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All Remains to People

  (Redirected from Vsyo ostayotsya lyudyam)

All Remains to People (Russian: Всё остаётся людям, translit. Vsyo ostayotsya lyudyam) is a 1963 Soviet drama film directed by Georgy Natanson. Based on the eponymous play Samuil Alyoshin.[1]

All Remains to People
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Directed byGeorgy Natanson
Written bySamuil Alyoshin
StarringNikolai Cherkasov
Sophia Pilyavskaya
Andrei Popov
Elina Bystritskaya
Igor Ozerov
Music byVladlen Chistyakov
CinematographySergei Ivanov
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Release date
  • 1963 (1963)
Running time
100 minutes
CountryUSSR
LanguageRussian

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Renowned scientist Dronov works in Novosibirsk on the creation of ultra-modern engine. He has a bad heart, he was afraid not to have time to finish the job, and test engine at a factory in Moscow, unfortunately, is not the first time passes unsuccessfully. Dronov abandons the rest of the work, even the leadership of the Institute entrusts to his disciple Morozov.

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