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This debut feature-length wartime drama by noted Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky was a remarkable introduction to a remarkable career. The poetic touch of Tarkovsky's hand and his measured pace is already evident as the tale of the young, twelve-year-old Ivan Nikolai Burlyayev evolves. Ivan is orphaned after his village is wiped out by an invading Nazi army and as a consequence, he ends up in a prison camp. The inventive lad escapes and is adopted by Captain Kholin Valentin Zubkov, whose intention is to send ...
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This debut feature-length wartime drama by noted Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky was a remarkable introduction to a remarkable career. The poetic touch of Tarkovsky's hand and his measured pace is already evident as the tale of the young, twelve-year-old Ivan Nikolai Burlyayev evolves. Ivan is orphaned after his village is wiped out by an invading Nazi army and as a consequence, he ends up in a prison camp. The inventive lad escapes and is adopted by Captain Kholin Valentin Zubkov, whose intention is to send the boy away to school. But Ivan is determined to help the Russian army and so he starts spying on the German forces. Because of his tender years he manages to pass freely back and forth behind enemy lines -- at least for awhile. This exemplary film won the top prize, the Golden Lion award at the 1962 Venice Film Festival and also won the Grand Prize at the 1962 San Francisco Film Festival.
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Special Features

Interview With Film Scholar Vida T. Johnson, Coauthor Of The Films Of Andrei Tarkovsky: A Visual Fugue Interviews With Cimematographer Vadim Yusov And Actor Nikolai Burlyaev
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/22/2013
  • UPC: 715515102216
  • Original Release: 1962
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  • Source: Criterion
  • Region Code: A
  • Presentation: B&W / Full Frame
  • Time: 1:35:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 20,592

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Nikolai Burlyayev Ivan
Valentin Zubkov Capt. Kholin
Yevgeny Zharikov Lt. Galtsev
Nikolai Grinko Col. Gryaznov
Valentina Malyavina Masha
Stepan Krylov Katasonych
D. Milyutenko Old Man
Irina Tarkovskaya
Andrei Konchalovsky Bespectacled Soldier
Ivan Savkin
Vladimir Marenkov
Technical Credits
Andrei Tarkovsky Director
Ye. Chernyayaev Art Director
Emin Khachaturyan Musical Direction/Supervision
Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov Score Composer
Vadim Yusov Cinematographer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Luminous and Deep, Poignant Russian Childhood Revisited

    The most intriguing aspect of this fine first feature from a master visual artist is the blurred lines betwen dream imagery, memory and newsreel. The primary narrative is intermingled with these in such an uncanny way (an approach Tarkovsky repeats more successfully in 'Mirror') that it's dificult (and ultimately pointless) to discern when and where reality and memory seperate. An unforgettable World War II experience.

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