FORTY-FIRST

FEATURE NARRATIVE 88 Minutes North American Premiere Revival Premiere
FILM GUIDE FORTY-FIRST
One of the first major films of the post-Stalinist thaw and a 1957 Cannes award-winner, The Forty-First's remarkable power stems largely from the stunning camerawork of Sergei Urusevsky (The Cranes Are Flying, I Am Cuba), who creates a timeless landscape of sand, water, and sky for an unexpected love story between a female Red Army sniper and a White Army officer.
Drama

Film Info
  • Year:
    1956
  • Length:
    88 minutes
  • Language:
    Russian
  • Country:
  • Premiere:
    North American Premiere Revival