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Best Russian|Soviet union Movies

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Author Alexander Petrov

Russia is a great country and Soviet play a very important role in the film industry, here are the Soviet best movies of all time. If you are the Soviet movie lover so this article is only for you, here are the best Soviet movies, you must watch before Die, .

Important: Top 10 Soviet Films by Alexander Petrov .


WAR & PEACE (1968)



War and Peace is a 1965–67 Soviet war drama film co-written and directed by Sergei Bondarchuk and a film adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's 1869 novel War and Peace .!


THE CRANES ARE FLYING (1957)



The movie portrays the devastation and ruins caused by World War II, through the eyes of Veronica, who loses her boyfriend during the war. .!


THE RED SNOWBALL TREE (1974)



Although society might not ready to embrace him, a former thief searches for peace and serenity when he is released from prison. .!


AMPHIBIAN MAN (1962)



A young man (Vladimir Korenev) with the breathing apparatus of a shark falls for the woman he rescued from a watery death. .!


PIRATES OF THE 20TH CENTURY (1980)



The desperate crew of a Soviet shipping vessel struggles to survive after being hijacked and targeted for systematic extermination by a ruthless band of modern pirates. .!


MOSCOW DOES NOT BELIEVE IN TEARS (1969)



Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears. Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears (Russian: Москва слезам не верит, romanized: Moskva slezam ne verit) is a 1980 Soviet film made by Mosfilm. It was written by Valentin Chernykh and directed by Vladimir Menshov. ... The film won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1981. .!


BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN (1925)



When they are fed rancid meat, the sailors on the Potemkin revolt against their harsh conditions. Led by Vakulinchuk (Aleksandr Antonov), the sailors kill the officers of the ship to gain their freedom. Vakulinchuk is also killed, and the people of Odessa honor him as a symbol of revolution. Tsarist soldiers arrive and massacre the civilians to quell the uprising. A squadron of ships is sent to overthrow the Potemkin, but the ships side with the revolt and refuse to attack. .!


MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA (1929)



art documentary and part cinematic art, this film follows a city in the 1920s Soviet Union throughout the day, from morning to night. Directed by Dziga Vertov, with a variety of complex and innovative camera shots, the film depicts scenes of ordinary daily life in Russia. Vertov celebrates the modernity of the city, with its vast buildings, dense population and bustling industries. While there are no titles or narration, Vertov still naturally conveys the marvels of the modern city. .!


INTERGIRL (1989)



Intergirl is a 1989 Soviet drama film. Set in Leningrad in the time of perestroika during the 1980s, it was the first piece of the popular culture portraying prostitution in the USSR. The film was the most popular Soviet film in 1989 and made a star of leading actress Elena Yakovlev .!


AIR CREW (1980)



Air Crew is a 1980 disaster film directed by Alexander Mitta. Inspired by the Airport movie series, it was the first disaster film shot in the Soviet Union .!




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