1931-1940DramaMargarita BarskayaUSSR

Margarita Barskaya – Rvanye bashmaki AKA Torn Shoes (1933)

The first sound film for children “Torn Shoes” was released in 1933 and won the world audience. It’s about kids from a poor family living in some European country (looks like pre-nazi Germany); two brothers have one pair of shoes for both. The author of the film Margarita Barskaya was proclaimed the leading director of child cinema. In 1937 she was repressed and her name was taken off the Soviet cinematography.

	
Rvanye.bashmaki.1933.avi

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Container:  	AVI
Runtime: 	1h 20mn
Size: 	1.17 GiB
Video
Codec: 	XviD
Resolution: 	704x528 
Aspect ratio:  	4:3
Frame rate: 	25.000 fps
Bit rate: 	1 955 Kbps
BPP: 	0.210
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https://nitro.download/view/44EFC3586D52A69/Rvanye.bashmaki.1933.avi

Language(s):Russian
Subtitles:None

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