Other People's Letters Trailer

Other People's Letters Trailer (1975)

16 December 1975 Drama 89 mins

Zina is sixteen. She is a manipulative schoolgirl living in a small Russian town among sincere and simple people. Zina is nice on the surface, but so unable to enjoy normal life, that she is desperately trying to hurt someone. She tries to seduce and compromise a handsome young man, but he is smart enough to see through her and escapes from her trap. Zina manipulates her classmates so she looks like a victim. Now Zina's teacher, Vera, a sweet and loving lady, takes care of her trying to save the troubled girl, but in return, Zina becomes extremely crafty to hurt the teacher.

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Irina Kupchenko

as Vera Ivanovna

Svetlana Smirnova

as Zina Begunkova

Oleg Yankovskiy

as Priachin

Zinaida Sharko

as Angelina Grigoryevna

Maya Bulgakova

as Zina's mother

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

United Arab Emirates 11 November 1975

Russia 16 December 1975

United States 20 December 1975

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