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The Forty-First, (Russian: Сорок первый, Sorok pervyy) is a 1956 Soviet film based on the novel of the same name by Boris Lavrenyev. The film was directed by Grigori Chukhrai and starred Izolda Izvitskaya and Oleg Strizhenov. The film is set during the Russian Civil War and tells the story of the romance between a female sniper of the Red Army and an officer of the White Army. During the Russian Civil War, in the desert of Central Asia, a detachment of the Red Army is on a reconnaissance mission under the command of Ansenti Yevsyukov (Nikolay Kryuchkov). The only female soldier in the detachment is Maria Filatovna (Izolda Izvitskaya), a sniper who has already killed forty enemy soldiers. As they encounter a detachment of the White Army she tries to shoot the aristocratic Lieutenant Vadim Nikolayevich Govorukha-Otrok (Oleg Strizhenov). He would have been her forty-first victim, but as she misses her target, Govorkha is only taken prisoner. The detachment finds out that Govorukha-Otrok...
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