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Ivan's Childhood (DVD NTSC)

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

Theatrical release: 1962
DVD release: 2003
Language(s): Russian, French
Subtitles: French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Arabic, Hebrew, Chinese, Japanese, English, German, Russian
Format: 4:3, Black & White
Genre(s): Drama, World War II

The first full-length feature film by the great Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky. It caused a popular sensation in cinema world. The film was highly praised by the great 20th-century French writer Jean-Paul Sartre. It got various comments from prominent international cultural figures who admitted that the world had not yet seen such a powerful motion picture about war.

The 12-year-old Ivan’s childhood ended the day the Fascists shot his mother and sister right before his eyes. Ivan’s father was killed in the war. The orphaned boy joins an army detachment, becoming an elusive scout. Risking his life, he brings to his commanders invaluable information about the enemy. But one day he does not come back from his mission...

Awards: St. Mark’s Golden Lion at the Venice IFF, 1962; Golden Gate Prize for Best Director at the San Francisco IFF, 1963; Special Diploma at the Karlovy Vary IFF, 1970

Special Freatures: Documentary "Children of War"; Interviews with the composer V. Ovchinnikov, cameraman V. Yusov, actor E. Zharikov; Photo album; Filmographies; Coming on DVD.

Director:
Andrej Tarkovskij

Script:
Vladimir Bogomolov, Mikhail Papava

Camera:
Vadim Yusov

Music:
Vyacheslav Ovchinnikov

Cast:
Andrej Mikhalkov-Konchalovskij, Nikolaj Burlyaev, Stepan Krylov, Nikolaj Grin'ko, Evgenij Zharikov, Valentin Zubkov, Dmitrij Milyutenko, Irina Tarkovskaya, Ivan Savkin, Vladimir Marenkov, Valentina Malyavina

Art Director:
Evgenij Chernyaev

Sound producer:
Inna Zelentsova