Dziga Vertov’s little-known propaganda cartoon, the first Soviet animated film, seems crude—but it’s more sophisticated than it looks, and was loaded with meaning for viewers in the tumultuous Soviet Union of 1924. “Soviet Toys” depicts a worker partnering with a peasant to defeat the machinations of a capitalist “NEPman,” a caricature of the entrepreneurs who blossomed under Lenin’s short-lived New Economic Policy.
Экранизация политшаржей Дени, публиковавшихся в "Правде".
Раритет Черно-белый, "немой", насквозь политический
Year of Production: 1924
Country: Russian Federation