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Andrei FROLOV
Андрей ФРОЛОВ
Andreï FROLOV
 
1946, 82 mn 
Black and white, fiction

The First Glove

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 Les Premiers gants

 Pervaya perchatka


 
Directed by : Andrei FROLOV (Андрей ФРОЛОВ)
Writing credits : Aleksandr FILIMONOV (Александр ФИЛИМОНОВ)
 
Cast
Vladimir VOLODIN (Владимир ВОЛОДИН) ...Ivan
Anastasia ZUEVA (Анастасия ЗУЕВА) ...Ivan's wife
Ivan PEREVERZEV (Иван ПЕРЕВЕРЗЕВ) ...Nikita
Sergey BLINNIKOV (Сергей БЛИННИКОВ)
Nadezhda CHEREDNICHENKO (Надежда ЧЕРЕДНИЧЕНКО) ...Nina
Vladimir GRIBKOV (Владимир ГРИБКОВ)
Pavel OLENEV (Павел ОЛЕНЕВ)
Anatoli STEPANOV (2) (Анатолий СТЕПАНОВ (2))
 
Cinematography : Fyodor FIRSOV (Федор ФИРСОВ)
Production design : Vladimir KAMSKY (Владимир КАМСКИЙ), Semyon MANDEL (Семён МАНДЕЛЬ), Ivan STEPANOV (Иван СТЕПАНОВ)
Music : Vasili SOLOVIEV- SEDOY (Василий СОЛОВЬЕВ-СЕДОЙ)
Production : Mosfilm
Release date in Russia : 23/01/1947
 

Plot synopsis
Nikita Krutikov, a young Siberian, finds himself in Moscow, falls in love with Nina, a sportswoman, and goes in for boxing. He is strong and tough, they predict he'll be a champion, the coaches quarrel with each other because of him. But Nikita wants to marry Nina and leave for home, the Siberian fur farm. Hoping that the taste of victory will make Nikita change his mind, the coach persuades Nina to hold over her decision till his match with Moscow champion. However in spite of all expectations, Nikita loses the fight, but the defeat makes him take a flat decision - he stays in Moscow, trains hard and becomes a champion.
 

Selected in the following festivals :
- International debut film festival, Khanty Mansiysk (Russia), 2013
- Sputnik nad Polska, Warsaw (Poland), 2012


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