Transit

68
Transit (Russian: Перегон, translit. Peregon) is a 2006 film from Russian writer-director Aleksandr Rogozhkin, which was presented at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. Several of his past films have screened there, including Life with an... read more

Transit (Russian: Перегон, translit. Peregon) is a 2006 film from Russian writer-director Aleksandr Rogozhkin, which was presented at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. Several of his past films have screened there, including Life with an Idiot and the Chechen war drama Check Point (Blokpost), for which he won the Best Director Prize in 1998. Transit is a story set on a secret military transit base in the remote Chukotka region, where planes from allied forces came in from Alaska, including quite a few with female pilots, which of course attracted the attention of the mostly male Russian crew at the base.

Original Release

06/06/2006

US Release

06/06/2006

Cast

Aleksey Serebryakov Capt. Foma Yurchenko
Daniil Strakhov Capt. Sergei Lisnevsky
Anastasiya Nemolyaeva Irina Zareva
Svetlana Stroganova Valentina
Stepan Abramov Fitil'
Marina Aleksandrova
Kirill Ulyanov Lt. Yakov Gutsava
Yuriy Orlov Roman Romadanovsky
Gennady Alekseev Wilson
Daniel Anderson War Correspondent
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Aleksandr Rogozhkin

Writers

Aleksandr Rogozhkin

Cast

Producers

Editors

Yuliya Rumyantseva

Ouch! Looks like something broke. Try reloading this page. 🗙