The Cold Summer of 1953 (Russian: Холодное лето пятьдесят третьего…, romanized: Kholodnoe leto pyat'desyat tret'ego) is a 1988 Soviet Crime Film directed by Aleksandr Proshkin. The film is set during the tumultuous period directly after the death of Joseph Stalin in 1953.
14. Feb. 2018 · Купить фильм: http://www.petershop.com/catalogue/vi... Shortly after Joseph Stalin’s death in 1953, Lavrenty Beria, the omnipotent NKVD Minister, granted a broad amnesty. Due to it ...
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The Cold Summer of 1953: Directed by Aleksandr Proshkin. With Valeriy Priyomykhov, Anatoliy Papanov, Viktor Stepanov, Nina Usatova. Former political inmates Sergei and Nikolai live as exiles in a remote Siberian village. After the general Soviet gulag amnesty of 1953 8 pardoned common criminals terrorize the inhabitants.
- Action, Crime, Drama
- Aleksandr Proshkin
Critic Reviews for Cold Summer. An intense and powerful glimpse of three emotionally shattered lives at the crossroads, A Cold Summer sears to the very core of vulnerability. February 25, 2004...
- Hartmut Schoen
Summer of 1953. The country is on the eve of major changes, but the news of Lavrentiy... Anatoli Papanov’s last role.The postwar period, difficult for the USSR.
- 100 Min.
That summer there was an unprecedented epidemic of crime in the Soviet Union. This film deals with the situation in a small village that has been attacked by a group of released prisoners, and the fight of one political prisoner to help the villagers.