The Train Goes To Kiev

  • 1961
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy, Musical

A cheery romp from the Soviet Union about a pretty young dance student in Kiev, Zhivankova, and the two boys who fall in love with her. Zhivankova must travel by train to audition for a theater school but does so disguised as a boy. It takes a while for her suitors to realize that she is in fact a girl, but the perceptive lads at length come around. The...read more

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A cheery romp from the Soviet Union about a pretty young dance student in Kiev, Zhivankova, and the two boys who fall in love with her. Zhivankova must travel by train to audition for a theater school but does so disguised as a boy. It takes a while for her suitors to realize that she is

in fact a girl, but the perceptive lads at length come around. The picture is filled with singing and dancing, polkas, waltzes, folk tunes, and marches, as the trio of jubilant youngsters head through the city and into the countryside. This is a free-and-easy tale with a smattering of songs, which

is unusual in Soviet films.

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  • Review: A cheery romp from the Soviet Union about a pretty young dance student in Kiev, Zhivankova, and the two boys who fall in love with her. Zhivankova must travel by train to audition for a theater school but does so disguised as a boy. It takes a while for he… (more)

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