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Le bonheur : ou, l'histoire de l'infortunaté Khmyr, de sa femme-cheval Anna, de son opulent voisin Foka, au dernier kolkhozien fainéant

Author: Alexander MedvedkinPeter ZinovievElena Georgievna EgorovaChris MarkerMoskino Kombinat.All authors
Publisher: [Brooklyn, N.Y.] : Icarus Films, [2007]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Le bonheur: A silent slapstick comedy about a peasant seeking happiness by himself, but only finding it after he joins the collective farm movement.

Le tombeau d'Alexandre: Examines the life and work of Russian film director, Alexander Medvedkin, while also giving a broad picture of life in the Soviet Union. Discusses the relation between art and politics in the Soviet Union.

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Genre/Form: Biography
Comedy films
Documentary films
Drama
Feature films
History
Silent films
Named Person: Alexander Medvedkin; Alexander Medvedkin
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Medvedkin; Peter Zinoviev; Elena Georgievna Egorova; Chris Marker; Moskino Kombinat.; Société de lancement des oeuvres nouvelles.; Films de l'Astrophore.; Michael Kustow Productions.; Sept/Arte (Firm); Arte Video (Firm); Icarus Films.
OCLC Number: 219700983
Language Note: Le bonheur: intertitles in French with optional English subtitles; Le tombeau d'Alexandre: English and French soundtracks (with some Russian) and with optional English or French subtitles.
Notes: Le bonheur: Originally released as a motion picture in 1934; this version (with musical setting by Modeste Moussorgsky) was released in 1971 by SLON.
DVD released in association with Arte Video.
Special features: disc 1. Medvedkin and the adventure of film-train (4 short films); Medvedkin on the train (full interview); Reconstructions of Medvedkin's lost films: Stop the thief! and The story of Titus -- disc 2. deleted scene from The last Bolshevik (Medvedkin and Dziga Vertov, by Nikolaï Izvolov).
Credits: Le bonheur: camera, Gleb Troianski.
Le tombeau d'Alexandre: camera, Marina Goldovskaia, Pascal Aubier, Christian Hirou ; music, Alfred Schnittke.
Cast: Le bonheur: Piotr Zinoviev (Khmyr), Elena Egorova (Anna).
Description: 2 videodiscs (225 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; NTSC; 4:3 aspect ratio; Dolby digital 2.0.
Contents: disc 1. Le bonheur (104 min., b & w, 1934) --
disc 2. Le tombeau d'Alexandre (121 min., col. and b & w, 1993).
Other Titles: Schastʹe (Motion picture).
Tombeau d'Alexandre
Happiness
Last Bolshevik
Responsibility: Slon présente un film d'Alexandre Medvedkine ; produit par ... Les Studios Moskino Kombinat ; scénario et mise en scène, Alexandre Medvedkine. Le tombeau d'Alexandre / Les Films de l'Astrophore, Michael Kustow productions, La Septe/Arte en association avec Epidem OY, Channel 4 présentent ; écrit, monté par Chris Marker.

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Le bonheur: A silent slapstick comedy about a peasant seeking happiness by himself, but only finding it after he joins the collective farm movement.

Le tombeau d'Alexandre: Examines the life and work of Russian film director, Alexander Medvedkin, while also giving a broad picture of life in the Soviet Union. Discusses the relation between art and politics in the Soviet Union.

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