Girl No. 217
|Girl No. 217|
|Directed by||Mikhail Romm|
|Written by||Mikhail Romm|
|Music by||Aram Khachaturian|
An anti-Nazi film, it depicted a Russian girl enslaved to an inhuman German family. She is even robbed of her name and forced to answer to "No. 217". Subplots depict abuse directed at other POWs. This reflected the use by Nazis of OST-Arbeiter as slave labour, including as family servants.
- Yelena Kuzmina as Tanya Krylova - Nr. 217
- Vladimir Balashov as Max Krauss
- Tatyana Barysheva as Greta Krauss
- Heinrich Greif as Kurt Kahger
- Anastasiya Lissianskaya as Klava Vasilyeva
- Grigory Mikhaylov as Prisoner Nr. 225
- Lidiya Sukharevskaya as Lotta Krauss
- Peter Suthanov as Rudolph Peschke
- Vasili Zajchikov as Scientist
- "Festival de Cannes: Girl No. 217". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 1 October 2016.
- Jay Leyda (1960). Kino: A History of the Russian and Soviet Film. George Allen & Unwin. p. 379.
- Anthony Rhodes, Propaganda: The art of persuasion: World War II, p219 1976, Chelsea House Publishers, New York
- "Girl No. 217"
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