A Family, is a 1943 Soviet film directed by Grigori Aleksandrov, Mikayil Mikayilov and Rza Takhmasib It was banned from being released in theatres by Joseph Stalin's regime censorship, for "poorly reflecting the struggle of the Soviet people against the German fascist invader".


Tanker-shooter Najaf mistook the address of the captain's family and is in the house of sergeant Andrievsky, whose family gladly accepts him.