The Cranes are Flying
Veronica and Boris are walking in the streets of Moscow and they love each other. Veronica is laughing, cause they are happy together this morning. They see some cranes in the sky. When arriving to Veronica's house they talk about a rendezvous at the bank of the river. And the 2nd World War begins in Moscow. Boris works in a factory and he hasn't got time to speak with Veronica. He has to go to war...
- Stars:Tatyana Samoylova, Aleksey Batalov, Vasiliy Merkurev, Aleksandr Shvorin, Svetlana Kharitonova, Konstantin Kadochnikov, Valentin Zubkov, Antonina Bogdanova, Boris Kokovkin, Ekaterina Kupriyanova, Valentina Ananina, Olga Dzisko, Klarina Frolova-Vorontsova, Leonid Knyazev, Georgiy Kulikov,
- Country:Soviet Union
- Director:Mikhail Kalatozov,
- Writer:Viktor Rozov (play), Viktor Rozov (screenplay)
Veronica plans a rendezvous with her lover, Boris, at the bank of river, only for him to be drafted into World War II shortly thereafter. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Cranes are Flying torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Shouldn't Tai Chi as a fighting style lead to beautiful choreography and some innovative fight sequences? Nope, it mostly just leads to nagging from the sensei! Surprisingly bland.
(es) wrote: Well made and enjoyable, but predictable.
(br) wrote: Just saw it on Netflix- Awesome movie!
(au) wrote: Rough Cut is a Burt Reynolds movie I've never heard of & after watching it I can see why, It was terrible.I think I lost interest in the 1st 20 minutes of this movie & it's weird cause I usually either like Burt's movies or can at least watch them
(kr) wrote: Good Saturday night thriller.
(es) wrote: "Best slasher film to come out of Europe since Alex Aja's now classic gore fest 'High Tension.'"? Were there many notable European slashers between June '03 and July '06? Technically "Them (Ils)" came out 2 days before this flick. The Austrian version of "I Know What You Did Last Summer" is much more striking and heartfelt, with beautiful scenery, editing and a tragic mystery.
(fr) wrote: This isn't even worth a review. Just read the comments below!
(kr) wrote: Charlie Kaufman gives a masterclass in screenwriting via this movie.
(gb) wrote: Film Kartun Fav. gwRurouni Kenshin
(br) wrote: Very interesting concept, but the story was too slow for my liking.
(au) wrote: I honestly can't say anything particularly bad about this film, that isn't a personal gripe. Everything from the acting to the soundtrack/score, to the staging, was executed very well, and the use of samurai code in a modern society is almost refreshing.
(gb) wrote: Whatever this movie lacks in fight scenes, makes up for with plenty of gunplay and incredible stunts. The plot is solid and so are the villains, for a very entertaining sequel in the Police Story series. (and Michelle Yeoh!)
(gb) wrote: Francis Ford Coppola's first film ever, Dementia 13, doesn't have the best story in the world, but you can tell it's made with talent. This quasi slasher flick from '63 is a little gem.
(fr) wrote: Ok, at least one of these stars is for sentimental reasons...this was one of my favorites when I was a kid! As usual Disney presents a cleaned up, sentimental version of history. With this one I don't care! And surprisingly, in terms of the historical events it portrays, it mostly has its facts straight...
(de) wrote: I understood what this movie was wanting the audience to understand with just watching the first couple of stories, but then it just keeps going on and on telling more stories that are exactly the same, and you just get bored with it.
(jp) wrote: I don't know why this movie has such a bad score, great actors and really nice jokes and references.
(de) wrote: A very powerful and moving film. One I could watch over again.