Dovzhenko Film Earth is a silent, black-and-white film with subtitles, shot an outstanding Ukrainian film director Alexander Dovzhenko. This film is one of the most famous pictures taken at the time of the Soviet Union. In this film shows scenes of peasants, their work on earth and love to work.
April 8, 1930 held prym’yera showing in cinemas Kyiv, but already after 9 days of communist propaganda censorship banned for showing this movie. Eventually kinoshedevr became popular in the west and received many awards. In this connection, will leave in 1958 allowed the show this movie in alliance.
Dovzhenko Film earth – a landmark film about the simple Ukrainian people working on the ground in spite of any complexity.