Artikelnummer 5266

DVA DNYA (1927) * with switchable English subtitles *

Grigori Stobovoi Writer: Solomon Lazurin Stars: Ivan Zamychkovsky, Sergei Minin, Valeriy Gakkebush

The Ukraine, sometime during the Civil War (1918 - 21): A landowner and his family flee their estate, when Bolshevik troops appear on the outskirts of the town. Their faithful doorman, Anton, stays behind to guard the family valuables, which he's buried in the garden. In the chaos of flight, the landowner's son gets separated from his family and returns to the estate. Anton hides him in the home's small attic. That evening, Bolsheviks --- commanded by Anton's son, Andriy --- occupy the mansion. Anton doesn't share his son's radical views and restrains himself from showing affection to the boy. Not long afterwards, the landlord's son notices that Andriy has found the family jewels in the garden. When the White Army returns to the town the following day, the landlord's son betrays Andriy to his enemies and he's executed as a Bolshevik agent. In his despair, Anton sets the estate on fire.

DVD-R is silent with Ukrainian intertitles and switchable English subtitles.  Approx. 57 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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