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I Believe in Spring

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Abstract
A fiction film about spring, youth and love. On a sunny day in Moscow, Sasha and Maya meet. Young people go to the dacha in the spring forest. Sasha gives his girlfriend a toy - a wooden tumbler. The moment the stranger hands Maya a snowdrop, the tumbler falls into the well. Sasha is upset. Young people quarrel, but cannot go back to Moscow: on the Razdory railway platform, they read an announcement that trains do not run. At night, while Maya sleeps, Sasha carves out a new tumbler toy.
Director
W. Zuckerman
Color
B&W
Film ID
38254
Keywords
cinematography
Meterage
246,2
Number of Parts
1
Operators
A. Gerasimov
Other Creators
scriptwriter V. Tsukerman, assistants S. Udilin, A. Parusov, G. Steinbuk, artistic director A. Sokolov, starring L. Vanyushkina, A. Torshin, V. Parkhaev
Release Date
1962
Sound
Has Sound

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