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Mezhplanetnaya revolyutsiya (1924)

A tale about Comrade Kominternov, the Red Army Warrior, who flew to Mars and vanquished all the capitalists on the planet. The film is a parody on the famous SF film "Aelita" from the same year.
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A tale about Comrade Kominternov, the Red Army Warrior, who flew to Mars and vanquished all the capitalists on the planet. The film is a parody on the famous SF film "Aelita" from the same year.

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18 August 1924 (Soviet Union)  »

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Interplanetary Revolution  »

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Early Soviet propaganda
17 September 2000 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

The spread of the Soviet revolution drives the blood sucking international capitalists to desperation, so they take their wealth and fly off into space, but even then cannot escape the wrath of the wronged workers.

The print I saw was only in Russian, but the plot is obvious and there is no mistaking the good from the bad guys.

Made using both stop motion and cell animation. More a curiosity than a work of art.


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