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Boris GRIGORYEV
Борис ГРИГОРЬЕВ
Boris GRIGORIEV
 
USSR / Hungary, 1971, 167 mn 
Colour, fiction

Hold on to the Clouds

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Держись за облака

 

 Tiens-toi aux nuages

 Derzhis za oblaka


Other titles : Kapaszkodj a fellegekbe!
 
Directed by : Boris GRIGORYEV (Борис ГРИГОРЬЕВ)
 
Cast
Istvan BUJTOR (Иштван БУЙТОР)
Gunārs CILINSKIS (Гунарс ЦИЛИНСКИС) ...Vladimir
Mikhail KONONOV (Михаил КОНОНОВ)
Andrei MIRONOV (Андрей МИРОНОВ) ...le général
Galina POLSKIKH (Галина ПОЛЬСКИХ)
Svetlana SVETLICHNAYA (Светлана СВЕТЛИЧНАЯ) ...Milly Vimerford
 
Cinematography : Valery GINZBURG (Валерий ГИНЗБУРГ)
Production design : Igor BAKHMETYEV (Игорь БАХМЕТЬЕВ), Pyotr PASHKEVICH (Пётр ПАШКЕВИЧ)
Other persons :
Writing credits : Péter SZASZ, Mikhai AVERIN
Director : Péter SZASZ
Music : Szabolcs FENYES
Production : Gorky Film Studio, Mafilm (Hungary)
Release date in Russia : 1972
 

Plot synopsis
adventure comedy. 1919. tumultuous events are rocking russia and hungary. János perczel, a journalist and advisor on questions of education and culture in the hungarian soviet republic, travels to petrograd in order to recruit a flight instructor. his movements are closely watched by the officer of hungarian state security, Bence rocatelli. János meets the former pilot of the czar’s army, vladimir sevastianov, and convinces the now jobless man to help the young republic. the two men set off to Budapest, but their journey is full of dangers and funny adventures, as they have to make emergency landings in territories that are occupied first by the Whites and when they reach their destination they are clearly not aware that the soviet republic has fallen…
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 2010

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