Ekaterina Voronina (film)

Ekaterina Voronina (Russian: Екатерина Воронина) is a 1957[2] Soviet drama film directed by Isidor Annensky.[3]

Ekaterina Voronina
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Russian: Екатерина Воронина
Directed byIsidor Annensky
Written byAnatoli Rybakov
Produced byLev Durasov
CinematographyIgor Shatrov
Edited byKsenia Blinova
Music byLev Shvarts
Release date
Running time
97 min
CountrySoviet Union


Katya Voronina, devoid of maternal upbringing, grew into an uncompromising girl. At the beginning of the war, she voluntarily went to work at the hospital. After the war, she received an education and became an engineer and the head of the river port, but she did not have a relationship with the head of the shipping company. And so, he is fired, and Katya realizes that he was her closest person.[4]



Isidor Annensky's film was watched by 27.8 million Soviet viewers, which is 473 results for the entire history of Soviet cinematography.[9]


  1. ^ Искусство кино
  2. ^ В каких картинах снимался Нижний Новгород [Which films were filmed in Nizhny Novgorod] (in Russian). 7 February 2018. Retrieved 15 October 2019.
  3. ^ Советскую ленту «Екатерина Воронина» покажут на большом экране в Лефортове [Soviet reel "Ekaterina Voronina" will be shown in Lefortovo] (in Russian). 15 August 2017. Retrieved 15 October 2019.
  4. ^ Екатерина Воронина Retrieved 15 October 2019.
  5. ^ Svetlana Mazurova (24 December 2013). Людмила Хитяева: «Кого мне играть сегодня? Маму киллера?» [Lyudmila Khityaeva: Whom should I play today? Mother of a killer?]. Izvestia. Retrieved 15 October 2019.
  6. ^ Юбилей народной артистки в Омске отметят кинопоказами с ее участием [The anniversary of the national artist in Omsk will be celebrated with film screenings with her participation]. 9 August 2010. Retrieved 15 October 2019.
  7. ^ Исидор Анненский. Книга «В театре и кино», глава «Екатерина Воронина» Retrieved 15 October 2015.
  8. ^ Екатерина Воронина (1957) Full Cast & Crew
  9. ^ СССР: Самые кассовые фильмы Retrieved 15 October 2015.

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