Most Popular Titles With Ivan Koval-Samborsky
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2. Devushka s korobkoy (1927)
60 min | Comedy, Drama, Romance
Natasha and her grandfather live in a cottage near Moscow, making hats for Madame Irène. Madame and her husband have told the housing committee that Natasha rents a room from them; this ... See full summary »
3. Miss Mend (1926)
250 min | Adventure, Comedy, Crime
Three reporters and an office girl are trying to stop a bacteriological strike by some powerful western business leaders against the USSR.
4. Shakhmatnaya goryachka (1925)
28 min | Comedy, Short
With an international chess tournament in progress, a young man becomes completely obsessed with the game. His fiancée has no interest in it, and becomes frustrated and depressed by his ... See full summary »
10. Melodie der Welt (1929)
40 min | Documentary
An impression of the state of the world in 1929, contrasting similarities and differences in religion, customs, art and entertainment from all over the world. The film is constructed like a symphony.
11. Man from the Restaurant (1927)
62 min | Drama
An elderly man works as a waiter at a luxurious restaurant. He's content and full of hope, and treasures his family more than anything. But it's time of the First World War and news from the front change his life.
17. Concentration Camp (1938)
Approved | 69 min | Drama, War
This story of the Nazi prison camps in the 1930s deals with the attempts of the Nazi guards to break the spirit of the Communists in concentration camps. The film ends with a large worker's... See full summary »
19. The Yellow Ticket (1928)
80 min | Drama
Jacob, a farmer, returns from the war to his wife Marie and begs the landlord baron for a plot of land to rent. The Baron grants the request, but only for a barren, rocky, useless acreage. ... See full summary »
20. Poet (1957)
96 min | Drama
The Bolsheviks try to retake a Russian city from tsarist and French forces in the aftermath of the Revolution. A local poet helps the Bolsheviks with writing two poems, one for the May Day celebration and one for the celebration of the Bolshevik victory against tsarist and foreign forces.