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Leonid BYKOV
Леонид БЫКОВ
Leonid BYKOV
 
USSR, 1973, 96 mn 
Black and white, fiction

Only Old Men are going to Battle

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В бой идут одни 'старики'

 

 Seuls les anciens vont au combat

 V boy idut odni 'stariki'


 
Directed by : Leonid BYKOV (Леонид БЫКОВ)
Writing credits : Leonid BYKOV (Леонид БЫКОВ), Yevgeni ONOPRIENKO (Евгений ОНОПРИЕНКО), Aleksandr SATSKY (Александр САЦКИЙ)
 
Cast
Leonid BYKOV (Леонид БЫКОВ) ...Titarenko / Maestro
Grigori GLADY (Григорий ГЛАДИЙ) ...Ivolguine
Sergey IVANOV (4) (Сергей ИВАНОВ (4)) ..."Kouznetchik"
Viktor MIROSHNICHENKO (Виктор МИРОШНИЧЕНКО)
Sergey PODGORNYY (Сергей ПОДГОРНЫЙ)
Rustam SAGDULLAEV (Рустам САГДУЛЛАЕВ)
Yuri SARANTSEV (Юрий САРАНЦЕВ)
Yevgeniya SIMONOVA (Евгения СИМОНОВА) ...Macha Popova
Aleksey SMIRNOV (Алексей СМИРНОВ)
Vladimir TALASHKO (Владимир ТАЛАШКО)
Olga TOLTETSKAYA (Ольга ТОЛСТЕЦКАЯ)
 
Cinematography : Vladimir VOYTENKO (Владимир ВОЙТЕНКО)
Production design : Georgi PROKOPETS (Георгий ПРОКОПЕЦ)
Music : Viktor SHEVCHENKO (Виктор ШЕВЧЕНКО)
Sound : Nina AVRAMENKO (Нина АВРАМЕНКО)
Production : Studio Dovzhenko
Release date in Russia : 01/09/1974
 

Awards :
Prix du meilleur rôle masculin à Leonid Bykov, 1974
Prix au Festival de Karlovy Vary, 1974
Premier prix au Festival "Liberté" Sopot (Bulgarie, 1974,
Prix national de l'Ukraine, Chevtchenko, 1977

DVD with subtitles
Editeur : Ruscico. 2000.
Langues : RU FR
Sous-titres : RU EN FR DE ES IT
Bonus :
- Interview de V. Talachko
- Video - sujets: «Testament de L. Bykov», «Deux destins»
- reportage du tournage

Plot synopsis
One of the best Russian films about the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. The “old men” in this squadron were no older than twenty, but those “wet behind the ears”, a reinforcement fresh from flying schools with accelerated training, were not allowed to go to battle for quite a while… They were yet to experience everything – the heat of the battle, the joy of the first victory over the enemy, the grandeur of a brotherhood strengthened with blood, the first love, and the bitterness of a loss…And there came the day when, on hearing the command “only ‘old men’ are going to battle”, it was them who rushed to their planes…Only during its first year at the theatres, the film was seen by 44.3 million viewers – a record in the history of world cinema. When this war musical was released (1973), audiences thronged at the theatres, asking for a “spare” ticket, and the old, long-forgotten “Darkie” song became very popular again. Incidentally, the character nicknamed Darkie had a real-life prototype – Leonid Bykov’s childhood friend, Victor Shcheglov.
Source : www.ruscico.com
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Strasbourg two weeks of Russian cinema, Strasbourg (France), 2015
- Festival de cinéma russe au Centre Wallonie Bruxelles de Kinshasa, Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of the Congo), 2012
- Semaine des films russes à Bacongo, Brazzaville (Republic of the Congo), 2012
- Festival "Vivat Kino Rossii", St Petersburg (Russia), 2004

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Léonide Bykov dans le rôle du capitaine Tytarenko





 


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