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Title The Iron Flood 1967, 1967.

Published Marlborough, Wiltshire : Adam Matthew Digital.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Uniform title Железный поток . English.
Physical description online resource (video file 1:44:45) : Sound, Colour.
Series Lenin & the Russian Revolution.
Wars & Revolutions.
Socialism on Film.
Notes Archive Reference: N-507250.
Credits Contributors: Serafimovich, A.; Perventsev, Arkadi (1905-1981); Dzigan, Yefim.; Temerin, Alexei; Muradeli, Vano; Sharun, V.; Kalinichenko, P.; Kiselyov, P.
Production Company: Mosfilm.
Production Company: Sovexportfilm.
Performers Alexeyev, Nikolai; Ivashov, Vladimir; Alisova, Inna; Frichinsky, L.; Denisenko, N.; Degtyar, A.; Gladkikh, Y.; Dupak, N.; Murzayeva, I.; Alisova, Nina; Zaslavets, G.; Trofimov, N.; Kvantaliani, A.; Skorobogatov, V.; Golubenko, V.; Gallis, L.; Sedov, V.
Summary Feature film about the attempts of a group of Red Army soldiers and their families to escape encirclement by the White Guard by marching across the Caucasian mountains. [WARNING: contains distressing scenes of execution and victims of warfare.]. From the novel by Alexander Serafimovitch and based on a true story, the film presents the extreme struggles experienced by Red Army soldiers and peasants as they march to re-join the main Red Army. Includes a dramatic and powerful finale in which the peasants, armed only with farming equipment, join forces to confront an approaching army of Cossacks.
Original Version Reproduction of: Железный поток USSR, 1967.
NOTES The British Film Institute.
Notes Description based on online resource (viewed on 17 October, 2017).
Other author Dzigan, Yefim, director.
Serafimovich, A., 1863-1949, Author.
Perventsev, Arkadi, 1905-1981, Script.
Dzigan, Yefim, Script.
Temerin, Alexei, Photography.
Muradeli, V. (Vano), 1908-1970, Music.
Sharun, V, Sound.
Kalinichenko, P, Sound.
Kiselyov, P, Set Designer.
Alekseev, Nikolaĭ, 1956- Cast member.
Ivashov, Vladimir, 1939-1995, Cast member.
Alisova, Inna, Cast member.
Frichinsky, L, Cast member.
Denisenko, N, Cast member.
Degtyar, A, Cast member.
Gladkikh, Y, Cast member.
Dupak, N, Cast member.
Murzayeva, I, Cast member.
Alisova, Nina, Cast member.
Zaslavets, G, Cast member.
Trofimov, N. (Nikolaĭ), 1920-2005, Cast member.
Kvantaliani, A, Cast member.
Skorobogatov, V. (Vasiliĭ Efimovich), Cast member.
Golubenko, V, Cast member.
Gallis, L, Cast member.
Sedov, V. (Vladimir), Cast member.
Moskovskai͡a kinostudii͡a "Mosfilʹm", production company.
Sovexportfilm, production company.
Adam Matthew Digital (Firm), digitiser.
Subject Red Army.
Russian Civil War (1917-1922)
Imperialism.
Bolsheviks.
Peasants.
White Guards.
Weapons.
Bombing.
Alcohol.
Military.
Army.
Family.
Children.
Civilians.
Death.
Food.
Rationing.
Navy.
Capital punishment.
Prisoners of war.
Parades and marches.
Victory.
Looting.
Wars.
Political parties and movements.
Russia.
Yekaterinodar (Krasnodar)
Tuapse.
Armavir.
Novorrossiisk.
Kuban.
Caucasus.
USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)
Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (1870-1924)
Denikin, Anton (1872-1947)
Pokrovsky, Viktor (1889-1922)
Drama.
1917-1924.
Internet videos.
Fiction films.
Variant Title Socialism on film : the Cold War and international propaganda, 1917-1989 1936-1985.