Goodbye, Boys

Goodbye, Boys (Russian: До свидания, мальчики!) is a 1964 Soviet drama film directed by Mikhail Kalik. The film was based on Boris Balter's short fiction Goodbye, Boys published in 1962.[1][2][3][4][5]

Goodbye, Boys
Russian: До свидания, мальчики!
Directed byMikhail Kalik
Written by
Starring
CinematographyLevan Paatashvili
Edited byLydia Kuznetsova
Music byMikael Tariverdiev
Production
company
CountrySoviet Union
LanguageRussian

PlotEdit

The film tells about the three boys who live in the seaside city, constantly looking at people who relax on the beach, talk about friendship, love and life in general, which will soon change dramatically with the onset of war.[6]

CastEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Gershenson, Olga (2013). The Phantom Holocaust: Soviet Cinema and Jewish Catastrophe. London: Routledge. p. 95. ISBN 9780813561820.
  2. ^ Goodbye, Boys! (1966) USSR rusfilm.pitt.edu
  3. ^ Остановись, мгновенье!
  4. ^ Вспоминая шестидесятников: в Белых Столбах прошел фестиваль архивного кино
  5. ^ Неравнодушная история: О фестивале архивного кино «Белые Столбы»
  6. ^ До свидания, мальчики
  7. ^ До свидания, мальчики! (1964) Full Cast & Crew

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