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Ukraine Trilogy Movies Online Streaming Guide

Alexander Dovzhenko’s “Ukraine Trilogy” (Zvenigora, Arsenal, and Earth), although underappreciated by some contemporary Soviet critics (who found some of its realism counter-revolutionary), is his most well-known work in the West.

  • Zvenigora

    April 13, 1928

    Zvenigora stars Nikolai Nademsky (Earth), as the grandfather of Timoshka (Semyon Svashenko), whom he alerts to secret treasure buried in the mountains and the boy spends the rest of his life trying to find. The film wonderfully blends both lyricism and politics and uses its central construct to build a montage praising Ukrainian industrialisation, attacking the European bourgeoisie, celebrating the beauty of the Ukrainian steppe and re-telling ancient folklore. Zvenigora is a most remarkable avant-garde film, which has a unique style in its approach and disregards the more traditional storytelling devices. “As the lights went on, we felt that we had just witnessed a memorable event in the development of the cinema” S.M. Eisenstein

  • Arsenal

    February 25, 1929

    A soldier returns to Kyiv after surviving a train crash and encounters clashes between nationalists and collectivists.

  • Earth

    April 8, 1930

    In the peaceful countryside, Vassily opposes the rich kulaks over the coming of collective farming.

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