War & Peace Pt 2: Natasha Rostova

    War & Peace Pt 2: Natasha Rostova

    1968. War drama by Sergei Bondarchuk. Russia. 1h13m.
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    Orig. title: Voyna i mir (Russian)Part 1: Andrei Bolkonsky Young Natasha is a child dreaming of romantic affairs. Frequent guest Pierre Bezukhov (Sergei Bondarchuk, the director) takes a serious liking to her, while Russia allies with Austria against Napoleon.

    Part 2: Natasha Rostova Natasha's peacetime love affairs, with Andrei & Kuraghin.

    Part 3: 1812 Napoleon undertakes a new invasion of Russia, and Andrei once again takes up his sword; includes the Battle of Borodino.

    Part 4: Pierre Bezukhov Millions become refugees, as the Russians abandon Moscow and burn their fields behind them.

    Lyudmila Savelyeva
    Vyacheslav Tikhonov
    Gennadi Ivanov
    Irina Gubanova
    Antonina Shuranova
    Sergei Bondarchuk
    N. Afrikyants
    V. Alakhverdova
    Rodion Aleksandrov
    Igor Alekseyev

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