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Zvenigora, or Zvenyhora (Russian: Звeнигopа) is a Soviet 1928 silent film by Ukrainian director Alexander Dovzhenko.Regarded as a silent revolutionary epic, Dovzhenko's initial film in his "Ukraine Trilogy" (along with Arsenal and Earth) is almost religious in its tone, relating a millennium of Ukrainian history through the story of an old man who tells his grandson about a treasure buried in a mountain. Although Dovzhenko referred to Zvenigora as his "party membership card," it is full of Ukrainian myth, lore and superstition. The magical recurrences and parallels used in the storytelling also invites comparisons to Nikolai Gogol. Dovzhenko's "Ukraine Trilogy" is seen by many as three of the greatest films ever made.

«Звенигора» — советский художественный фильм 1928 года режиссёра Александра Довженко. Также известен под названием «Заколдованное место». Первая часть так называемой «украинской трилогии Довженко» («Звенигора», «Арсенал», «Земля»), объединённой образом Тимоша в исполнении актёра Семёна Свашенко.
Премьера фильма состоялась в Киеве 13 апреля 1928 года. В Москве фильм вышел на экраны 8 мая.


Language: Silent

Year of Production: 1928

Length: 65 min.

Country: Russian Federation

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