Looking for a Man

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Looking for a Man
Russian: Ищу человека
Directed by Mikhail Bogin
Produced byAlexander Budkevich
Written by Agniya Barto
Starring
Music by Yevgeny Krylatov
CinematographySergey Filippov
Edited byMaria Rodionova
Production
company
Release date
  • 3 August 1973 (1973-08-03)
Running time
97 min.
Country Soviet Union
LanguageRussian

Looking for a Man (Russian : Ищу человека, romanized: Ishchu cheloveka) is a 1973 Soviet drama film directed by Mikhail Bogin. [1] [2] [3]

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Plot

The film is based on true stories about separation and meetings, about the search for loved ones, which continued many years after the Second World War. [4] [5]

Cast

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