Five Evenings

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Five Evenings
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Directed byNikita Mikhalkov
Produced byWilly Geller
Written byAleksandr Adabashyan
Nikita Mikhalkov
Aleksandr Volodin (play)
StarringStanislav Lyubshin
Lyudmila Gurchenko
Music byEduard Artemyev
Yuliy Kim
CinematographyPavel Lebeshev
Edited byEleonora Praksina
Release date
Running time
108 minutes
CountrySoviet Union

Five Evenings (Russian: Пять вечеров, romanizedPyat vecherov) is a Soviet drama film by Nikita Mikhalkov in 1978 [1] based on the same name play by Aleksandr Volodin.[2]


Tamara lives with her nephew Slavik, whose mother died in the war. Tamara herself works as a master at the factory, she is a member of the party, not married. Ilyin says that he works as chief engineer at a chemical plant in Podgorsk. He remains with Tamara, and soon meets Slavik. During the conversation, in response to Slavik's ironic recall of Tamara, Ilyin warns Slavik that he will not allow unkind words about her.




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