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War and Peace


Sergey Bondarchuk, Ludmila Savelyeva, Vyacheslav Tikhonov, Oleg Efremov View All


Sergey Bondarchuk (Screenplay), Sergey Bondarchuk (Director), Vasili Solovyov (Screenplay) View All

Release: Mar. 14th, 1966
Runtime: 7 hours, 2 minutes
A seven-hour epic adaptation of the novel by Leo Tolstoy. The love story of young Countess Natasha Rostova and Count Pierre Bezukhov is interwoven with the Great Patriotic War of 1812 against Napoleon's invading army.
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mark f
As enormous as much of the film is, it never strays too far from the story of its three central characters: Natasha (Lyudmila Savelyeva), a young, highly-emotional girl who feels strongly for her first love; Prince Andrei (Vyacheslav Tikhonov) who proposes to her but reneges when she acts foolishly;....
Near the end of the battle at Borodino, theres an image of Napoleon sitting down on a chair not unlike one used by a director during filming as he observes a vast formation of his men moving across the landscape, and in this moment he comes as much a stand-in for Bondarchuk as the character the dire....


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