Cine-Truth 22 – Lenin Is Alive in the Peasant's Heart

General Information

Original Title
Kinopravda 22 (V serdtse krest'ianina Lenin zhiv)
Author/Creator
Vertov, Dziga, director.
Published
Soviet Union : Goskino, 1925.
Physical Description
DVD-ROM (15 min.)

Contents/Summary

Summary
Memorial meeting a year after Lenin’s death. Peasants giving speeches, manifestations on the streets, visits to Mausoleum. Krupskaia's speech. Peasant masses on the streets, on Red Square. Peasants arrive in Moscow, railway station, arriving peasants go to the dormitory. Canteen, lunch is served, people eating. A peasant woman giving a speech about the transformations in her village. Red square, soldiers visit the mausoleum. Changing of the guard. Peasant delegation visiting various sights of Moscow. Further meetings, Iaroslavskii talks. Other speeches, including some predicting colonial uprisings with scenes from various African countries and India. More meetings. Orchestra plays.

Subjects

Subject
Soviet Union

Bibliographic Information

Title Translation
Cine-Truth 22 – Lenin Is Alive in the Peasant's Heart

Holdings

Item Type Current Location Collection Call Number Volume Info Shelving Location Public Note
DVD-ROMOSA Film LibraryOSA Film LibraryFL Record 0352eAudio Visual-