The House I Live In is a charming black and white drama by Soviet director, Lev Kulidzhanov. The film describes the pre-war and post-war lives and fates of the residents of a communal apartment building in Moscow.
It’s a simple story told in simple language, full of timeless values and memorable moments. The characters in this charming movie find that the harsh experiences of wartime life will force them to look at many things differently.
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