Takeoff (film)

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For the 2009 South Korean film, see Take Off (film).
Directed by Savva Kulish
Release dates
  • 1979 (1979)
Running time
139 minutes
Country Soviet Union
Language Russian

Take-Off (Russian: Взлёт, Vzlyot) is a 1979 Soviet drama film directed by Savva Kulish based on a screenplay by Oleg Osetinsky. Produced by Mosfilm. Runtime 139 min. Mono. USA theatrical distribution by International Film Exchange (IFEX, 1982, subtitled). It was narrated by Sergei Bondarchuk.

Composer - Oleg Karavajchuk, sound by Vladimir Mazurov. Cinematography by Vladimir Klimov. Editor - Roza Rogatkina. Production by Vladimir Aronin.

Savva Kulish was nominated for this film at the 11th Moscow International Film Festival, winning the Silver Prize.[1]


Stunt departament: Aleksandr Inshakov, Tadeush Kasyanov, Andrei Nikolayev, K. Feklin, S. Kharmandzhayev, A. Massarsky, V. Nikitin, A. Yanovsky


  1. ^ "11th Moscow International Film Festival (1979)". MIFF. Retrieved 2013-01-17. 

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