The best Soviet science fiction movie. Third round
The third stage of the audience voting for the best film in the genre of science fiction, filmed during Soviet times. In this tour of the film adaptation of Vladimir Obruchev, Mikhail Bulgakov, Cyrus Bulychev and Jules Verne and other films
I recall the conditions. 80 films take part in the competition (the list is based on readers' requests in a preliminary post-survey). Since many of you last watched these films for a very long time (and maybe some have not seen at all), all candidates for participation are provided with a movie with a film, so that you can, if you wish, review, and maybe some for the first time. Therefore, only 10 films will take part in each round - otherwise the post is too heavy. Well, at the end of the qualifying rounds, films with the maximum number of votes will participate in the final vote.
In the first round, while leading the "Mystery of two oceans" and "Planet of Storms", in the second - "Amphibian Man" and "Solaris" Tarkovsky
Well, I present to you the participants of the third round:
Fantastic film of 1967, some of the main points of which are repeated by the Strugatsky brothers in the novel “Roadside Picnic”
A feature film filmed in 1972-1973 based on the sci-fi novel of the same name by Vladimir Obruchev and directed by Albert Mkrtchyan and Leonid Popov
To be fair, it should be noted that there is not much left of Obruchev in the film - the idea itself: an unknown warm land among the ices that needs to be discovered
Ivan Vasilyevich is changing his profession
A comedy film, shot in 1973 by director Leonid Gaidai based on the play by Mikhail Bulgakov "Ivan Vasilyevich"
This film is included in the ratings of the best comedy films, but everything is honest: the fantastic component is the Time Machine and Time Travel - it is in a central place
The silence of Dr. Ivens
Feature film directed by Budimir Metalnikov, filmed in 1973 about a scientist in contact with an extraterrestrial civilization, dealing with the problem of extending human life
Moscow-Cassiopeia / The Lost Girls in the Universe
In fact - these are two films, but rather they should be considered as a two-part film. They had a single scenario, but when the volume of the footage exceeded the standard timekeeping, it was decided to divide it into two films. Dilogy about traveling students in space on the starship "Zarya" and their participation in the liberation of the inhabitants of the planet from a distant star system from rebel robots with artificial intelligence (and before the "Terminator" another 10 years) put by Richard Viktorov according to the script of Abner Zack and Isai Kuznetsov in 1973 -1974 years
This fun planet
Musical fiction comedy by Yuri Saakov about how aliens flew to Earth and got to celebrate the New Year in one of the Soviet research organizations, filmed in 1973
Mr. McKinley's Flight
A two-part feature film directed by Mikhail Schweitzer, shot in 1975 according to a script by Leonid Leonov about a small man who does not dare to lead children because of fear of a nuclear catastrophe and who decides to escape into the future by immersing in a very long sleep
Big space travel
Children's adventure film,staged in 1974 by Valentin Selivov based on the play by Sergei Mikhalkov "The first three, or the Year 2001 ..." about the falsified flight of schoolchildren on the spacecraft "Astra"
Three-part television feature film based on the novels of Jules Verne's "20,000 li under water" and "Steam House", filmed in 1975 by Vasily Levin
Throw, or It all started on Saturday
The feature film directed by Serik Raibayev, based on the story of Kira Bulychev "The ability to throw the ball" in 1976
Go to the vote.
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