Trial on the Road (1971)

Director
Aleksey German

Main cast
Rolan Bykov; Anatoliy Solonitsyn; Vladimir Zamanskiy; Oleg Borisov; Maya Bulgakova

Genres
War, Drama

Description
A Russian POW joins the partisan guerrillas and proves his loyalty fighting the Nazis.


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