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 ...
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.
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.
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...
9 Reviews Hide Spoilers Sort by: Filter by Rating: 10/10 Director Alexander Proshkin's film 'The cold summer of 1953' tackles the question of the enemies of the Russian state. FilmCriticLalitRao 18 December 2015 Generally, amnesty is provided to prisoners on humanitarian grounds in order to initiate reform process.
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