Aleksandr Gordon – Sergey Lazo (1968)

“A movie about the life and activities of the civil war hero Sergey Lazo (1894-1920), a poet, a publicist, a war strategist, a party activist, a diplomat fluent in several languages, a direct descendant of a noble Moldavian family, the son of a land-owner, a former student of the Moscow University and an officer of the tsarist army who determinately crossed over to the revolutionaries and headed the partisan movement during the struggle against the Japanese intervention in the Far East. At the age of 26 Lazo literally burnt in the revolutionary fire. The enemies threw him into the boiler of a steam locomotive and burnt him alive.

* Diploma of the Jury, Prize of the newspaper «Za Rodinu» of the Baltic military command, Prize for the Best Male Part at the Film Festival of the Baltic States, Byelorussia and Moldavia in Riga (1968)”
(Kinoglaz.fr)

Andrei Tarkovski himself contribute to the scenario of this movie and it is directed by Aleksandr Gordon, his student and friend.

1.09GB | 1h 25mn | 608×352 | mkv

https://nitroflare.com/view/9AED6B72179F451/Sergey_Lazo.avi

Language:Russian
Subtitles:None

One comment

  1. Thank you so much again! Another super rare film.

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