Russia Cinema Golden Honey (1928)

Golden Honey (1928)

Directed by Vladimir Petrov; script by Nikolai Beresnev; camera by Vladimir Danashevsky; movie poster by Leonid Voronov and M. Yevstafiev.

Directed by Vladimir Petrov (1896–1966), this film no longer exists. It was the first serious attempt to address the reeducation of the homeless waifs orphaned in the revolution in a labour commune. The film anticipated Grigory Alexandrov’s A Ticket to Life (1931). The heroes and actors shared a similar fate, for the film marked the start of a new life for many of the performing orphans.

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