Tomorrow was the War (DVD-NTSC)
Based upon the title story by the classic of the national literature Boris Vasilyev (“The Dawns Here Are Quiet”, “Officers”), this film recreates with an amazing authenticity the atmosphere of the 1930s-1940s Soviet Union, which stirs at once the feelings of admiration and horror, and, thus, mesmerizes and entices…

The year is 1940. A small provincial town. A 9-year schoolgirl, Vika Lyuberetskaya, recites poems by the “banned” poet Sergey Yesenin. Soon her father is arrested as “an enemy of the people”. The girl gets hunted at school after that, and she commits suicide. And tomorrow the war starts and almost all of yesterday’s schoolchildren are to die in its fire…

The film’s soundtrack includes music of the 1930s and works by Antonio Vivaldi.

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