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At Home Among Strangers, a Stranger Among his own (DVD NTSC)

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Studio(s): Ruscico, MosFilm
DVD Region: ALL

Theatrical release: 1974
DVD release: 2000
Sound format(s): Dolby Digital 5.1
Language(s): Russian, English, French
Subtitles: French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Arabic, Hebrew, Chinese, Japanese, English, German, Russian
Format: 4:3
Genre(s): Action, Russian Civil War

An unenviable lot fell to the Red Army soldier Shilov: he is being suspected of stealing gold. In the hungry 1920s, the young Soviet Republic’s government searches for gold all over the country, to buy for it bread from abroad. And now, the collected valuables disappeared from the armored and well-guarded train car on their way to Moscow. Shilov learns that the valuables have been stolen by the bandits. To restore his good reputation, Shilov has to infiltrate the band. To find out where the stolen gold is kept, he must be at home among the strangers. A debut of the world-famous director Nikita Mikhalkov, this film is an excellent model of a "western", having a very ingenious plot, and, most importantly, being a hymn to men’s true friendship.

Special Freatures:
Pictures and filmography of the film’s authors; Candids from the shooting ground; An interview with the director of photography P. Lebeshev and a leading actor S. Shakurov; Teasers of the films coming next.

Director:
Nikita Mikhalkov

Script:
Eduard Volodarskij, Nikita Mikhalkov

Camera:
Pavel Lebeshev

Music:
Eduard Artem'ev

Cast:
Anatolij Solonitsyn, Aleksandr Kajdanovskij, Nikolaj Pastukhov, Nikita Mikhalkov, Aleksandr Porokhovcshikov, Yurij Bogatyrev, Aleksandr Kalyagin, Sergej Shakurov, Nikolaj Zasukhin, Konstantin Rajkin

Art Director:
Aleksandr Adabash'yan