Saturday, August 11, 2007
Alexander Dovzhenko (1894-1956)
I cannot create films without grandfathers. I am lost without a grandfather. A grandfather is the prism of time.
[Soviet democracy was] the greatest lie and hypocrisy which humanity ever knew.
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Soviet film director. His more important films include Earth (1930), Zemlya (1930), Arsenal (1928) and Aerograd (1935). Dovzhenko directed at least 13 other films. His last film was Poema o more or Poem of the Sea (released 1959).
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