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Mikhail CHIAURELI
Михаил ЧИАУРЕЛИ
Mikhaïl TCHIAOURELI
 
USSR, 1946, 116 mn 
fiction

The Vow

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Клятва

 

 Le Serment

 Klyatva


 
Directed by : Mikhail CHIAURELI (Михаил ЧИАУРЕЛИ)
Writing credits : Mikhail CHIAURELI (Михаил ЧИАУРЕЛИ), Pyotr PAVLENKO (Пётр ПАВЛЕНКО)
 
Cast
Sergey BLINNIKOV (Сергей БЛИННИКОВ) ...Balkan
Nikolay BOGOLIUBOV (Николай БОГОЛЮБОВ) ...le père et l'ingénieur Popov
Mikhail GELOVANY (Михаил ГЕЛОВАНИ) ... Staline
Sofia GIATSINTOVA (Софья ГИАЦИНТОВА) ...Varvara Petrova
Tamara MAKAROVA (Тамара МАКАРОВА) ...Ksenia
 
Cinematography : Leonid KOSMATOV (Леонид КОСМАТОВ)
Production design : Leonid MAMALADZE (Леонид МАМАЛАДЗЕ)
Music : Andrei BALANCHIVADZE (Андрей БАЛАНЧИВАДЗЕ)
Production : Grouzia-Film
Release date in Russia : 29/07/1946
 

Awards :
Médaille d'or au Festival de Venize, 1946
Prix Staline, 1946, 1947

Plot synopsis
In the winter of 1924 the Bolshevik Stepan Petrov together with his wife Varvara and daughter Olga set out to Moscow on foot. They must hand their fellow countrymen’s letter over to Lenin. In the steppes they are overtaken by a gang of kulaks. Stepan is killed and Varvara and her daughter walk on alone. Together with other pilgrims they get to Gorky where they learn about Lenin’s death. They head for Red Square. Stalin ascends the rostrum and vows faith to Lenin’s ideas. After that Varvara Petrova hands him the letter. When the war breaks out Varvara Mikhailovna will send her children off to defend the Motherland. After the war in the Georgievsky Palace Petrova will meet Stalin for the second time.
old Medal at the Venice Film Festival, 1946
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Moscow International Film Festival (MIFF), Moscow (Russia), 2009

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