Only "old men" go into battle
This is a light comedy with songs and a drama about how any newcomer will quickly become an "old man" in a war. And also about the love story of Masha and Romeo.
Cranes are Flying
The only Soviet winner of the Cannes Film Festival. This surprisingly emotional tape tells about the fate of people whose lives were invaded by the war.
This is a story about true love, friendship and war. Love is the epitome of this movie.
Twenty days without a war
Front-line journalist Vasily Lopatin (Yuri Nikulin) goes behind the front line, to Tashkent, to visit the family of a deceased colleague. On the way, he meets a woman (Lyudmila Gurchenko), with whom he has a short but strong romance.
Battle of Sevastopol
A great military-patriotic movie about Lyudmila Pavlichenko, the most successful female sniper in world history, who first participated in the defense of Odessa and Sevastopol, and then traveled across America with Eleanor Roosevelt, ardently calling on the allies to open a second front.
Zhenya, Zhenya and Katyusha
The events of the film, based on Bulat Okudzhava's story "Be Healthy, Schoolboy", develop at the front, and the interweaving of romantic adventures and military trials turns the picture into a touching and tragic canvas.