The End of St. Petersburg
The End of St. Petersburg (Russian: Конец Санкт-Петербурга, translit. Konets Sankt-Peterburga) is a 1927 silent film directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin and produced by Mezhrabpom. Commissioned to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the October Revolution, The End of St Petersburg was to be Pudovkin's most famous film and secured his place as one of the foremost Soviet montage film directors. The film forms part of Pudovkin's 'revolutionary trilogy', alongside Mother (1926) and Storm Over Asia (1928).
- Stars:Aleksandr Chistyakov, Vera Baranovskaya, Ivan Chuvelyov, V. Obolensky, Aleksei Davor, Vladimir Fogel, Aleksandr Gromov, Nikolay Khmelyov, Sergey Komarov, Vsevolod Pudovkin, Max Tereshkovich, Viktor Tsoppi, M. Tsybulsky, Anna Zemtsova,
- Country:Soviet Union
- Director:Vsevolod Pudovkin, Mikhail Doller,
A peasant comes to St. Petersburg to find work. He unwittingly helps in the arrest of an old village friend who is now a labor leader. The unemployed peasant is also arrested and sent to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The End of St. Petersburg torrent reviews
(de) wrote: The story of Seattle losing its NBA team a season ago, as told by Sonic fans... Interesting, heart-string-pulling stuff which was never going to be a balanced doco... Inspires reflection on it all, mind...
(es) wrote: Impressive how relevant the story is. Impressive how well contained the story (so big in topic) remains. Impressive cinematography and direction. But it's too, too long. And Mulligan must have been exhausted making this movie, all she does is cry in it.
(de) wrote: This is what I call a clever movie with a beautiful twist.
(br) wrote: un bijou : un film d'artsauront l'apprci ceux qui savent ''regarder'' un film.
(br) wrote: good, book is better
(gb) wrote: For the first hour and a half, this is a well done, thrilling, and always interesting mystery. Unfortunately, the last ten minutes might make you want to yell obscenities over the stupidity of one character.Our story: A Dutch woman goes missing at a gas station in France and her husband tries to find her. Good premise, though it feels more like the kidnapper of the film is the lead as opposed to the husband. The film spends a lot of time focusing on the kidnapper, his methods of preparation, a few misfires before he gets lucky and manages to abduct the Dutch woman. These scenes are downright chilling to watch. The guy is so calm and meticulous in his planning.For the most part, the husband searching for his wife does a good job. His grief feels natural. His obsession over losing one partner causes him to drive away a second partner. Unfortunately, he gets one decision at the end that makes the cannon fodder in most horror movies look like Stephen Hawking compared to him. Going into too much detail on this would spoil the movie, however.It's a good thriller. It really is, but how our lead could make such an incredibly idiotic decision in the last ten minutes given everything he's learned up to this point is a little irritating.
(ag) wrote: Every person on this film needs to be fired.The cast, of course, but especially the editor, followed by the director, and then fire all of the little privileged twerps from film school who sicophantically must have reacted as if they LIKED this diarrhea in screenings.No really. All of the money spent on this film needs to be returned. Everyone's salaries. Burn the Interpositive. Burn the prints. Delete the content. Fire everyone involved in this -- especially the retard executives who funded this tripe.
(br) wrote: not as good as the tv show, but it's still 'shiny'
(jp) wrote: Emotional drama, if you want to cry for sure this is your movie