"The Belarusian Railway Station" Movie Review Essay & Film Analysis

Moscow. 1970. At the funeral of a friend met four fellow soldiers. The last time they met in a distant 46th. It took more than 25 years ...
What do they tell each other? Life has changed, much gone forever ... Someone went to Kaliningrad, who lives in Moscow, someone got a director and someone who works as a mechanic simple. But they all remember how together fought against the German army, the earth breathed in the trenches and were machine-gun fire from burning buildings downtrodden towns ... And now good: a peaceful stroll through the streets of young families, smoke a pipe factory, nobody looks at the sky with fear that is about to drop a bomb.
Heroes E. Leonov, A. Papanova, Safonov and A. Glazyrina, outstanding Soviet actors who suddenly find themselves together again, but in a different, peaceful Moscow. One of the major conflicts of the film:. Collision with the younger generation of soldiers
would seem that those who were born after the war, need to appreciate every moment of peace, but that here and there emerges a different attitude to life. Here we have a young waitress in a restaurant: it seemed to be polite, but the answer to the question of men 'Is there any alcohol here' defiance, even rude. They say, 'come here all sorts in our clean, neat zavedenitse'. And the behavior of a young man and did shock: not only did he refuse to take to the hospital dying Man, so also dare to raise a hand to an elderly veteran in the face of the hero A. Papanova! Yes, the connection being disrupted. But then all at once it falls into place: a powerful blow of the former front-line soldier - and a arrogant young man already lying on the pavement, red with anger. Old school, what to say!
short dialogue about contemporary mores, life, interspersed with memories of those bloody days, when every moment was fraught with death. The company has spent the night in the cell detention center after a fight with a young driver, on the initiative of Ivan (Yevgeny Leonov) is sent to the battalion nurse Rae (Nina Urgant) to relax after a long day in Moscow and once again remember the years of the military youth. And now, cry at the news of the death of their wartime buddy Matveeva, Paradise performs the song 'We need one win' written Okudzhava (both words and music) for this film. The song is quite amazing: and not even because after the film, she gained unprecedented popularity, but because it is so skillfully and successfully fit into the overall picture of the film, so subtly reflects the mood of both characters and audience, that tears were welling in her eyes. Rai's voice trembles: it is both sings and weeps, and the guitar sound louder and louder. Friends sing along with it, because it is their common front songs, helps to live, and to keep faith in the victory
'Belorussky Railway Station' -. This is a picture that reflects the contradictions of the postwar period, tells the story of how former soldiers adapt to civilian life than they live what they think, what their goals and plans. No, they have not appeared on the sidelines of life, just for them in this world, much is not clear: do not understand the arrogance of the young, do not understand the thirst for easy money, other values, other customs. But they are still together - and this is important
film is commendable..

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