The Wind (1959 film)

The Wind (Russian: Ветер) is a 1959 Soviet drama film directed by Aleksandr Alov and Vladimir Naumov.[1][2]

The Wind
Russian: Ветер
Directed by
Written by
CinematographyFyodor Dobronravov
Edited byYeva Ladyzhenskaya
Music byNikolay Karetnikov
CountrySoviet Union


The film takes place during the civil war in a small town located in the south of Russia, which was captured by the White Guards. The film tells about a group of guys who decide to participate in the first Congress of the Union of Workers and Peasants Youth, held in Moscow. They have a long and difficult road ahead...[3]



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