Lev Kulidzhanov

Most Popular Lev Kulidzhanov Trailers

Total trailers found: 6

When the Trees Were Tall Trailer (1961)

25 December 1961

The story of a man who routinely dodges all responsibility, bemoans fate, spends his days boozing, and refuses to work.

The House I Live In Trailer (1957)

06 June 1957

Set in the years prior to and during World War II, the story centers on the various residents of a co-op house.

Crime and Punishment Trailer (1970)

28 September 1970

Raskolnikov, an impoverished ex-law student, kills an old pawnbroker and her sister, perhaps for money, perhaps to prove a theory about being above the law.

Parental House Trailer (1959)

25 April 1959

A young girl thought to be orphaned during WW II is adopted by a wealthy urban family. When the girl finds that her mother is alive and living on a farm, she sets off to visit her.

The Lost Photography Trailer (1959)

20 December 1959

A young boy from Prague is trying to find a Soviet soldier from the old 1945 picture.

A Home for Tanya Trailer (1959)

01 May 1959

In this Soviet propagandist drama, a young girl thought to be orphaned during WW II is adopted by a wealthy urban family.