Kinoglaz

Synopsis:
Genre: Short
Year:
2004
17 min
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KINO EYE On Its First Reconnaisance

First Series of a Cycle "Tapestry of life"

Production of the Film Office of Goskino.

THE FIRST Non-fiction Film Thing

Without Actors

Outside the Studios.

Film Organized by

DZIGA VERTOV:

Camera Operator:

MIKHAIL KAUFMAN:

KINO EYE:

At the Church Holiday

or The Effect of Homemade

Vodka on the Village Women.

With the Village's "Young Pioneers."

Today is the International

Day of the Cooperative.

"Women Workers and Villagers, Go!"

Children's Cooperative.

With the City's Young Pioneers.

The Cooperative is Fighting...

the high Cost of Living.

Will You Help It?

The "Revolution" Troop was ordered

to investigate the marketplace.

Two girls, Kopuchuska and Anya.

The boy, Latishov.

How much is a drink?

Kopuchiska's mother is shopping for meat.

How much is the beef?

Don't buy from the private sector.

Buy from the cooperative.

At the Cooperative!

Moscow Province. Cooperative

of the Handicapped.

The First Red Supermarket.

The Cooperative receives meat

directly from the slaughterhouse.

Kino Eye moves time backwards.

What twenty minutes ago was a bull.

We give the bull back his entrails.

We dress the bull in his skin.

The bull comes back to life.

In the stockyards.

In the railroad cars.

Back to the herds.

The Young Pioneer, Latishov.

"A letter for you."

End of the first reel.

Morning at the camp of the Young Pioneers.

From the camp to the Cooperative.

Kopuchuska

Serving as the village barbers.

The tin shop helps the villagers.

The nursery children visit the camp.

We're Pioneers - New People.

You Can Trust Us.

Library.

"Thank you, children, you helped us a lot."

Kino Eye tells how this camp

was founded and built.

Gathering of the village troops.

Club House.

BE READY TO FIGHT FOR

THE WORKERS' STATE.

A few minutes remained

until the opening ceremony.

A worker.

A peasant.

"Now our children don't go to church,

but nonetheless I'm grateful."

The village's Young Pioneers.

"We, the village Pioneers,

will study with you."

"We will go with you step by step."

"Salute the flag!"

"Raise the flag!"

End of the Second Reel.

Kino Eye on the Chinese Magician.

How the Chinese magician

Chan-gi-Wan earns his bread.

Here is where the magic is.

"LOOK!"

"Look! A whole arm!"

Here is the arm, now you

see it, now you don't.

"There is nothing here.

"Nothing here."

"Now we'll make a live mouse."

The magician's pay is in units of bread.

From the Young Pioneer's diary:

"If the clock could go backwards,

the bread would return to the bakery."

Kino Eye continues

the Pioneer's thought.

From bread to dough.

From dough to batter.

The sacks of flour back on the wagon.

At the mill.

The rye returns to the railroad cars.

The mother of one Komsomol

and five Young Pioneers.

The Pioneers at the village nursery.

Borya, leader of the troop.

"We must help a poor widow."

The poor widow's hovel.

The widow.

The Young Leninists help her.

Threshing.

"A letter for you."

Coming back from work.

They bathe.

Kino Eye shows how one dives properly.

End of the third reel.

Up the river to the village of Sannikovo.

Borya.

Kino Eye witnesses the birth of

the village troop of Young Leninists.

"Lenin worked all his life and fought

for the workers and peasants."

"Young Leninists continue this work."

Last day with the peasants' children.

The storming of the camp.

Farewell to the village.

At the same time, an elephant visits

the Young Pioneers in Moscow.

Tired.

As heavy as 350 people!

6:
00 a.m. On the way to the zoo.

Awakening.

End of the fourth reel.

Sleeping.

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