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Deserter (1933)
"Dezertir" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  12 October 1934 (USA)
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A wise and forgiving communist leader decides to send a young worker, Karl Renn, as an international delegate to the Soviet Union after the worker had deserted a picket-line and had ... See full summary »

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Boris Livanov ...
Vasili Kovrigin ...
Aleksandr Chistyakov ...
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Tamara Makarova ...
Newsgirl for the 'Red Courier'
Semyon Svashenko
Dmitri Konsovsky ...
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Yudif Glizer
M. Oleshchenko
Sergei Martinson
Maksim Shtraukh
Sergei Gerasimov
Sergey Komarov
Vladimir Uralsky
A. Besperstyj
N. Romanov
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A wise and forgiving communist leader decides to send a young worker, Karl Renn, as an international delegate to the Soviet Union after the worker had deserted a picket-line and had expressed doubts about the methods of class struggle in in his own country. Written by kinoeyeglasses <kino@glaz.edu>

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this is a copycat folks
26 April 2009 | by (belgium) – See all my reviews

I'm not familiar enough with Russian cinema, but it's obvious Dezertir and Bronenosets Potiomkin have a lot in common. the style, for instance. and the story too. the acting performances are the same as in all Eisensteins movies. so what can I say about Dezertir? Everything is the same as Eisensteins, even the montage resembles his cinematographic power. by the way, did I already told you about how boring Dezertir is? everybody says recognizable things, but in fact, it's exactly because we already know these situations that Dezertir is just a copycat of better pictures. A lot of close-ups can't rescue it. and it's irritating there's no lyp sync. I am really sorry I spent my money to see this BEEP. when the characters start to work (or, because of the story, begin to stop working), it's being seen with some nice music on the background. yes, the music is the best thing that can be said about Dezertir. I also liked the policeman, but rather for his uniform than for his acting or role in the story. you can easily go to the toilet without missing important information. okay, so maybe I complain a lot without seeing the movie in its right historical point of view. I don't care. that argument means we all should adore old pictures, which is not the case.


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