Criterion Collection: Cranes Are Flying

Criterion Collection: Cranes Are Flying

Director: Mikhail Kalatozov Cast: Tatiana Samoilova, Alexei Batalov, Vasily Merkuryev

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Product Details

Release Date: 04/30/2002
UPC: 0037429168028
Original Release: 1957
Rating: NR
Source: Criterion
Presentation: [B&W]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Mono]
Time: 1:35:00
Sales rank: 611

Special Features

New digital transfer, with restored image and sound; New and improved English subtitle translation

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tatiana Samoilova Veronica
Alexei Batalov Boris
Vasily Merkuryev Fyodor Ivanovich
Alexander Shvorin Mark
Svetlana Kharitonova Irina
Konstantin Nikitin Volodya
Valentin Zubkov Stepan
Antonina Bogdanova Actor
Boris Kokovkin Actor
E. Kupriyanova Actor
Valentina Ananina Actor
Valentina Vladimirova Actor
O. Dzisko Actor
Nikolai Smorchkov Actor

Technical Credits
Mikhail Kalatozov Director,Producer
V. Rozov Screenwriter
Y. Svidetelev Set Decoration/Design
M. Timofeyeva Editor
Sergei Urusevsky Cinematographer
M. Vainberg Score Composer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Innocence [3:28]
2. Two Families [4:31]
3. War [4:31]
4. Plans & Dreams [6:09]
5. A Birthday Present [6:20]
6. "He Already Left" [8:09]
7. Air Raid [4:21]
8. Mark's Confession [6:32]
9. The Front/Marriage [3:27]
10. An Unfinished Sentence [5:50]
11. Siberia [1:22]
12. Waiting [6:49]
13. Guilt [6:35]
14. Boris [6:40]
15. Antonina [1:58]
16. The Note [2:43]
17. The Price of Exemption [4:02]
18. "That's Me" [4:24]
19. Hope [1:06]
20. Flowers [6:21]
23. Color Bars [:20]

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