Lyudmila Polyakova and Sergey Yakovlev in The Ascent () Leonid Yukhin in The Ascent () Mikhail Selyutin in The Ascent () Larisa Shepitko in. The Ascent is a black-and-white Soviet drama film directed by Larisa Shepitko and made at Mosfilm. The movie was shot in January near Murom , Production - Screenplay - Casting - Filming. Shepitko's emotionally overwhelming final film won the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival and has been hailed around the world as the finest Soviet.
5 May - 59 min The Ascent (Russian: Восхождение, Voskhozhdeniye), is a black-and- white Soviet war film. Two Soviet partisans depart their starving band on a short march to a nearby farm to get supplies. The Germans have reached the farm first. 11 May - 4 min - Uploaded by criterioncollection A tense moment from Larisa Shepitko's film THE ASCENT. Out on DVD now: http://www.
Two Soviet partisans leave their starving band to get supplies from a nearby farm. The Germans have reached the farm first, so the pair must go on a journey. Introduction. The Ascent (Voskhozhdeniye, Larisa Shepitko, ) is a Second World War drama set in an unidentified area of German-occupied Belarus during . Larisa Shepitko's black-and-white feature film Voskhozhdeniye (The Ascent, ) is based on the novella Sotnikov by the Belarussian.