Wartime Romance

Wartime Romance (Russian: Военно-полевой роман, romanized: Voenno-polevoy roman) is a 1983 Soviet film directed by Pyotr Todorovsky. It tells the story of a soldier and a nurse separated by World War II and briefly reunited in 1950.[1]

Wartime Romance
(Военно-полевой роман)
Directed byPyotr Todorovsky
Written byPyotr Todorovsky
StarringNikolai Burlyayev
Natalya Andrejchenko
Inna Churikova
Music byPyotr Todorovsky
Igor Kantyukov
CinematographyValery Blinov
Production
company
Release date
  • 1983 (1983)
Running time
92 minutes
CountrySoviet Union
LanguageRussian

Plot

Sasha is a former Red Army soldier married to a teacher and attending a university. He also works as a motion picture operator at a local theatre. One winter day he meets a gruffish woman street vendor with a child. Sasha recognizes her to be Lyuba, a former military nurse he worshipped during the war. He starts dating her and looking after her child. After learning about their affair, Sasha's wife invites Lyuba to their kommunalka and throws a little party for the lovers.

Sasha proves to be too mild-mannered to keep Lyuba under control once she regained her former beauty and self-esteem. She starts a relationship with a local Communist party official. Sasha eventually comes to understand that Lyuba is not the ideal woman he once thought her to be. He is reunited with his patient wife.

Cast

Awards and nominations

See also

References

  1. Anna Lawton Kinoglasnost: Soviet Cinema in Our Time 1992 0521388147 p.42 "Quite different in tone are the films of Pyotr Todorovsky, Waiting for Love (1983) and A Wartime Romance (1984). These are delightfully unpretentious comedies, ..."
  2. "The 57th Academy Awards (1985) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved 2013-10-30.
  3. "Berlinale: 1984 Prize Winners". berlinale.de. Retrieved 2011-01-06.
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