Spasti Leningrad full movie in duel audio, Movie Review & Rating
Saving Leningrad (Russian: Спасти Ленинград) is a 2019 Russian war film written about the Road of Life. A story based on real events of the imprint of a barge number 752 which was used on a fishing boat and supplied food to the besieged Leningrad on the Road of life.
On the night of September 17, 1941, during the evacuation of people from Leningrad, the barge leaked and drowned in the depths of the Laduga Lake with a thousand people on it. At that time, 460 people died on the barge towed by the boat “Selemzha”, which carried military reinforcements to Leningrad. Together with “Selemzha”, The boat “Oryol” help to tow the barge and together they managed to save 240 people, 216 and 24 people respectively.
A total of 433 cadets, 132 graduates of the Military Medical Academy, 8 junior officers, 36 officers and 46 women, as well as all those who were on the barge with their children and 30 civilian workers and members of the Naval Medical Academy and the Navy’s Hydrographic Administration, which included more than 685 people).
Directed by: Aleksey Kozlov
Produced by: Aleksey Kozlov, Arkady Fateev, Anton Dementiev, Elena Gromova
Written by: Aleksey Kozlov
Production company: Studio AVK, Algous studio
Distributed by: Universal Pictures Russia, All Media Company, NTV
Starring: Maria Melnikova, Andrey Mironov-Udalov, Gela Meskhi, Anastasiya Melnikova, Valeriy Degtyar, Vitaliy Kishchenko, Aleksey Shevchenkov, Boris Shcherbakov
Music by: Yuri Poteyenko, Cinematography, Aleksey Doronkin, Gleb Vavilov
Edited by: Anton Dementiev, Aleksey Maklakov
Release date: January 27, 2019 (Russia)
Running time: 96 minutes
Budget: 237 million rubles
Box office: 172.7 million rubles
Maria Melnikova as Anastasiya Alexandrovna Tkachyova “Nastya”
Nastya Tkachyova, a schoolgirl in Leningrad.
Andrey Mironov-Udalov as Konstantin Nikolaevich Gorelov “Kostya”
Kostya Gorelov graduated from a military school, and a Soviet Army.
Gela Meskhi as Vadim Petruchik, investigator of the NKVD
Anastasiya Melnikova as Mariya Nikolaevna Tkachyova, Nastya’s mother
Valeriy Degtyar as Alexandr Naumovich Tkachyov, Nastya’s father
Vitaliy Kishchenko as Colonel Nikolai Gorelov, Kostya’s father
Aleksey Shevchenkov as Erofeev
Boris Shcherbakov as chief of staff
Sergey Zharkov as Gena Bukin, a Soviet Army
Ivan Lyrchikov as Andrey Babintsev, a Soviet Army
Yesenia Raevskaya as Pomerantseva
Vadim Andreyev as Skvortsov
Inga Strelkova-Oboldina as Galochka
Vladimir Petrov as Sasha
Vladimir Seleznev as Yarygin
Mikhail Morozov as Vitya
Evgenia Lyubimova as Lyusya
Pavel Grigoriev as Mikhail Efimovich
Natalya Tkachenko as Liza
Maria Kapustinskaya as Sveta Goncharova
Stepan Yakovlev as Seryozha
Elena Zimina as Zoya