yet been a cosmonaut in space. The films heroes live in a port city on the Kola Peninsula, near the border with Norway. Victor Konkov, nicknamed "Konyok" Yevgeny Mironov ...


Dreams of Love – Liszt

Dreams of Love – Liszt is a Hungarian-Soviet epic musical/drama produced and directed by Marton Keleti, based on the biography of the Hungarian composer and pianist Franz Liszt. While the movie was criticized for some of its historical inaccuraci ...


A Driver for Vera

A Driver for Vera is a Ukrainian-Russian co-produced psychological drama film from 2004, set in 1962 Sevastopol, Ukraine, directed and written by Russian Pavel Chukhrai. The film won numerous Russian awards including Best Film at the Sochi Film F ...


Dubravka (film)

The film tells about a girl who grandmother calls Dubravka. She plays football with other children, climbs trees and swims in the sea. But childhood ends and she enters adulthood. She wants to be alone, dream and think about life. And suddenly sh ...