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Dead Man's Letters

Cast

Rolan Bykov, Iosif Ryklin, Aleksandr Sabinin, Nora Gryakalova View All


Crew

Konstantin Lopushansky (Director), Konstantin Lopushansky (Writer), Boris Strugatskiy (Writer), Vyacheslav Rybakov (Writer) View All

Release: Dec. 12th, 1986
Runtime: 1 hour, 23 minutes
In a world after the nuclear apocalypse a scholar helps a small group of children and adults survive, staying with them in the basement of the former museum of history. In his mind he writes letters to his son ó though it is obvious that they will never be read.
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