Going Inside a Storm

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Going Inside a Storm
Going Inside a Storm.jpg
Directed bySergei Mikaelyan
Written byDaniil Granin
Sergei Mikaelyan
StarringAleksandr Belyavskiy
Vasili Lanovoy
Rostislav Plyatt
Mikhail Astangov
Zhanna Prokhorenko
Viktoriya Lepko
CinematographyOleg Kukhovarenko
Music byVladlen Chistyakov
Release date
  • 1966 (1966)
Running time
149 minutes
CountrySoviet Union

Going Inside a Storm (Russian: Иду на грозу, romanizedIdu 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.

Plot summary[edit]

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.


Television version[edit]

In 1987 Bulat Mansurov directed a color television version of this film, released by Mosfilm under the name Defeat (Russian: Поражение, romanizedPorajenie) 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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