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Abstract
Popular science film, which attempts to philosophically interpret Russian history using the example of the paintings "Black Square" (1913), "Red Square" (1915) by a painter, art theorist, one of the leaders of Russian avant-garde art in 1910-1930. K.S. Malevich (1878-1935). The film uses staged shooting. Chronicle footage: 1913 - Moscow Nicholas II with Alexandra Fedorovna is walking along the Red Porch in the Kremlin. They are followed by members of the imperial family. 1917 - Workers lay rails on the railroad tracks. 1918 November 7 - Opening of the temporary monument to Marx and Engels. 1918 - The military are riding horses. 1920 May 1 - Lenin at the laying of the monument "Liberated Labor" on the Prechistenskaya embankment. 1960s - The First (General) Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU Leonid Brezhnev kisses during a meeting with the First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine Nikolai Podgorny.
Director
A. Gerasimov, E. Potievsky
Color
Color
Film ID
33604
Keywords
the second world war
, funeral
, christianity
, sport games
, government
, cartage
, cities
, painting
, october revolution 1917
, art
Meterage
258,9
Number of Parts
1
Operators
E. Potievsky, I. Podenshchikova
Other Creators
Scriptwriter - A. Gerasimov
Release Date
1990
Sound
Has Sound

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