Wild Wind (1985)


Introduction

Wild Wind is a 1985 war film directed by Valeriu Jereghi and Aleksandar Petkovic.

Outline

During World War 2, a special Allied unit is formed to destroy a Nazi armoured train that has been terrorising the Yugoslavian countryside.

Production & Filming Details

  • Director(s): Valeriu Jereghi and Aleksandar Petkovic.
  • Producer(s): Ika Panajotovic and Dragolijub Vojnov.
  • Writer(s): Igor Bolgarin, Zivojin Pavlovic, and Viktor Smirnov.
  • Music: Eugen Doga.
  • Cinematography: Vadim Yakolev.
  • Editor(s): Jelena Bjenjas and Vojislav Bjenjas.
  • Production: Film Danas and Moldova Film.
  • Distributor(s): Multicom Entertainment Group and Noble Film.
  • Release Date: November 1985 (Soviet Union).
  • Running Time: 94 minutes.
  • Country: Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, and US.
  • Language: English, Russian, and Serbo-Croatian.

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