Mikhail BOGIN
Михаил БОГИН
Mikhaïl BOGUINE
USSR / Poland, 1967, 68mn 
Black and white, fiction
Zosya
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 Zossia

 Zosya

 
Directed by : Mikhail BOGIN (Михаил БОГИН)
Writing credits : Vladimir BOGOMOLOV (Владимир БОГОМОЛОВ)
Based on V. Bogomolov's short story of the same
 
Cast
Yuri KAMORNY (Юрий КАМОРНЫЙ) ...Mikhail
Nikolay MERZLIKIN (Николай МЕРЗЛИКИН) ...Viktor
 
Music : Rafail KHOZAK (Рафаил ХОЗАК)
Sound : Dmitry BOGOLEPOV (Дмитрий БОГОЛЕПОВ)
Other persons :
Cast : Pola RAKSA ...Zosya
Wieslawa MAZURKIEWICZ ...Zosya's mother
Barbara BARGIELOWSKA
Zygmunt ZINTEL
Cinematography : Jerzy LIPMAN
Production : Gorky Film Studio, Kamera (Pologne)
Spectators : 22,8 million spectators in the USSR
Release date in Russia : 18/09/1967
 
Site : IMDb

Plot synopsis
Love story of the Soviet officer and Polish girl in days of war. The battalion where Mikhail and Victor serve, settles down on rest in the Polish village. Friends meet the daughter of the room hostess. Mikhail at first sight falls in love with Zosyu, however it seems to him that it likes Victor. And only when the battalion leaves the village, Mikhail understands that the girl loves him.
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Selected in the following festivals :
- Sputnik nad Polska, Warsaw (Poland), 2009