Five Evenings
Pyat vecherov
Russia, 1979, 103 minutes, SD
Five Evenings Synopsis

Tamara and Sasha were separated during the war. Now (1957) Sasha is visiting Moscow for five days and by chance recognizes the house where Tamara used to live. She is still living there with her nephew Slava.

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Reviewed by nikkareyes
One of the earlier films of acclaimed Russian director Nikita Mikhalkov, who won an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film for the 1994 film "Burnt by the Sun".  This... more
One of the earlier films of acclaimed Russian director Nikita Mikhalkov, who won an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film for the 1994 film "Burnt by the Sun".  This movie that tackles interrupted love and unfulfilled happiness shows much promise plus balanced with outstanding acting portrayals of the actors. Editing and cinematography are quite impressive and one of the actors in this movie, Stanislav Lyubshin was chosen as Best Actor at the Valladolid International Film Festival. 
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Reviewed by edwinjamescalin
The black and white scenes are impressive and although most of the scenes take place indoors the viewers won't hardly notice because attention is mostly drawn to the actors. This... more
The black and white scenes are impressive and although most of the scenes take place indoors the viewers won't hardly notice because attention is mostly drawn to the actors. This adaptation of the Bolodin 1958 play with the same title has its simple charms along with commendable acting performances especially by lead actress Lyudmila Gurchenko who plays the role of Tamara. 
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  • poignant film on reminiscings and wild imaginings. highly relatable for most of us!

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