- 150 min.
The film is dedicated to the main triumph of Russian aviation in the 1930s, the ultra-long transpolar flights made by the crews of Heroes of the Soviet Union Chkalov and Gromov. In unbearable conditions, they conducted a non-stop flight Moscow-North Pole-USA. The story is built on unique documents, the existence of which was not previously known. These are the diaries and manuscripts of pilot Georgy Baidukov, co-pilot of Chkalov's crew, recently found by members of his family. It is they who will shed light on the reliable history of the fate of Soviet heroes. Now these flights are considered the main events of the Soviet aviation of those years.