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The film is set during 1962 in Sevastopol, Crimea, then a secret Navy Base in the Soviet Union. General Serov hires Viktor, a cadet from the Kremlin Guard to work as his private chauffeur. In a jet-black "ZIM" limo, Viktor is chauffeuring the General's disabled daughter Vera. Viktor is oblivious to the hidden agenda of the KGB agent Saveliev, who manipulates everyone behind the scenes in the old rivalry between the Army and KGB.

  1. Pavel Chukhray

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Igor Petrenko

    Igor Petrenko

    Viktor

  2. Elena Babenko

    Elena Babenko

    Vera

  3. Bogdan Stupka

    Bogdan Stupka

    General Serov

  4. Andrei Panin

    Andrei Panin

    Adjutant Saveliev

  5. Marina Golub

    Marina Golub

    Zinaida

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A Driver for Vera
A Driver for Vera

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Original Title Водитель для Веры

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 11, 2004
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Russian

Runtime 1h 45m

Budget $3,300,000.00

Revenue $2,011,837.00

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