Soviet Union

Earth (1930)

Fiction Other Title: Zemlya, Зeмля Director: Alexander Dovzhenko Genre: silent film Country: Soviet Union Language: Length: 76 Minutes See Earth (1930) on Synopsis: Earth (Зeмля, Zemlya) is a 1930 film from the Soviet Union, shot in Ukraine, directed by Alexander Dovzhenko. The rather slight story centers on the Opanas family, farmers in a small Ukranian village. Vasyl, an enthusiastic young communist, is a strong advocate of collectivization, the process of grouping privately owned farms into collective farms to be shared by all. His father Opanas is skeptical, and the local kulaks (rich farmers), led by the Bilokin family, resist

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Soviet Union, Ukraine