Arsenal (1929)

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A soldier returns to Kiev after surviving a train crash and encounters clashes between nationalists and collectivists.


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Director:

Aleksandr Dovzhenko

Writer:

Aleksandr Dovzhenko

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13 September 2005 | Spuzzlightyear
5
| Arsenal review!!
Another montage crazy film by the Russians here. Instead of Eisenstein laying it on thick, we have Alexander Dovzshenko getting into the act with 'Arsenal'. A film about, yes, the oppression of the people against the state! Instead of the Russians, this time we the Ukrainians becoming oppressed. Mainly set in a arsenal factory (!!) the people fight the threat of Government interference! Set to a frenetic score, Arsenal sure must have kept the editors busy with many crazy jump cuts going at a frenetic pace. What does it all mean? Not 100% sure, as some of the obvious symbolism just flew right by me. It's an OK movie if you're into that sort of stuff. (You know who you are).

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