Time for Rest from Saturday to Monday

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Time for Rest from Saturday to Monday
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Directed by Igor Talankin
Written byIgor Talankin
Produced byYefim Golynsky
Starring Alla Demidova
Vladislav Strzhelchik
Aleksey Batalov
Cinematography Georgy Rerberg
Pavel Lebeshev
Music by Vasily Shumov
Aleksey Loktev
Release date
  • 26 November 1984 (1984-11-26)
Running time
90 minutes
Country Soviet Union
Language Russian

Time for Rest from Saturday to Monday (Russian : Время отдыха с субботы до понедельника, romanized: Vremya otdykha s subboty do ponedelnika) is a 1984 romantic drama directed by Igor Talankin and based on the story of Yuri Nagibin Patience [1] [2] with the music group Center , whose members also stars in the film. [3]



A married couple with two grown children goes on a cruise ship Dmitry Furmanov from LeningradValaamLeningrad. During a tour of the island of Valaam.

During a tour of the island of Valaam wife quarrel and Anna goes to a former monastery, where persons with disabilities live. In one of them, a legless boatman to his own surprise, Anna learns another youth, Pavel, whom she thought she loved all my life, waiting for a meeting with him, as they suddenly broke up during the Great Patriotic War. But Paul is not happy meeting, and Anna returns to her husband on the boat.


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