The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed

The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed

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The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed

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The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed (, ) is a 1979 Soviet 5-part television miniseries directed by Stanislav Govorukhin. It achieved the status of a cult film in the USSR, and along with Seventeen Moments of Spring it became a part of popular culture with several generations of russophone TV viewers. The series star the famed singer-songwriter Vladimir Vysotsky in one of his final screen appearances (he died prematurely less than a year after the film's release). Soviet screen and stage legends Sergey Yursky, Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Zinovy Gerdt, Yevgeniy Yevstigneyev and Leonid Kuravlev also appear in the film.<br />The film was released in the West as The Age of Mercy, the title of the novel by the writing duo of brothers Arkadiy Vayner and Georgiy Vayner on which the film is based.


The film is set in post-WWII Moscow. A young reconnaissance officer Vladimir Sharapov (Vladimir Konkin) returns from the war and is assigned for peacetime duty at the famous MUR (Moscow Department of Criminal Investigations). There he becomes part of a team led by the brilliant, tough, no-nonsense homicide detective Gleb Zheglov (Vysotsky). The duo becomes embroiled in two seemingly separate investigations: that of the murder of a young aspiring actress Larisa Gruzdeva, and the hunt for a vicious gang of armed robbers that calls itself "Black Cat" and constantly manages to evade capture. While suspicion in Gruzdeva's murder initially falls on her estranged husband...
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