|Directed by||Aleksandr Muratov|
|Written by||Valentin Pikul (novel), Galina Muratova and Eduard Volodarsky (screenplay)|
|Music by||Aleksandr Mikhailov|
Moonzund (Russian: Моонзунд) is a 1987 Soviet war film by Aleksandr Muratov based on a novel with the same name by Valentin Pikul. The film's name is derived from the old name of West Estonian archipelago where the Battle of Moon Sound took place during World War I.
The action takes place in the years 1915-1917. Tells of the final period, the participation of the Russian fleet in the First World War to Baltic theater. Against this background, brightly illustrates the tragic collapse of the fleet in terms of nascent revolutionary events of 1917. The film characters - officers and sailors of the Baltic Fleet.
- Oleg Menshikov as Sergey Arten'ev
- Vladimir Gostyukhin as Semenchuk
- Lyudmila Nilskaya as Anna "Klara Georgievna" Revelskaya
- Nikolai Karachentsov as Von Knupfer
- Yury Belyayev as Kolchak
- Boris Klyuyev as Von Grapf
- Vija Artmane as Frau Milch
- Aleksei Buldakov as Portnyagin, sailor
- Vladimir Baranov as orderly Platov
- Yevgeniya Dobrovolskaya as Irina Artenyeva
- Yevgeniy Yevstigneyev as Nikolai Essen
- Sergei Garmash as Pavel Dybenko
- Vladimir Yeryomin as Leonid Deichman, Mechanical Engineer
- Vladimir Golovin as von Den
- Pyotr Shelokhonov as Andreev
- Victor Kostetskiy as commander of the cruiser "Rurik"
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