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"The Cranes Are Flying" is a Soviet film about World War II. It depicts the cruelty of war and the damage suffered to the Soviet psyche as a result of World War II. It was directed at Mosfilm by the Georgian-born Soviet director Mikhail Kalatozov in 1957 and stars Aleksey Batalov and Tatiana Samoilova. It won the Palme d'Or at the 1958 Cannes Film Festival, the only Soviet film to win that award, although The Turning Point was one of eleven films awarded that year's Grand Prix, the predecessor of the Palme d'Or.


"The cranes are flying" is a book by Josephine Woll.

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Google previewWorld Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre (2013)

Volume 1: Europe by Peter Nagy, Phillippe Rouyer, Don Rubin

Letyat Zhuravli (The Cranes are Flying, 1970) and Sovremennaya Pastoral (The Modern Pastorale, 1985) by Arkady Nesterov (b.

Google previewA Dictionary of Film Studies (2012)

by Annette Kuhn, Guy Westwell

Revisionist war films such as Letyat zhuravli/The Cranes Are Flying (Mikhail Kalatozov, 1957), winner of the Palme D'Or at Cannes; and Ballada o soldate/ The Ballad of a Soldier (Grigori Chukhrai, 1959) eschewed propagandist tropes in ...

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