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« on: March 04, 2016, 10:40:46 pm »

Want to start a separate topic.

I want to tell about Russian and Soviet films. We're almost steampunk movies. But Fima about which I want to tell, they like me and want to share with you.

If such a theme is not necessary, the moderators will correct me. Smiley))

Sorry, I'm not on all the films I can give the link, and even more so with the translation.

But if You look these movies, or have already watched (is watching "Professor Dowell's Head) I would be interested to know your impressions.

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Here is the LJ of the person who collects foreign-language reviews of Soviet films. I think these reviews will tell You more than I do with an online translator. Smiley

All movies - http://alek-morse.livejournal.com/tag/russian%20movie%20on%20western%20eye
Exactly Holmes (again a direct link does not work) - http://alek-morse.livejournal.com/tag/западные%20рецензии%20на%20русского%20Холмса


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Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson: http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg963202.html#msg963202

Alexander Nevskiy http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg963211.html#msg963211

Neptune Holiday http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg963213.html#msg963213


Кин-дза-дза! / Kin-DZA-DZA!
http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg963405.html#msg963405

Аэлита / Aelita Queen of Mars http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg963445.html#msg963445


Солярис / Solaris (Andrei Tarkovsky's)
 http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg963457.html#msg963457

Сталкер / Stalker (Andrei Tarkovsky's) http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg963622.html#msg963622

Человек-амфибия / Amphibian man http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg963623.html#msg963623

Узник замка Иф / The prisoner of If castle http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg963765.html#msg963765

Жил-был пёс / There once was a dog http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg963856.html#msg963856

Свадьба в Малиновке / Wedding in Malinovka http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg964036.html#msg964036

Ятинсотэстс http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg964427.html#msg964427

Космический рейс / The space voyage http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg964599.html#msg964599

Формула любви / Formula of love http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg965660.html#msg965660

Планета бурь / Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet / Voyage to the Planet of Prehis  http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg968871.html#msg968871

Не горюй! / Do not worry! http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg970119.html#msg970119

Мимино / / Mimino http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg970780.html#msg970780
   
Не бойся, я с тобой! / Don't worry, I'm with you! http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,47544.msg971635.html#msg971635

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Sorry for the errors, rudeness and stupidity. It's not me, this online translator. Really convenient?
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« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2016, 10:53:20 pm »

Start with the basics.

The adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.

"The adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson" — cycle of the Soviet films 1979-1986 years directed by Igor Maslennikov, a screen adaptation of the works of Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. The cycle consists of five films (11 episodes total duration of 766 min).

The very positive feedback the series received in England. Critics have pointed out that the creators of the show carefully treated the original, and the works of Conan-Doyle passed with true love the true connoisseurs of the classics of the detective genre.

In 2005, Vasily Livanov became an honorary member (MBE) order of the British Empire for the best screen image of Sherlock Holmes, embodied not by the British, and on 15 June 2006 the British Ambassador in Moscow he was awarded with the badge of the order.

In Moscow near the British Embassy is a sculpture depicting Holmes and Watson in the performance of Livanov and Solomin.

Links to Wikipedia.
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https://youtu.be/GFPAKo795KM . And this is the Overture from the movie. Already for several generations of people in the former USSR, these sounds promise a meeting with good old England and the new adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.

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« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2016, 11:39:36 pm »

Continue

"Alexander Nevskiy" — Soviet art historical film about the medieval Russian Prince, who won the battle with the Teutonic knights on lake Peipus April 5, 1242. Belongs to the galaxy a classic of Soviet historical films of 30-ies and is considered one of the best works of Sergei Eisenstein. The music for the film was written by the famous composer Sergei Prokofiev.

These two names, Eisenstein and Prokofiev, already that would be enough to watch a movie.

The film is certainly old, a lot of historical inaccuracies and Quaker guns. BUT I still gladly revise it.

And the music from the film, it is firmly established in our culture. Here are the main musical themes.

"Arise, you Russian people!" — choir In a Patriotic theme, "Arise, Russian people!" Prokofiev included ancient motifs and sounds of folk musical instruments.
One day, a rumor has spread that if the broadcast of the film on TV, cut this fragment. This caused serious scandal in the Internet.
https://youtu.be/MuwJMPxXsgk

"Crusaders in Pskov" https://vk.com/video18380377_163066854

And the "battle on the Ic"e - https://youtu.be/O4nbSsLwyj8
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« Reply #3 on: March 05, 2016, 12:00:22 am »

A bit of humor. A short funny movie.

"Neptune Holiday". Soviet full-length color feature film put on a film Studio "Lenfilm" in 1986. The film was the debut for Director Yuri Mamin and by script writer Vladimir Vardunas.

Here is the movie page on the website of the Director, it's in English, I think there is more convincingly set out the reasons why you need to watch the movie. http://www.yurimamin.com/EN/9/

For the lazy, the retelling of the story.

The action takes place on the eve of 1986. Every year on 1 January in the village of Small Heels is the "Feast of Neptune". And each year, management regularly reported to the top of the beautiful figures on the participation of workers in the health and fitness event. Actually no celebration in sight, the hope was that on the morning of January 1 no one will ever come in a distant district center. But once out of the center came a telegram that 1 January is coming to share the experience of a group of walruses from Sweden, learned about such a massive event.

The management of the district does everything possible and impossible that the deception is not revealed.

film: https://youtu.be/TC9lvj4l9F4


P. S. if you decide to watch a movie, we look first excerpts from "Alexander Nevsky". Smiley
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« Reply #4 on: March 07, 2016, 08:52:01 pm »

It's a great movie. It really should look. Lots of meanings, lots of humor, lots of unusual. In Russia it has become a cult.

"Kin-DZA-DZA!" — full-length two-part Comedy feature film in the genre of dystopia, filmed at the Studio "Mosfilm" film Director Georgi Daneliya. The film was released on 1 December 1986.

Ordinary people suddenly find themselves on another planet. Planet desert planet the trash. It ordered the wasteland from Mad max. Only instead of aggressive gangs, petty thieves and hard cops. A lot, a lot of rust.

The Terrans really want to go home. They will be fleeced to the bone, they will work as street musicians, they will arrange a coup, will visit the "humane" civilization, but to return home.

It's not action. Although there is a Superman - uncle Vova.

If I had the chance, I would be all forced to see this movie.

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1 series - https://youtu.be/I47CNxwlt9U

2 series - https://youtu.be/eti9Qn4bZDg
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I like this one:
Aelita Queen of Mars NTSC


The silent film "Aelita Queen of Mars". The above has been re-intertitled into English; Russian language versions must exist someone. The costumes are very distinctive, and someone could cosplay them at a steampunk convention of they wanted to go really obscure. The actual costume design drawings were preserved in a archive, and some of them can be found on the web.
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« Reply #6 on: March 08, 2016, 10:26:32 am »

NOT Steampunk, and not really Dieselpunk either.  More like Atompunk:  Andrei Tarkovsky's original Soviet Era movie adaptation of the Solaris novel by Stanislaw Lem... Not the George Clooney failure of a movie...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solaris_%28novel%29
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solaris_%281972_film%29


Solaris (1972) trailer
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« Reply #7 on: March 08, 2016, 10:54:43 am »

The silent film "Aelita Queen of Mars". The above has been re-intertitled into English; Russian language versions must exist someone. The costumes are very distinctive, and someone could cosplay them at a steampunk convention of they wanted to go really obscure. The actual costume design drawings were preserved in a archive, and some of them can be found on the web.

Oh yeah. It is simply called "Aelita" (Аэлита).

"Aelita" — the classical Soviet silent film by Yakov Protazanov, free adaptation of the eponymous science fiction novel by A. N. Tolstoy.

I read this book. There is no Pro-earth adventures and torments the engineer Elk. I'm still amazed at the simplicity and humdrum beginning of the novel.
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At four o'clock, in St. Petersburg, on the Avenue of Red dawn, there was a strange announcement, is a small, gray paper sheet, nailed carnations to peeling wall of a deserted house.

The correspondent of the American newspaper, Skills Archibald passed by, he saw standing before the bare announcement, a young woman in calico, a neat dress, she was reading, moving her lips. Tired and lovely face of the woman did not Express surprise, - his eyes were indifferent, clear, and with the craziness. She took a strand of wavy hair behind her ear, picked up from the sidewalk with a basket of herbs and walked across the street.

The announcement deserved a lot of attention. Skills, wondering at it, read it, moved closer and ran his hand across his eyes, read again:

- Twenty three, ' he said, finally, that should mean: "the devil take me with my bones".

In the ad was:

"Engineer, M. S. Los, invites, wanting to fly with him on August 18 on the planet Mars, to be for personal negotiations from 6 to 8 PM. Zhdanovskaya embankment, house 11 in the yard".

It was written and commonly just an ordinary ink pen.

Interesting fact about the film:

The film was released on 25 September 1924 in Moscow in the cinema "ARS", with music written specifically for the film by Vladimir Kruchinin. The film was preceded by an unprecedented advertising campaign in Newspapers, which began about six months before the premiere on February 26, 1924 in "Cinema Newspaper" (published by the film company "Mezhrabpom-Rus"), first published intriguing ads with the text "ANTA... ODELI... UTA..." — without any explanations (but in some cases, several such ads on the same page). From 15 April the ads were accompanied by explanatory text: "for some time radio stations around the world began to receive strange signals..." Closer to the premiere (on September 19) for the campaign was connected to the newspaper "Pravda" in which a mysterious signal has been reproduced in a more "transparent" form: "Anta... odELI... uTA" and in the advertisement, published on September 24, an intriguing inscription was directly included in the announcement of the premiere screening of the film in the cinema "ARS".

But "Mars" suits and the "Martians" is popular at the time in Soviet Russia constructivism. 20-ies, they were full of a new, flight of thought of searching.

Aelita is the name we use for the names of shops, cafes, creams and other ...
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« Reply #8 on: March 08, 2016, 12:04:04 pm »

NOT Steampunk, and not really Dieselpunk either.  More like Atompunk:  Andrei Tarkovsky's original Soviet Era movie adaptation of the Solaris novel by Stanislaw Lem... Not the George Clooney failure of a movie...


I wouldn't classify Solaris as punk. These are books and movies about the "bright future". There is no special financial problems, and technical entourage Dan touches.

And the main question, what is man.

Have you watched "Stalker", Tarkovsky?
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« Reply #9 on: March 09, 2016, 06:57:15 am »

NOT Steampunk, and not really Dieselpunk either.  More like Atompunk:  Andrei Tarkovsky's original Soviet Era movie adaptation of the Solaris novel by Stanislaw Lem... Not the George Clooney failure of a movie...


I wouldn't classify Solaris as punk. These are books and movies about the "bright future". There is no special financial problems, and technical entourage Dan touches.

And the main question, what is man.

Have you watched "Stalker", Tarkovsky?

Well, the fact is that the "punk" in "Steampunk" came AFTER the word "Steampunk" was invented  Wink Dieselpunk and Atompunk follow Steampunk.

While I won't deny that Steampunk now has elements of punk - and thus the social dystopia you talk about, Steampunk is a lot more general than that. What I will agree with, is that Solaris is not retro-futurist, and thus may not belong the the family of Atompunk, properly speaking...

The original novel by Lem is very cerebral, and focuses primarily on the science aspect of the story, while the Russian movie created a more global view that encompassed all aspects existential, sci-fi, and romantic as well.  The American movie was a melodramatic plot surrounding the romantic relationship between the psychologist and his dead wife (different names between the movies and novel). I thought the Russian movie's plot was much better, though at times could be very tedious.

The existential aspect of Solaris is very important- pondering on the significance of being human. Can you "capture a soul" in such a way? Are you a mere copy? Or are you the same? Limited by the memories of those who recreated you on Solaris?

Solaris is a "cult classic" movie, and while not being cyberpunk, it does go well with other cyberpunk movies that often touvh on the existential aspect of beiong human (e.g. Bladerunner, Ghost in the Shell, etc.)  What does it mean to be human?
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« Reply #10 on: March 09, 2016, 03:28:09 pm »

NOT Steampunk, and not really Dieselpunk either.  More like Atompunk:  Andrei Tarkovsky's original Soviet Era movie adaptation of the Solaris novel by Stanislaw Lem... Not the George Clooney failure of a movie...


I wouldn't classify Solaris as punk. These are books and movies about the "bright future". There is no special financial problems, and technical entourage Dan touches.

And the main question, what is man.

Have you watched "Stalker", Tarkovsky?

Well, the fact is that the "punk" in "Steampunk" came AFTER the word "Steampunk" was invented  Wink Dieselpunk and Atompunk follow Steampunk.

While I won't deny that Steampunk now has elements of punk - and thus the social dystopia you talk about, Steampunk is a lot more general than that. What I will agree with, is that Solaris is not retro-futurist, and thus may not belong the the family of Atompunk, properly speaking...

The original novel by Lem is very cerebral, and focuses primarily on the science aspect of the story, while the Russian movie created a more global view that encompassed all aspects existential, sci-fi, and romantic as well.  The American movie was a melodramatic plot surrounding the romantic relationship between the psychologist and his dead wife (different names between the movies and novel). I thought the Russian movie's plot was much better, though at times could be very tedious.

The existential aspect of Solaris is very important- pondering on the significance of being human. Can you "capture a soul" in such a way? Are you a mere copy? Or are you the same? Limited by the memories of those who recreated you on Solaris?

Solaris is a "cult classic" movie, and while not being cyberpunk, it does go well with other cyberpunk movies that often touvh on the existential aspect of beiong human (e.g. Bladerunner, Ghost in the Shell, etc.)  What does it mean to be human?

I'm not a literary critic, but I can see that.
Steam-punk, and earlier cyber-punk, this certain Canon of Western fiction. In ...–punks tells about unorganized society, where there are different strata, there is intense competition between people. And it is from this increase the conflict in a literary work. Such fantastic realism.

In Solaris and other conflicts, philosophical:
1) What is man? Why does he live?
2) What is humanity? What is his purpose?

These are perennial philosophical questions. LEM and Tarkovsky answered these questions opposite.
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« Reply #11 on: March 10, 2016, 09:23:26 pm »

Continue about serious cinema.

"Stalker" is a Soviet science fiction film-parable directed by Andrei Tarkovsky, filmed at the Studio "Mosfilm" in 1979 based on the novel "Roadside Picnic" by the Strugatsky brothers.

The film, as usual with Andrei Tarkovsky, almost nothing in common with the book Strugatsky.

Only the total overall idea of the setting.

The film is set in a fictional time and space; the characters do not have names — only nicknames.

Approximately twenty years before the start of the film registered the meteorite. In the area began to occur abnormal phenomena, people began to disappear. The place is called "Zone", and rumors about some mysterious room where you can run desires: most cherished, the most sincere, the most heartfelt. The area was cordoned off by the military cordons and barbed wire.

The protagonist of the film — recently released from prison the man they call "Stalker". He lives in poverty with his wife and sick daughter. Stalker makes a living by organizing illegal expeditions into the Zone, despite the protests of his wife. He was hired by Explorer Professor and Writer.

The film begins in black and white with three characters, broke away from a military patrol, get into the Zone. Here the picture becomes colored. The objective of travelers is to find the very Room. It appears that the entrance is located a few hundred metres from the start. Stalker requires that the satellites implicitly obeyed his instructions, explaining that the straight path in the Zone of not the shortest. I agree Professor, and Writer who went to the Area in search of a way out of a creative crisis, refers to the threats and warnings of a Stalker of the danger Zone with skepticism. Trinity goes a long workaround.

Well what can I say, it's Tarkovsky.

Literally on the day, I heard that the U.S. plans to make a TV series based on the book "Roadside Picnic".
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« Reply #12 on: March 10, 2016, 09:40:34 pm »

Amphibian man. Wonderful, beautiful, romantic and fantastic film.  With remarkable underwater footage

Is based on the eponymous sci-Fi novel by Alexander Belyaev.


Fishermen and pearl divers of Buenos Aires, scared in the sea appeared a mysterious "sea devil". But cold-blooded businessman — the owner of the farm pearl diver Pedro been Zurita, he decides to catch a mysterious creature and adapt it to the case. He begins to patrol the Bay in the hope to hunt down "the devil." Lungfish people with lungs and gills of the shark is a young man named ichthyander — the result of bold experiments of Dr. Salvatore with the transplantation of organs. Ichthyander poorly acquainted with the people and civilization he grew up in his father's house and into the sea, his friends, the dolphins. Once ichthyander saw fallen overboard and drowning girl and saved her from death. This fleeting encounter changes a young man's life.


The prize "Silver sail" at the festival of fantastic films in Trieste (Italy, 1962)
II prize of the "Silver spaceship" at the I international film festival of science fiction films in Trieste (1963)


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Capitalist and a wonderful song from the movie: https://youtu.be/9wWmF3WzvE4
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« Reply #13 on: March 12, 2016, 10:57:03 pm »

Спаиобо тебе, Моросов.

I found it really hard to understand the Russian sung with a hispanic accent.

But the Barry Sisters' songs are great. I especially liked those sung in Yiddish. I realise now that I've heard them singing "Bei mir bist du scheyn" for decades without knowing anything about them or the rest of their songs. A quick trip to Wikiland made three hours pass in moments.
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« Reply #14 on: March 12, 2016, 11:48:01 pm »

Спаиобо тебе, Моросов.

I found it really hard to understand the Russian sung with a hispanic accent.

But the Barry Sisters' songs are great. I especially liked those sung in Yiddish.

Thank you for your kind words.

But a little be a wimp. There is no hispanic accent. I can't hear him. And the song was recorded in just 20 minutes. The singer hardly managed to put a hispanic accent.

But there is a special intonation. They should give songs of vulgarity and depravity. After all, the song symbolizes the cruel, cold world where everything is for sale. That's why I called it capitalist Wink


In the film, during the song, the singer dropped some items of clothing. But it felt disgusting and out. And the song was a verse shorter.
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« Reply #15 on: March 13, 2016, 12:31:48 am »

When I first started writing in this thread, I knew I was bound to be this movie. And today it showed once on TV.

And so - The prisoner of If castle.

"The prisoner of If castle" is a Soviet adventure film directed by Georgi Yungvald-Khilkevich, released in 1988 at the Odessa film Studio. The film is based on the novel by Alexander Dumas "the Count of Monte Cristo" and consists of three parts: "Abbe Faria", "the Count of Monte Cristo" and "I will repay".

I can't say that the film is perfect, in places it seems unfinished. But it is bright, dynamic and catchy.

It assembled a team of great Soviet actors.

But of course the main one, Victor Avilov, who plays the count of Monte Cristo. And Eugene Dvorzhetsky, Amont Dantes and albert de Morcerf, son of Mercedes and Fernand .

And songs performed by Alexander Gradsky.


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Song of freedom (A. Gradsky) - https://youtu.be/ZBXaYOZxS18

About Dantes -    https://youtu.be/qLQv8qctbrk
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« Reply #16 on: March 13, 2016, 04:44:41 am »

NOT Steampunk, and not really Dieselpunk either.  More like Atompunk:  Andrei Tarkovsky's original Soviet Era movie adaptation of the Solaris novel by Stanislaw Lem... Not the George Clooney failure of a movie...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solaris_%28novel%29
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solaris_%281972_film%29


Solaris (1972) trailer





STANISLAW LEM! An author whose works I have enjoyed ever since encountering them in a literature survey all those years ago. Finally, somebody else who knows about them!
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« Reply #17 on: March 14, 2016, 10:21:03 pm »

NOT Steampunk, and not really Dieselpunk either.  More like Atompunk:  Andrei Tarkovsky's original Soviet Era movie adaptation of the Solaris novel by Stanislaw Lem... Not the George Clooney failure of a movie...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solaris_%28novel%29
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solaris_%281972_film%29


Solaris (1972) trailer





STANISLAW LEM! An author whose works I have enjoyed ever since encountering them in a literature survey all those years ago. Finally, somebody else who knows about them!


I thought Stanislav LEM, is well known in the United States.

Because he Philip Dick wrote him a denunciation, accusing the promotion of communism.
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« Reply #18 on: March 14, 2016, 10:33:36 pm »

"There once was a dog" — drawing the Soviet animated film directed by Eduard Nazarov. Original title — "Dog's life". Created based on the Ukrainian folk tale "Sirko".

Great cartoon, funny and kind. Is the cult. And not only here.

The bronze monument Wolf weighing about 200 kg was built in Tomsk in 2005. The authors — caster Maxim Petrov and consultant artist Leonty Usov. The wolf can speak eight phrases ("right Now I sing!", "God help you!", "Well, you come in, if that!" etc.).

Steel sculpture of a Wolf weighing two tons by the sketch artist Michael Ivashko established in Angarsk, Irkutsk region in 2007. When stroking the belly of the Wolf "right Now sing!". Wolf "knows" and other signature phrase.

In 2013 in the center of Kiev installed a wooden sculptural composition, sitting under the table the Wolf and the Dog. Author Vinnytsia sculptor Vladimir Zayats.

In the fall of 2013 in the village Svyatopetrovsk Kievo-Svyatoshinsky district has established a sculptural composition consisting of sitting on the pedestal of a Wolf and standing next to the Dog. The composition is complemented with a stylized wicker fence.

December 19, 2014 the Kazakhstan mint has released into circulation the circulation coins of the series "tales of the People of Kazakhstan" — Sirko. On the reverse side (the reverse) of the coin depicts the characters of Ukrainian folk tales Sirko, the inscription "SIRKO" in the Ukrainian language, the number "2014" legend meaning the engraved year and trademark of Kazakhstan mint.


And it even translated into different languages. It is here like American.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0216434

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« Reply #19 on: March 14, 2016, 11:41:18 pm »

Regarding Stalker: I never watched the movie, but I thoroughly enjoyed Roadside Picnic, the novel it was based upon, in German translation. Thanks to Cold War shenanigans, pretty much all Soviet science fiction also exists in German translation. One of my projects is to read everything from the Noon Universe, also by the Strugatsky brothers.
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« Reply #20 on: March 15, 2016, 05:49:22 pm »

Regarding Stalker: I never watched the movie, but I thoroughly enjoyed Roadside Picnic, the novel it was based upon, in German translation. Thanks to Cold War shenanigans, pretty much all Soviet science fiction also exists in German translation. One of my projects is to read everything from the Noon Universe, also by the Strugatsky brothers.

In the film of the book there was only a General idea of the "zone". So, if You are not a fan of the high cinema of Tarkovsky, it is possible not to look.

Yes, Strugatsky brothers, the great Soviet science fiction. They, and Yefremov, Kir Bulychev, are the face of Soviet fiction.

Strugatsky quite a lot filmed. But here's the really good adaptations that would have been the spirit of the book, as it is not very much. In my opinion.
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« Reply #21 on: March 16, 2016, 11:25:10 pm »

"Wedding in Malinovka" — a musical Comedy by Andrew Tutyshkin, the film adaptation of the operetta the people's artist of the USSR Boris Alexandrov.

A bright film with songs and dances. Fun and funny. Memorable characters and phrases.

Especially memorable secondary characters of the film: Yashka the Artilleryman, adjutant of the ataman of the pan Popandopulo and Neczypor, Malinowski the superintendent. They are very funny.

In the Ukrainian village Malinovka all waiting, tired of the hardships of the civil war, married a shepherd Andreyko yarinkoy — daughter of the widow of a revolutionary, exiled to Siberia during tsarist rule. But the gang of "ideological chieftain" and local native Gritsiana Taurian attacks the sleepy village. The eye of Graciano comes Yarinka, and the threats he is trying to achieve from it the consent to the wedding.

Yarinka runs away frightened into the forest, where he meets a small detachment of red cavalry, is sent to investigate. She cries out for help, and the commander of the detachment, Nazar Duma, develops a plan to defeat the numerically superior enemy. For this yarinka to pretend and play a wedding with a leader.

For the wedding under the guise of a white guard officer Cecilia, the Commissioner of Baron Wrangel, is Nazar Duma. According to his plan, the red team must try to capture the gang by surprise, when really I'm gonna get, but still brilliant, the staff-captain says pathetic toast, affects all high-society manners and casually incapacitate the bandits ' guns.

It is time to begin the attack, but the signal is delayed. Grecian Yarina solicits, and Wrangel's messenger is already causing him suspicious, and Nazar have one to join the battle against many enemies. In the critical moment comes and the bandits suffer a humiliating defeat: they beat the horsemen Nazar Duma and Malinowski women's "garrison" under the command yashki-gunner. Morning after "wedding" Nazar Duma, which actually have Arinca father, blesses Arinco and Andreyko.




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Yashka the Artilleryman, teaches a village resident "foreign" dance - https://youtu.be/1Krdky4rgkk

Dance of Gotovtsev https://youtu.be/FAy0BXU4miY

Song Popandopulo https://youtu.be/w-ZRoi66clA
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« Reply #22 on: March 21, 2016, 09:22:37 pm »

Russian trash-film - Ятинсотэстс. The name doesn't make sense, anyway I don't know him. A set of letters, sounds something like - Yatinsotests. The film is senseless and crazy.

Wedding Buryat shepherd Batyr ended in a major setback – the bride was beheaded, the groom was arrested by the rural police Zaddik.

In prison, Batyr became acquainted with Swedish porn king Sven, who had served time for indecent assault during the Olympic games in Moscow. The Swede opened Batyr terrible secret of the alien robots.

The years have passed. After serving a sentence, the warrior had become a ruthless thug, and then went to work in militia. But the memories of the dead bride did not give him sleep. What can you do? The warrior decided to find those responsible and kill them without mercy.

It was at this dramatic moment the aliens struck a treacherous blow in the form of a terminator, programmed to kill people. But that could mean a terminator for the a Warrior, trained in the school of Buryat life in prison!

According to the custom of the ancestors before the decisive battle, the warrior came to the ritual stone, to ask for blessings from the deceased patriarchs farm. And got it in full!

With the battle breaking into the lair of the aliens from outer space, the hero in mortal combat wounded Queen alien. For many years she was hiding under the guise of a rural paramedic Sulmaniya Tugelbaeva, but now her head would decorate a hunting Lodge Batyr. And with good reason!

And that's just the Batyr received in that battle terrible injury. But the world not without kind people. In a fit of philanthropy rural policeman Zaddik helped the Warrior to die with the rest of the villagers.

Upon completion of all the above events successful Buryat village was like a parched desert. There was the beginning of a new life – the life of extraterrestrial intelligence.


To view the film knowledge of the Russian language is not needed. For the whole movie, only a couple of fragments with the Russian language.

I watched the movie. Why am I looking - I don't know. No regrets.

Why look You, again don't know. But we'll see.

The film - https://youtu.be/7tFBEO6FVAI

and this is the site of the Studio, they love to do such films - http://www.alibuster.com
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« Reply #23 on: March 23, 2016, 09:53:40 pm »

"The space voyage" is a Soviet science fiction film about space exploration created a film Studio "Mosfilm" in 1935. The premiere took place on 21 January 1936. The screenplay was written with the participation and scientific advice of Konstantin Tsiolkovsky.

The film is dumb.

Thanks to the participation of K. Tsiolkovsky, the scientific side of the film was nearly flawless. In addition to obsolete parts (start from the ramp, antigravity bath), everything else is impressive even today.


For shooting scenes in zero gravity were first used special technical devices developed by cinematographer Alexander Halperin, together with the future of the largest aircraft engine designer Alexander Mikulin. In the scenery of the spacecraft cabin was built a special camera crane. Area of the crane, which was able to move freely in the horizontal and vertical directions, placed the actor and filming device with the cameraman. Due to the freedom of movement and tilt of the platform was able to shoot medium and close-UPS of actors on a moving background.

For shooting simulate zero gravity with the rotation of the character was built another installation in which the mobile background rotated relative to suspended actor synchronously with the camera, also mounted on the turntable Cable with rubber shock absorber used for suspension of the actors, was painted in the background color for masking. The frames were so accurate that after a few decades, these spacemen were delighted with the image of weightlessness.

The summer of 1946. At the Moscow Institute of interplanetary communications are conducted the first experiments on the preparation of the flight to the moon. The first experiments do not succeed. Launched into space rabbit dies in flight. A second rocket with a cat on Board disappears. Meanwhile, on the moon on a giant space rocket "Joseph Stalin" is sent to its Creator academician Pavel Ivanovich Sedykh and his companions: Marina — assistant Professor Karina and made his way to the ship at the last moment before the start of the young inventor Andrei Orlov. Travelers prilagayutsya on the side of the moon and, after walking on the moon, safely returned to Earth. With them returned the cat was found and rescued a missing passenger of the second rocket.

https://youtu.be/5LWi2Iv9PmQ



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« Reply #24 on: April 08, 2016, 04:47:36 pm »

"Formula of love" — the Soviet art film by Mark Zakharov based on a script by Grigoriy Gorin, released in 1984 by the Creative Association of television films. Free adaptation of the novel of Alexey Tolstoy "Count Cagliostro" (1921).

A wonderful and funny movie. With excellent dialogues and jokes.

Many phrases from it have gone to the people:

— Why do people live on earth? Tell me.
— How is it immediately? And then where he lives? If we, in Smolensk province — is one thing, if in the Tambov province is another.


If the doctor is full, so the patient is easier.


Alain Noby, Nostra Alice! Which means — if one man built, another zavsegda can disassemble.

In our County clerk was. Year of birth pasporte one number was recording ink, the scoundrel, saved. Then proyavilos case — in jail. And pasporta it not to change — document still.


Stay in Russia demoralizing acts on immature minds.

Зачем нам кузнец, нам кузнец не нужен


What's the movie about

In 1780, after a brief fraudulent tour in St. Petersburg, the famous adventurer, "the magician" and "master of arcane power," count Cagliostro forced to hide from his pursuers, sent by Prince Potemkin. At this time Cagliostro tries to find the "formula" the only feelings that he still is not able to cause in human hearts, is love.

Cagliostro arrives on the way to the house of one of its clients — the patient of a Russian landowner. He promises to heal the sick, if he would agree to send him with his daughter, Mary, through which, according to Cagliostro, will be supported "astral communication" with the patient. Actually, he wants to call it love.

At the same time in the Russian province of Smolensk lives a young landowner Alexey Fedosev. Living in his estate with elderly unmarried aunt, Petashev can't find a girlfriend and secretly dreams of unattainable "disembodied" ideal. Alesha is in love with a statue standing in the Park, and wants to revive her — "as once the Greek gods breathed life into a stone Galatea". Alyosha finds the count in the hotel where he lived for several days, trying to awaken Mache tender feelings. Cagliostro Vedysheva first refuses, but, at the request of Masha who has stood up for lover boy, moved to the estate of Alex accompanied by his retinue.

The count and his companions lives on the estate Vedysheva, while continuing attempts to win the love of Masha. Alex meanwhile is preparing to "materialize" the diligent reading Petrarch. Aunt advises him, instead of ruining the youth in fruitless dreams, "recapture" Mashenka from the count.

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folk "Italian song"

The film https://youtu.be/HCvfvXHnLoY



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