Hectic Days

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Hectic Days (Горячие денечки) is a 1935 comedy film directed by Alexander Zarkhi and Iosif Kheifits.


In the provincial town for exercises come tank units of the Red Army. Tank commander Mikhail Belokon (Simon) rents a room at the agricultural school student Tonya Zhukova (Okunevskaya). Between the young people there a romantic attachment. However, each of them believes that the nascent feelings can interfere with more important, in their view, the case in life: to Tonya - tuition at the college for Mikhail - the preparation of military vehicles and soldiers for upcoming maneuvers. Nevertheless, the characters pass by a strip of misunderstanding and explain each other in love.[1]


Film crew

  • Written by: Alexander Zarkhi, Iosif Kheifits
  • Directed by:
    • Alexander Zarkhi
    • Iosif Kheifets
  • Sorezhisser: Michael Shapiro
  • Producer: Michael Kaplan
  • Artist: Anatoly Bosulaev
  • Composer: Valery Zhelobinsky
  • Sound: Arnold Shargorodskii


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