- Director: Aleksey Kozlov
- Producers: Arkady Fateev, Elena Gromova, Aleksey Kozlov, Anton Dementiev
- Actors: Maria Melnikova, Anastasiya Melnikova, Andrey Mironov-Udalov, Valeriy Degtyar, Gela Meskhi, Aleksey Shevchenkov, Vitaliy Kishchenko, Boris Scherbakov
The Saving Leningrad film is based on a true story from the footsteps of the barge number 752 which is used on fishing vessels and supplies food to the besieged Leningrad in the way of life.
In the Soviet Union during September 1941, there was an emergency evacuation of people from Leningrad on the other side of Lake Ladoga, with destiny, a young pair, a cadet-gunner named Kostya Gorelov (Andrey Mironov-Udalov) and his girlfriend named Nastya Tkachyova (Maria Melnikova ) aboard a dilapidated barge 752 for the purpose of evacuating residents of the siege of Leningrad.
The barge was badly damaged but Colonel Nikolai Gorelov (Vitaliy Kischenko), the father of Kostya Gorelov, was responsible for being ordered to carry more than a thousand people, including Kostya Gorelov.
Among the refugees was an NKVD investigator named Vadim Petruchik who led the case of Nastya Tkachyova's father. The case of Nastya Tkachyova's depressed father was examined.
He was released and sent forward, to the same section from the front, stopped loading on the barge, sending cadets-gunners. At night the ship went into a storm and experienced a disaster. At the location of the tragedy, the first to arrive was not a savior, but an enemy plane.