History of the Russian revolution and the following Civil War.
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Gennadi Glagolev ...
 Nikolay Vtoroy (1993) (unknown episodes)
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Kon belyy (aka...White horse) is an epic, set in Russia during the years of the Bolshevik revolution and the Civil War. The dramatic events in Russia are shown through the fate of Admiral Kolchak, the last "ruler" of the Tzarist Russia and the White Army. A white horse is prepared for his planned triumphal entry into Moscow. But instead, Kolchak is fighting in Siberia, investigating the murder of the Tzar's family. The people of Russia are shown divided into opposing classes. Written by Steve Shelokhonov

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The first and possibly only true story about civil war in Russia
23 June 2004 | by (Latvia) – See all my reviews

This movie is like a backfire to all those soviet movies about war, used in propaganda ways, where the bolsheviks were served as heroes, but this movie tells all the truth about bolsheviks nad white guards and unbelievably sad destiny of Russia and its people, in the hands of evil. This movie shows people who was fighting against whom, not in propaganda ways, but to show Russian people,who were they warshiping all these years. For non-Russian audience this movie will also be a good lesson in history, cos when I watched Dr.Zhivago I were feeling, as I was watching another soviet propogandic movie.

The cast is pretty good,but editing in not. Couse being the ONLY true story movie about civil war, I give 9/10


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