Boris Barnet – Okraina aka Outskirts (1933)

Jonathan Rosenbaum wrote:
The first sound film by Boris Barnet, one of the least seen and appreciated masters of the Russian cinema, this 1933 feature follows the impact of World War I on a village. Barnet takes nothing for granted, using sound as no one else had before or since and in the process reinventing the way we experience silence as well as sound. His view of war is expressed in uncanny emotional registers: scenes that begin tragically end comically and vice versa, and one of the more touching story lines involves a woman who falls in love with a German prisoner. Adapted by Barnet and Konstantin Finn from Finn’s novel, this is strong and indelible.

1.86GB | 1h 35m | 722×542 | mkv

https://nitro.download/view/1C533AE748DDBCE/Okraina_-_Boris_Barnet_(1933).mkv
or
https://tezfiles.com/file/e710464c4f1e5/Okraina_-_Boris_Barnet_%281933%29.mkv

Language:Russian,German
Subtitles:English

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