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Venom (1981 film)

Venom 1981 British horror film directed by Piers haggard written by Robert Carrington and starring Klaus Kinski, Oliver reed, Nicol Williamson and Sarah miles. It is based on the novel by Alan Scholefields of the same name.

                                               

Konopielka

Joanna Sienkiewicz − Nauczycielka Yola. Franciszek Pieczka − Dziad / Swamp. Jarosinski Tomas − Ziutek. Krzysztof Majchrzak − Kaziuk Bartoszewicz. Jan Pawel Kruk − Danube. Sylvester Maciejewski − Zolnierz W motorowce. Tadeusz Wojtych − Domin. Anna ...

                                               

Burial Ground (film)

The burial ground is an Italian Grindhouse zombie movie directed by Andrea Bianchi. It is one of several films released under the alternate title of zombie 3.

                                               

Scanner Cop

Scanner COP-1994 canadian film. This is the fourth film in the scanners series and the first film in a series of scanner COP. He was a writer, producer, and Director Pierre David. Daniel Quinn stars as the main character, a police officer with pa ...

                                               

The Overcoat (disambiguation)

The overcoat is a story by Nikolai Gogol. It may also refer to the name of several films based on this story: The overcoat film 2001, a canadian TV film production of PGS. The overcoat film in 1997, the Greek film. The overcoat film 1916 American ...

                                               

Alligator (film)

Alligator is an American monster horror film of 1980 directed by Lewis Teague and written by John Sayles. It stars Robert Forster, Robin Riker, Michael V. Gazzo. It also includes the emergence of the actress sue Lyon in his last role on the scree ...

                                               

The Children (1980 film)

Children is a 1980 low budget horror film, written and produced by Carlton J. Albright. The film is about five children in a small town, which, thanks to a yellow toxic cloud, turn into bloodless zombies with black fingernails who microwave any l ...

                                               

The Long Good Friday

The long good Friday is a British gangster film starring Bob Hoskins and Helen Mirren. It was completed in 1979, but due to the delay of the release, is usually credited as a 1980 film. The storyline weaves together events and concerns in the lat ...

                                               

The Europeans (film)

Europeans in 1979 British merchant ivory film, directed by James ivory, produced by Ismail merchant, and with a script by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, based on the novel by Henry Jamess the Europeans. It stars Lee Remick, Robin Ellis, Tim Woodward and L ...

                                               

The China Syndrome

The China syndrome is a 1979 American Thriller disaster film directed by James bridges and written by bridges, Mike gray, T. S. cook. It tells the story of a television reporter and her cameraman who discover pretexts of security at a nuclear pow ...

                                               

Xanadu (film)

Xanadu is a 1980 American musical fantasy film written Richard Christian Danus and Marc Reid Rubel and directed by Robert Greenwald. The film starred Olivia Newton-John, gene Kelly, Michael Beck, and music Newton-John, electric light orchestra, c ...

                                               

The Fairfax Millions

Fairfax millions-Soviet crime film 1980 Director Mykola Ilyinsky based on the novel by Alan Winningtons of the same name.

                                               

The Octagon (film)

The octagon is a 1980 action film starring Chuck Norris, Karen Carlson, Lee van Cleef. It was directed by Eric karson and written by Paul Aaron and Leah Chapman. The film involves a martial artist who must stop a group of terrorists trained in th ...

                                               

The Under-Gifted

Hubert Deschamps - Leon Jumaucourt. Maria Pacome - Lucie Jumaucourt. Catherine Erhardy - Jeanne Hamilton. Françoise Michaud: Caroline. (Франсуаза Мишо: Кэролайн) Daniel Auteuil - Baptiste "Bebel" Lavalle. Philippe Taccini - Julien Senquin. Michel ...

                                               

The Long Riders

The long riders is a 1980 American Western film directed by Walter hill. It was produced by James Keach, Stacy Keach and Tim You and the original soundtrack by ry Cooder. Cooder won best music award in 1980 from the Association of critics of Los ...

                                               

Fantomas (disambiguation)

Fantomas is a fictional character created by French writers Marcel Allen and Pierre Souvestre. Fantômas may also refer to: The film Fantomas 1932, directed by PAL Fejos. The band Fantomas, the avant-garde metal supergroup. The film Fantomas 1946 ...

                                               

The Actress, the Dollars and the Transylvanians

The actress, the dollars and the Transylvanians is a 1979 Romanian film Directed by Mircea Veroiu and created by Titus Popovici. He is the second in a trilogy of red westerns, which also includes the Prophet, the gold and the Transylvanians and t ...

                                               

Babek (film)

Babek is a 1979 film is made by Azerbaijanfilm, an Azerbaijani movie company, in the Soviet Union. Its Director was Eldar Guliyev and its writer Anvar Mamedkhanly. The film tells the story of Babak Khorramdin.

                                               

The Humanoid (1979 film)

Lumanoide, released internationally as the humanoid and humanoid, is a 1979 Italian science fiction film directed by Aldo Lado. The film has a lot of similarities with the original "Star wars", for example, such an opening text crawl detailing th ...

                                               

Tigers in Lipstick

Tigers in lipstick is a 1979 Italian Comedy Directed by Luigi Zampa, starring Ursula Andress, Laura Antonelli, Sylvia Kristel and Monica Vitti. It was Zampas final film. It is an anthology of 8 unrelated vignettes, each of which is associated wit ...

                                               

The Villain (1979 film)

The villain 1979 American Metrocolor Western Comedy Director: Hal Needham starring: kirk Douglas, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ann-Margret, Paul Lynde, foster Brooks, Strother Martin, Ruth Buzzi, Jack Elam, and Mel Tillis. This is a parody blend of Wes ...

                                               

Centaurs (film)

Centaurs is a political 1978 film directed by Vytautas Zhalakyavichus. The final part of "Latin American trilogy".

                                               

Ogro

In Operacion ogro is a 1979 Spanish and Italian drama film written and directed by gillo Pontecorvo. The film is based on real events in Spain in the early 1970-ies and is based on the eponymous book by Julen Agirre pseudonym of Eva forest. The f ...

                                               

Dead Mountaineer's Hotel (film)

Dead mountaineers hotel in 1979, Soviet Estonian film era directed by Grigori Kromanov and based on the novel dead mountaineers hotel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, who also wrote the script.

                                               

The Jerk

"Jerk" is an American Comedy film of 1979 directed by Carl Reiner and written by Steve Martin, Carl Gottlieb, and Michael Elias. It was Martins first starring role in a feature film. The film is also present Bernadette Peters, M. Emmet Walsh and ...

                                               

A Glass of Water (1979 film)

Glass of water 1979 Soviet historical melodramatic Comedy television film directed by Youli Karassik and 1840 based on the play of the same title by Eugene scribe, set in the court of Queen Anne in Britain in the early 18th century. The play was ...

                                               

Yanks

Yankees is a drama movie 1979 Directed by John Schlesinger starring: Richard Gere, Vanessa Redgrave, William Devane, Lisa Eichhorn and Tony melody. The film is set during world war II in Northern England and fight scenes. The film shows the relat ...

                                               

Violette Noziere

Violette Noziere 1978 French crime film directed by Claude Chabrol starring Isabelle Huppert and stéphane Audran. A movie based on a true French murder case in 1933, about eighteen-year-old girl named Violette and her encounters with a number of ...

                                               

Madame Rosa

Madame Rosa is a 1977 French drama film directed by Moshe Mizrahi, adapted from the novel by 1975, the life before us by Romain Gary. It plays Simone Signoret and Sami Ben Youb, and tells the story of an elderly Jewish woman and former prostitute ...

                                               

F.I.S.T.

F. I. S. T. In 1978 American drama film directed by Norman Jewison, starring Sylvester Stallone. Stallone plays a Cleveland warehouse worker who takes part in the Union leadership of the fictional "Federation of inter-state truckers". The film is ...

                                               

Magic

Magic may refer to: The magic of illusion, the art of appearing to perform supernatural. Magic in fiction in the genre of science fiction that uses the supernatural elements as a theme. Magic, the supernatural, a set of beliefs and practices, unl ...

                                               

Despair (film)

Despair is a 1978 film Directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder starring: Dirk bogarde, based on the novel of the same name by Vladimir Nabokov. He was entered in the Cannes film festival 1978. As in the novel, the tone of the film is Ironic. The plo ...

                                               

Felicity (film)

Felicity Robinson Annen Glory is a teenager, who is studying in a remote Roman Catholic Church, boarding school and who are looking for indulgence in popular erotic novels stories about Emmanuel and in the history of lesbian love with his girlfri ...

                                               

Trouble

Trouble rapper, born 1987, is an American rapper from Atlanta, Georgia. 1967-1990 trouble T Roy, hip-hop dancer with heavy D and the Boyz. Problemskeefe was born 1949, English composer, singer and musician. MK trouble 1970-1991, the first female ...

                                               

The White Ship (1976 film)

White ship-1976 Soviet drama film Director Bolotbek Shamshiyev. It was entered into the 26th Berlin international film festival.

                                               

Once a Thief

Once a thief may refer to: Once a thief 1996 movie, John woos own remake starring Nicholas Lea. Once a thief 1991 movie, in a John Woo movie from Hong Kong. Once a thief film in 1950, starring Cesar Romero and June havoc. Once a thief film in 196 ...

                                               

Harmony (disambiguation)

Harmony software, program music Visualizer. The toon boom harmony, the Toon boom animations. The technology of harmony is developed by RealNetworks, see Fairplay § RealNetworks and technology harmony. Apache harmony, the Java programming language ...

                                               

Cross of Iron

Cross of iron is a 1977 war film directed Sam Peckinpah, featuring James Coburn, Maximilian Schell, James Mason and David Warner. Set on the Eastern front in World War II during the Council of the Caucasus of the German operations against the Kub ...

                                               

Roseland (film)

The Roseland is a 1977 merchant ivory productions anthology film with a screenplay by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. It was Director James ivory and produced by Ismail merchant. The film consists of three short features connected: waltz, hustle and the Pe ...

                                               

Death of a President (1977 film)

Death of a President 1977 Polish drama film directed by Jerzy kawalerowicz. It was entered into the 28th Berlin international film festival, where it won the Silver bear for an outstanding artistic contribution. The film was also selected as the ...

                                               

Shock

Supply shock. (Шок предложения) The demand shock. (Спрос шоке) The shock of the economy, unpredictable event that affects the economy. Culture shock, in social psychology. Shock in popular psychology.

                                               

The Wind and the Lion

The wind and the lion 1975 American epic adventure war film written and directed by John Milius starring: Sean Connery, candice Bergen, Brian Keith, John Huston. Made the film and Metrocolor and produced herb Jaffe and Phil Rawlins, the film was ...

                                               

Regeneration (1915 film)

Regeneration is a 1915 American silent biographical crime drama co-written and directed by Raoul Walsh. The movie, which was the first feature film directed by Walsh, stars constant Fellowes and Anna Q. Nilsson and was adapted for the screen by C ...

                                               

El hombre de los hongos

The story unfolds in a family of wealthy landowners from the colonial era, which owns a sugar cane plantation on the edge of the jungle. While hunting in the forest, father, don Everardo, discovers a young black orphan by the river. He brings the ...

                                               

The Promised Land (1975 film)

The promised land 1975 Polish drama film directed by Andrzej Wajda based on the novel by władysław Reymont. Located in the industrial city of łódź, the promised Land tells the story of a pole, a German and a Jew trying to build a factory in the r ...

                                               

The Little Mermaid (1976 Russian film)

The little mermaid 1976 the Soviet fantasy film directed by Vladimir Bychkov on the fairy tale "the little Mermaid" by Hans Christian Andersen.

                                               

Sebastiane

Profile sebastiane in 1976 Latin-language British historical film of Derek Jarman and Paul Humfress and Jarman written, Humfress and James Whaley. It depicts events from the life of Saint Sebastian, including his iconic martyrdom by arrows. The f ...

                                               

Siberia (disambiguation)

1094 Siberia, an asteroid. Siberia, California, a disappeared town in the Mojave desert, California. Siberian Federal district, Federal district, Russia. Siberia, a continent craton located in the heart of the region of Siberia. Siberia, Indiana, ...

                                               

Tears (film)

Tears is a 2000 South Korean Director im sang-soo. It tells the story of 4 runaway teenagers in the u-Dong district of Seoul and their struggles to survive on the dangerous streets. Director im had the idea for this film before he directed his fi ...

                                               

Jaroslaw Dabrowski (film)

Stanislaw Niwinski Bronisław Szwarce. Malgorzata Potocka − Pelagia Dabrowska, area Yaroslava. Zygmunt Malanowicz − Yaroslav Dombrovsky. Vladimir Iwaszow − Andrii Potebnia. Ms. Stefan Schmidt − Walery Wroblewski. Andrzej Prus. (Анджей Прус) Victor ...

                                               

The Spiral Staircase (1946 film)

A spiral staircase is a 1946 American psychological horror film directed by Robert Siodmak and starring Dorothy McGuire, George Brent, and Ethel Barrymore. Taken from Ethel Lina whites novel by British screenwriter Mel more details, this is a sil ...

                                               

Footprints on the Moon (1975 film)

Alice centre for international political studies Florinda Bolkan begins to see his life fall apart due to strange memories from childhood when she was forced to watch a film called "Footprints on the moon" involving an unethical experiment in lea ...

                                               

Rollerball

Rollerball can refer to: Roller, brand of inline skates, which have spherical wheels. Rollerball 2002 film remake of the 1975 film. Roller video games, pinball-themed video game for the NES in 1988. Specifies the roller ball device, a trackball-d ...

                                               

Section speciale

Section Speciale is a 1975 French film, directed by Costa-Gavras and based on the book Laffaire de La section Special Herve Villere. It stars Louis Seigner, Roland Bertin, Michael Lonsdale, Ivo nearby, françois Maistre, Jacques Spiesser, Henri Se ...

                                               

The Ural Front

Ural front 1944 Soviet war film directed by Sergei Gerasimov, starring Tamara Makarova, Viktor Dobrovolsky, Sophia and Khalyutina. Movies sets was developed by art Director Ivan Stepanov. It was distributed in USA in 1945 Artkino pictures.

                                               

Vampire (disambiguation)

Vampire Buffy the vampire Slayer, the vampires in Buffy the vampire Slayer. Dungeons and dragons vampires In D&amp D. Marvel comics vampire, vampires in comics.

                                               

The Odessa File (film)

The Odessa file is a 1974 spy Thriller film, adapted from the novel of the same name by Frederick Forsyth, about the investigation into the journalists of the neo-Nazi political-industrial network in the period after world war II West Germany. Th ...

                                               

Martha (1974 film)

March is a film-drama 1974 made for TV German film Director Rainer Werner Fassbinder. It features Margit Carstensen in the title role with Karlheinz böhm as her abusive husband. This is one of the early Fassbinders films, influenced by the Americ ...

                                               

Nada (1974 film)

Nada is a Franco-Italian political Thriller Directed by Claude Chabrol released in 1974 and adapted from the Crime novel Nada by Jean-Patrick orientation. Inspired by the events of may 1968 in France, the film has been described as a social Thriller.

                                               

Creezy (film)

Creezy-1974 French film Directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre starring Alain Delon. It is based on the novel Creezy by félicien Marceau. He recorded a pass 801.704 in the French hire.

                                               

Steppenwolf (film)

Steppenwolf is a 1974 film adaptation of Hermann Hesses 1927 novel "Steppenwolf". The film made heavy use of visual special effects that were advanced at the time of its release. It tells about the adventures of a half-man, half-animal, man named ...

                                               

The Yakuza

The Yakuza is a 1975 neo-Noir drama film Directed Sydney Pollack starring: Robert Mitchum, Ken Takakura, Brian Keith. The script Paul Schrader and Robert Towne is from a story by Leonard Schrader. The film is about a retired American detective wh ...

                                               

Season of the Witch (1973 film)

Season of the witch is a 1973 American drama film by Director and screenwriter George A. Romero, starring Jan white, Raymond Laine, and Ann Muffly. Movie housewife in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, who will participate in witchcraft after meeting a l ...

                                               

Giordano Bruno (film)

Giordano Bruno is a 1973 Italian biographical-drama film Directed by Giuliano Montaldo. The film tells about the last years of the life of the philosopher Giordano Bruno from 1592 until his execution in 1600.

                                               

Jory (film)

Jory is a 1973 American Western film Director Jorge Fons starring Robby Benson in the title role. It was adapted from the 1969 novel of the same name by Milton R. bass.

                                               

Malicious (1973 film)

Malicious is an Italian Comedy. Original title Malizia is Italian for "malice". It was entered into the 23rd Berlin international film festival. For their performances Laura Antonelli Turi ferro and won the silver ribbon for best actress and best ...

                                               

A Doll's House (1973 Garland film)

Nora, the main character, is married to an authoritarian and control of Torvald Helmer. The couple has a fairly happy relationship until the last action and external forces cause Nora realizes that her situation may not be as idyllic as she thought.

                                               

Train (film)

In Eastern Europe a group of American College athletes unknowingly Board the train that will become one deadly ride. Students take part in a wrestling championship; they include Todd Derek Magyer and his girlfriend Alex Tora birch, Sheldon Kavan ...

                                               

Rugantino (film)

Will respond in a 1973 Italian Comedy directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile. It is based on the musical of the same name by Pietro Garinei and Sandro Giovannini.

                                               

L'udienza

Ugo Tognazzi - Aureliano Diaz. Irena Oberberg - Oberberg Irene Louise as. Sigelfrido Rossi. (Sigelfrido Росси) Vittorio Gassman - Principe Donata. Dante Cleri. (Данте Cleri) Attilio Pelegatti - as Attilio Pellegatti. Claudia Cardinale - Aysha. En ...

                                               

Tales from the Crypt (film)

Tales from the crypt is a British horror film directed Freddie Francis 1972. This anthology, consisting of five separate segments based on stories from the comics of the EU. It was produced by amicus productions and filmed at Shepperton studios, ...

                                               

The Birch Wood

Firewood from Birch in the 1970 Polish drama film directed by Andrzej Wajda based on the novel by Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz. It was entered into the 7th Moscow international film festival where Wajda won the Golden prize for direction and Daniel Olbr ...

                                               

Play It as It Lays (film)

Play it as it lies is an American dramatic film in 1972 Directed by Frank Perry written by Joan Didion and John Gregory Dunne based on the novel of the same name Didion. The film starred: tuesdy weld and Anthony Perkins, who previously starred to ...

                                               

The Cowboys

The cowboys is a 1972 American Western starring: John Wayne, Roscoe Lee Browne, slim Pickens, Colleen Dewhurst and Bruce Dern. Robert Carradine made his debut in films with his friend, child actor Stephen Hudis, as cowboys. It was filmed in vario ...

                                               

That Hamilton Woman

Lady Hamilton, also known as Lady Hamilton and the enchantress, in 1941 black-and-white historical film drama, produced and directed by Alexander Korda for his British company during his exile in the United States. Set during the Napoleonic wars, ...

                                               

Men (disambiguation)

People is plural of person for an adult. Men may also refer to: Men name. (Мужчин название) Magazine for men, magazine gay pornographic. "Male" song, in 1991 alone the Forester sisters. The mens series, an American television series 1989. Mensa c ...

                                               

Insult (film)

Insult in 1932 British drama film directed by Harry Lachman starring Elizabeth Allan, John Gielgud and Hugh Williams. It is an adaptation of the play by Jean Fabricus. This melodrama set in the French Foreign Legion in North Africa.

                                               

The Lost Letter (1972 film)

Lost letter-1972 Soviet musical-tragicomedy film by Dovzhenko film Studio in Kiev. The film is a pearl of Ukrainian cinema. The film is based on the novel the lost letter: a tale told by the Sexton of the Church N. N. Gogol from the cycle of Even ...

                                               

Siddhartha (1972 film)

Siddhartha is a American film of 1972, based on the novel of the same name Hesse, directed by Conrad Rooks. It was shot on location in Northern India, and features the work of noted cinematographer Sven Nykvist. In locations used for the film wer ...

                                               

Solaris

The magazine Solaris, the canadian sci-Fi journal. Solaris VII, a world in the fictional universe of BattleTech. Solaris comic book supervillain in the DC universe.

                                               

The Assassination of Trotsky

The assassination of Trotsky 1972 British drama film directed by Joseph losey with a screenplay Nicholas Mosley. It stars Richard Burton as Leon Trotsky, as well as Romy Schneider and Alain Delon.

                                               

Joe

"Joe", a song on the album to the faithful departed by the cranberries. Joe singer was born in 1973 as Joe Lewis Thomas, American singer, songwriter and music producer. "Joe" song object carpet. Joe FM values, any of several radio stations. "Joe" ...

                                               

Malpertuis (film)

Malpertuis is a 1971 Belgian fantasy horror film directed by Harry Kumel, based on the 1943 novel of the same name. He was selected for the official program and was presented "in competition" at the Cannes film festival in 1972. Flemish Directors ...

                                               

Le coppie

Le pairs is a 1970 Italian Comedy Director Mario Monicelli, Alberto Sordi and Vittorio De sica. It consists of three segments.

                                               

The Confession (1970 film)

Recognition in the 1970 French-Italian film directed by Costa-Gavras starring: Yves Montand and Simone Signoret. It is based on the true story of the Czechoslovak Communist committed left-wing Artur London, a defendant in the Slansky trial. Gavra ...

                                               

Woman's World (1967 film)

Womens world is a 1967 war film directed by Aleksei Saltykov. The film was a box office leader in the USSR in 1968, fourth place 49.6 million viewers.

                                               

The Cruise (1970 film)

Rejs, known in English as the cruise, is a Polish Comedy film released in 1970, directed by Marek Piwowski who also co-wrote the screenplay with Janusz glowacki. The score was composed by Wojciech Kilar. Rice is considered a masterpiece by many a ...

                                               

More (1969 film)

More English-language drama-Thriller film written and directed by Barbet Schroeder, in his feature film directorial debut, released in 1969. Starring: Mimsy Farmer, Klaus grünberg and it deals with heroin addiction as the drug craze in Ibiza, Spa ...

                                               

Double Face

Double face-1969 Thriller movie Director: Riccardo Freda starring Klaus Kinski, Christiane Kruger, and Annabella Incontrera. This is part of a series of adaptations of Edgar Wallace made the film Rialto. He was shot at Cinecittà in Rome and in Lo ...

                                               

Film director

The Director is person who directs the making of the film. The Director controls a films artistic and dramatic aspects and visualizes the script while conducting the technical crew and actors in fulfillment of this vision. The Director plays a ke ...

                                               

Ivanna (film)

The film is set in 1940. Ivanna Stavnichaya, daughter of Bishop Theodos, moves on to Lviv University, which opened after the establishment of Soviet power. However, the Secretary of the selection Committee, a hidden nationalist, declares to the g ...

                                               

The Illustrated Man (film)

The illustrated man 1969 American science fiction film directed by Jack smight and starring Rod Steiger as a man whose tattoos on his body represent the vision of a frightening future. The film is based on three short stories from the 1951 collec ...

                                               

The Molly Maguires (film)

Molly Maguires 1970 American historical drama film directed by Martin Ritt starring Richard Harris and Sean Connery. It is based on the novel 1964 Arthur H. Lewis. Established in the late 19th-century northeastern Pennsylvania, this social drama ...

                                               

Le Paria

Le Paria is a French action film from 1969. It was filmed directed by Claude Carliez, written by Claude rank, starring Jean Marais and Marie-josé NAT. The film was also known under the title diamond rush, Jacques buddy, to Lultimo.

                                               

A Walk with Love and Death

A walk with love and death 1969 Deluxe color romantic-drama film Directed by John Huston starring Anjelica Huston, Assi Dayan, Anthony Higgins, John Houston.

                                               

The Oblong Box (film)

Oblong box is a 1969 British horror film directed by Gordon Hessler, starring Vincent Price, Christopher Lee and Alister Williamson. It was the first movie to Star both price and Lee.

                                               

This Man Must Die

This man must die, American title the beast must die, 1969 in French and Italian psychological Thriller Director: Claude Chabrol. The story is based on the 1938 novel by Cecil day-Lewis, writing as Nicholas Blake the beast must die. The film had ...

                                               

Pigsty (film)

The pigsty is a 1969 Italian film, screenwriter and film Director pier Paolo Pasolini and starring Jean-Pierre Leaud, Marco Ferreri, Ugo Tognazzi, Pierre Clementi, Alberto Lionello, Franco Citti, and Anne Wiazemsky.

                                               

Serafino (film)

Serafino is a nature-boy who never attended school. He enjoys a simple life as a shepherd in the mountains of Italy, in the Abruzzo region. When it is called, but as soldiers and must serve to the big city, hes a trouble-maker and, ultimately, th ...

                                               

Bonivur's Heart

Bonivurs the heart is a four-part 1969 Soviet historical-revolutionary film about the establishment of Soviet power in the far East and Primorsky region Director mark eagles.

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