A Weary Road

A Weary Road (Russian: Долгий путь, romanizedDolgiy put) is a 1956 Soviet drama film directed by Leonid Gaidai[1][2] and Valentin Nevzorov.[3] Filmed on the motives of Vladimir Korolenko's Siberian stories.[4]

A Weary Road
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Russian: Долгий путь
Directed by
Produced byDmitry Zalbstein
Written by
Starring
Music byYury Biryukov
CinematographySergei Poluyanov
Edited byEva Ladyzhenskaya
Production
company
Release date
1956
Running time
80 min.
CountrySoviet Union
LanguageRussian

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The stationmaster Kruglikov fired at his boss, who wanted him to go along with him as a matchmaker to the supervisor's friend, Raissa, and as a result he was sent to a settlement in Siberia. And suddenly a political exile arrives at the station, which turns out to be the same Raissa.[5]

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