By Emma Widdis
This primary creation to Alexander Medvedkin's filmmaking occupation strains his means of constructing a special model of cinematic satire in the course of the interval of the Soviet progressive test. utilizing unique archival fabric and Medvedkin's writings for his unfinished autobiography, Widdis explores the movies The Miracle employee, New Moscow and the experimental "film train"--or kinopoezd--as good because the movie Happiness.
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The film opens with the mine committee, which has met to discuss problems of low production and work discipline. The meeting is shot, as was frequently the case in the film-train productions, in what approximates to real time, with minimal use of montage. As such, the protracted inefficiency of The Film-Train 27 the committee is revealed, underlined by a focus on the accumulating pile of minutes and documents, which are – markedly – irrelevant to the facts of life in the mine that Karmazinsky sought to reveal.
At the end of the film, however, he is redeemed: when the evil Foka (also transported unaged into the future) tries to destroy the collective’s horses, Khmyr is galvanised into action and becomes a hero. His future in the new world is assured. 2 After the filmtrain experience, he was only too aware of the difficult reality of rural life in Soviet Russia. 3 In an essay published alongside the screenplay, Medvedkin offered his solution, and provided a substantial ideological justification for his new film.
2 After the filmtrain experience, he was only too aware of the difficult reality of rural life in Soviet Russia. 3 In an essay published alongside the screenplay, Medvedkin offered his solution, and provided a substantial ideological justification for his new film. It would focus, he said, on a common social type that he called the ‘left-behind collective farm worker’ (otstalyi kolkhoznik). These were peasants caught between two social orders (pre- and post-Revolutionary), and unwilling to engage with the concept of the collective’s shared goods.
Alexander Medvedkin: The Filmmaker's Companion 2 (The KINOfiles Filmmaker's Companions) by Emma Widdis