Going Inside a Storm
|Going Inside a Storm|
|Directed by||Sergei Mikaelyan|
|Written by||Daniil Granin|
|Music by||Vladlen Chistyakov|
Going Inside a Storm (Russian: Иду на грозу, romanized: Idu na grozu) is a 1966 Soviet drama film directed by Sergei Mikaelyan. It was based on the novel by Daniil Granin, who also wrote a screenplay together with Mikaelyan.
Protagonists, Sergei Krylov (Aleksandr Belyavskiy) and Oleg Tulin (Vasili Lanovoy), are promising young physicists in the field of thunderstorms. They dream of weather control. But later their ways in science parted - Oleg is ready to tradeoff his standpoints for personal success, but Sergei knows that the truth is more critical.
- Aleksandr Belyavskiy as Sergei Krylov
- Vasili Lanovoy as Oleg Tulin
- Rostislav Plyatt as Dankevich
- Mikhail Astangov as Golitsin
- Zhanna Prokhorenko as Lena
- Viktoriya Lepko as Zhenya
- Anatoli Papanov as Anykeyev
- Yevgeni Lebedev as Agatov
- Lev Prygunov as Richard
- Leonid Dyachkov as Poltavskiy
- Iosif Konopatsky as Savushkin
- Fyodor Korchagin as Lagunov
- Anatoli Abramov
- Pavel Luspekayev
- Vladimir Treshchalov as Lena's husband
In 1987 Bulat Mansurov directed a color television version of this film, released by Mosfilm under the name Defeat (Russian: Поражение, romanized: Porajenie) in 4 series. Total runtime - 362 min. Starring - Igor Volkov, Andrey Teneta, Vasily Lanovoy, Pavel Kadochnikov, Tatiana Plotnikova, Irina Klimova, Leonid Kuravlyov, Olga Kabo, Lev Prygunov.
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