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Novy Vavilon


Coming at the end of the silent-film era, Grigori Kozyntsev and Leonid Trauberg's Leonid Trauberg became buried in the Western rush to sound. Kozyntsev and Trauberg employ impressionistic cutting and metaphoric compositions to depict the times of the Franco-Prussian War and the Paris Commune of 1870-1871. Centered upon a Paris department store and the struggling French army, there is a constant contrast of emphasis between the capitalism functionaries at the department store and the soldiers at the...more