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Dorogoy tsenoy (1957)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Vera Donskaya ... Solomyi
Yuri Dedovich ... Ostap
Ivan Tverdokhleb ... Kotigoroshek
Olga Petrova ... Mariutsa
Sergei Shishko ... Radu
Mariya Skvortsova
Pavel Shpringfeld
Stepan Shkurat
Paladi Belokon
A. Romanenko
Fyodor Ishchenko
Konstantin Nemolyayev
Vladimir Vasilyev Vladimir Vasilyev
Ivan Markevich ... (as I. Markevich)
Lyolya Grigorash Lyolya Grigorash
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Country:

Soviet Union

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Russian

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1957 (Soviet Union) See more »

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The Horse That Cried See more »

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Color (Sovcolor)
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A minor DR. ZHIVAGO by a minor Russian director.
30 July 2008 | by ram-30See all my reviews

When I watched this film, I had no idea who Mark Donskoy was or how he fit into Russian cinema history. I know now that he studied film under Eisenstein in 1926 and that Maxim Gorky is a major influence. Knowing that Donskoy's MAXIM GORKY trilogy is a classic is no surprise. He's been linked to Eisenstein and Dovzhenko. A lot of the pastoral shots are indeed reminiscent of Dovzhenko's film EARTH. The film is two stories in one: one is a love story between Ostap(Yuri Dedovich) and Solomia (Vera Donskaya) played by two beautiful looking actors (Donskaya has Sophia Loren type beauty and Dedovich is a dead ringer for Omar Sharif) ; the other is a serf vs. seigneur story that fits in well with Gorky's"socialist realism" themes. The film has many unbelievably realistic scenes and a few phony ones. The Ukrainian heritage (costume and dance) are worth the view alone. There are several scenes that leave a lasting impression: one with a jealous man trying to whip a laughing, dancing maiden and another a tableaux involving a huge windmill. The fade in and out between scenes is red and not black, probably not symbolic but it might be. It's a neat effect, anyway. The music at times seems to recall DR. ZHIVAGO and I would not be surprised if it was discovered that David Lean viewed this film as a starting point. Overall, this is a pleasant view that will have you cheering for the young couple Ostap and Solomia as their race for freedom and unity take us through the highs and lows of life in 1830 Ukraine.


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