Childhood of Maxim Gorky - Hyperkino
€6.55 for 1 pcs.
- Soyuzdetfilm, 1938
The Childhood of Maxim Gorky, tells the story of Aleksei Peshkov a 12 year old boy, living in 19th Century Russia, who would later be known as Maxim Gorky, possibly Russia's most famous and celebrated novelist and dramatist. Made in 1938, the film is based on Gorky's autobiography `My Childhood', and is rich and powerful film which will capture your attention from the beginning.
Naturally, being made in 1938, the film is in black and white, although the story is so colorful and vibrant, with characters so alive, you would be forgiven for thinking the film was made much later. This movie definitely does not feel its age.
Varvara Massalitinova / Mikhail Troyanovsky / Alexey Lyarsky / Daniil Sagal / Elizaveta Alexeeva / Vladimir Novikov
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