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EAST-WEST (EST OUEST) (CD)
Composed by: Patrick Doyle

NEAR MINT - UNSEALED - ONLY ONE AVAILABLE - COVER MAY VARY

French director Regis Wargnier's fifth feature film is a romantic period drama which is also a tribute to the victims of a tragic Stalinist episode. In June 1946, Stalin launched a major propaganda campaign aimed at Russians who had settled in the West, offering them amnesty and an opportunity to be involved in the postwar restructuring of the USSR. Many people who believed Stalin and returned home were executed, interned, or subjected to repression. The protagonist of Est-Ouest, Alexei Golovin (Oleg Menshikov), takes his young French wife Marie (Sandrine Bonnaire) and son Serioja with him on the long journey back to his native land that he has missed so much. On the board of the steamship taking them to Odessa, people like them celebrate the new life that they anticipate. However, reality strikes when they reach shore. Many people are immediately executed or sent to work camps. Alexei is spared to use his skill as an accomplished doctor. He is sent to Kiev to work in a dispensary and live in a communal apartment. Alexei accepts his fate but Marie dreams of escaping to freedom. Opportunity comes her way when she meets Gabrielle Develay (Catherine Deneuve), a famous French actress on tour, passing through Kiev. Tension mounts as the relationship of Alexei and Marie is put to test. For the script of this co-production between France and Russia, Wargnier had three other collaborators: Louis Gardel, who had previously collaborated with Wargnier on Indochine; Sergei Bodrov, a well-known Russian filmmaker best-known for his award winning S.E.R. and The Prisoner of the Mountains; and Azeri scriptwriter Rustam Ibragimbekov, best remembered for his scripts of Nikita Mikhalkov films. 1999

1. Opening Titles (2:04)
2. Farewell of a Slav (2:11)
3. Arrival in Kiev (1:51)
4. Forgive Me (1:22)
5. Babouchka (2:08)
6. Jeopardy (2:00)
7. Smuglianka (2:39)
8. The Church (1:07)
9. You're doing it for us (3:16)
10. Betrayal (0:42)
11. Alexei and Olga (2:12)
12. The River (1:50)
13. The Race (1:26)
14. Madame Bovary (2:52)
15. I'll Never Forget You (3:26)
16. The Plan (1:52)
17. The Cliffs (0:50)
18. The Black Sea (1:53)
19. Nightingales (3:25)
20. La Mer (1:29)
21. You Must Stay Alive (2:43)
22. Farewell Tango (1:21)
23. The Escape (3:20)
24. Freedom (1:29)
25. The Land (3:57)

  
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