White Dew (film)

White Dew (Russian: Белые Росы, romanized: Belye rosy) is a Soviet 1983 comedy film directed by Igor Dobrolyubov.[1][2]

White Dew
Directed byIgor Dobrolyubov
Written byAleksei Dudarev
StarringVsevolod Sanayev
Nikolai Karachentsov
Mikhail Kokshenov
Gennady Garbuk
Boris Novikov
Music byYan Frenkel
CinematographyGrigoriy Masalskiy
Production
company
Release date
  • 1983 (1983)
Running time
84 minutes
CountrySoviet Union
LanguageRussian

It was chosen as comedy of the year by Soviet Screen.[3]

Plot

A small Belarusian village White Dew is becoming absorbed into a big town. In it lives an honored and respected man Fedos Khodas (Vsevolod Sanaev). He has long been a widower, and his three sons have grown up. Fedos is worried about them. Senior Andrew (Gennady Garbuk) is a solid man but too calculating. Merry Vaska (Nikolai Karachentsov) may lose his family because his wife Marousia (Galina Polskikh) was meeting with her ex-lover in his absence. Middle one – Sasha (Michael Kakshonav), went to the Kuril Islands, and for 15 years was not at home. Events unfold in the background concerning the village characters and their resettlement in the city apartments.

Cast

Lead roles

Supporting roles

References

White Dew on IMDb

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