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The Cranes Are Flying

The Cranes Are Flying(1957)

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Brief Synopsis

A Russian woman is tormented by fears that her boyfriend has been killed in World War II.

Cast & Crew

V Zubkov Stepan
A Bogdanova Grandmother
Sergei Urusevsky Director Of Photography
Viktor Rozov Screenwriter
Viktor Rozov Play As Source Material ("The Immortal")
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1957 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  .....Production Company, Warner Bros. Pictures Distribution .....Domestic Theatrical Distributor
Duration(mins):  Country:  Soviet Union (SU)
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  • Love at first sight.

    Cary Moy 2013-06-03

    Found out about this movie as a child going through the pages of the World Book Encyclopedia. The Russia entry had a photograph of the scene where Veronika... MORE>

  • The Cranes are Flying

    Goetan 2013-05-27

    The best War film from U.S.S.R. after Stalin's death. Lover's are separated during WWII, and the woman marries her boyfriend's brother.... MORE>

  • human condition

    Michelle 2008-02-11

    The movie may have been made under an oppressive regime, but there is a nuance of the real people caught between two evils. I have relatives who lived... MORE>