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Russia Challenge (Official, January 2019)

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Post by funkybusiness » December 28th, 2018, 1:48 am

с Новым годом!

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Goal:
Watch as many Russian* (including Soviet) films as possible in the month of March январь in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Eighteen Nineteen!

Rules:

- A feature film (Anything over 40 minutes) counts as one entry
- A total of 60 minutes of short films count as one entry
- For Mini-Series (40 minute episodes or longer) each episode counts as an entry.
- For Mini-Series with shorter episodes (25 minutes or so), the 60 minute rule applies.
- "Regularly occurring" television programs ineligible, i.e.; only Mini-Series/Limited Series/One-Offs/Made-for-TV films, &c.
- Soviet era films from the various Republics eligible.
- Post-Soviet era films from former Republics are ineligible.
- Rewatches allowed.

Official iCM lists:
Livejournal Russian Top 100
Russian Guild Of Film Critics - Best Russian Films

Unofficial lists:
Seance's Best Russian Films
Local Heros megalist 1000+ Quintessential Russian Movies
Golden 100 of Russian animation
100 Classics of Russian and Eastern European Cinema
Soviet and Russian submissions for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film
Ministry of Culture's 100 Russian Movies Recommended for Pupils
Movies on Mosfilm.ru free for streaming with English subtitles

Streaming:
Mosfilm's Youtube Channel
RVision's Youtube Channel
RVision but in English?
Lenfilm's Youtube Channel
Classic Soviet Film's Youtube Channel
Jonathan Rosenbaum's Essential (Russian et. al.) FilmsShow
Ditya bolshogo goroda 1914
Stachka 1925
Shakhmatnaya goryachka 1925
Bronenosets Potemkin 1925
Po zakonu 1926
Mat 1926
Oktyabr 1928
Arsenal 1929
Staroye i novoye 1929
Chelovek s kino-apparatom 1929
Novyy Vavilon 1929
Zemlya 1930
Entuziazm (Simfoniya Donbassa) 1931
Ivan 1932
Dezertir 1933
Velikiy uteshitel 1933
Aerograd 1935
Aleksandr Nevskiy 1938
Detstvo Gorkogo 1938
Ivan Groznyy 1945
Ivan Groznyy. Skaz vtoroy: Boyarskiy zagovor 1958
Tini zabutykh predkiv 1965
Zacharovannaya Desna 1964
Andrey Rublev 1966
Sayat Nova 1969
Solyaris 1972
Stalker 1979
Astenicheskiy sindrom 1990
Vostochnaya elegiya 1996
Tikhie stranitsy 1994
Khrustalyov, mashinu! 1998
Russkiy kovcheg 2002
Okraina 1933
Vesyolye rebyata 1934
Kivski Freski 1966
Obyknovennyy fashizm 1965


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Post by funkybusiness » December 28th, 2018, 1:52 am

I don't think the 2019 challenge rules and ideas discussion thread ever came to any consensus (no polls, what!) so I went with option f. host decides regarding tv. but there wasn't an issue in last year's challenge so hopefully there isn't one this time around. but basically, you can't count things like russian snooker broadcasts or that farmer dating reality show for the challenge.

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Post by sol » December 28th, 2018, 2:54 am

funkybusiness wrote:
December 28th, 2018, 1:52 am
I don't think the 2019 challenge rules and ideas discussion thread ever came to any consensus (no polls, what!) so I went with option f. host decides regarding tv.
The consensus was that a poll was not wanted on the issue, with indeed Option F considered as the logical way forward.

I'm going to have to make a judgment call myself when it comes to hosting the Rosenbaum Challenge (assuming nobody else comes forward and says that they are desperate to host it). With The Wire and Borgen both in the Essentials list, I'm tempted to go with 2 episodes = 1 point to create a more level playing field than a single episode (more than 40 but less than 60 minutes) being worth 1 point. Might also add this issue to the Future Challenges thread in case anybody has further feedback/suggestions on the issue.

Oh, and for what it's worth, I'm planning to watch some of the TV stuff on the two Official Russian lists, all of which I think counts as miniseries (unless I'm mistaken).
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Post by funkybusiness » December 28th, 2018, 6:32 am

yeah while I usually fall on the more lenient side of things tv-wise, I do think an effort should be made in challenges to tend towards viewing more filmic things. I don't want people leaving a russian equivalent tmz stream running all day and racking up 16 points of tabloid news or badger wrestling or tennis analysis. or whatever. yaknowwhatimean?

so I end up putting something that sounds strict in the OP, but if you (general/plural, not specifically just sol) have any questions, just ask. that's what a host is for, or else it'd all be automated. helpful but in a slightly dictatorial manner.

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Post by mjf314 » December 28th, 2018, 7:07 am

Here's another list that you can add to the OP: https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/sean ... ms/mjf314/

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Post by funkybusiness » December 28th, 2018, 7:19 am

mjf314 wrote:
December 28th, 2018, 7:07 am
Here's another list that you can add to the OP: https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/sean ... ms/mjf314/
thanks, that's a good looking list

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Post by 72allinncallme » December 28th, 2018, 2:08 pm

I’m not going to participate, but you can stream a bunch of (official) movies here:
https://sovietmoviesonline.com

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Post by weirdboy » December 28th, 2018, 3:34 pm

I only have a couple of unwatched Russian films on my current watch list as I have been squeezing in a few at a time for the past several months. On the other hand I do have a TV miniseries 17 Moments of Spring) that I have been told is outstanding and been meaning to watch for a while.

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Post by 3eyes » December 28th, 2018, 3:46 pm

72allinncallme wrote:
December 28th, 2018, 2:08 pm
I’m not going to participate, but you can stream a bunch of (official) movies here:
https://sovietmoviesonline.com
Oh wow! Slobber slobber.

I hope my participation in this year's challenges is going to be minimal, but this site will last me a long time regardless of how many I watch this month. In (modestly, insh'Allah)
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Post by Knaldskalle » December 31st, 2018, 6:34 am

In. Dunno how much I'll get around to watching, but I'll do what I can.
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Post by sol » January 1st, 2019, 5:11 am

It starts!

1. Solaris (1972) REVISION

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Combining the mysteries of deep space with themes of grief, loneliness and what it means to be human, Andrei Tarkovsky's Solaris is a riveting watch. It is very deliberately paced, yet has seldom a boring moment as Tarkovsky makes his film about mood, tension and uncertainty as opposed to the thrills and chills. The film also benefits from a memorable melancholy ending that highlights just how vulnerable we as human beings are due to our inability to control our own thoughts.
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Post by funkybusiness » January 1st, 2019, 5:24 am

ahhh! you beat me to it! Pesky 'stralian time-shifting. and a triple right off the bat!

I plan to kick off my challenge viewings with The Irony of Fate after midnight.

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Post by sol » January 1st, 2019, 5:36 am

funkybusiness wrote:
January 1st, 2019, 5:24 am
ahhh! you beat me to it! Pesky 'stralian time-shifting. and a triple right off the bat!

I plan to kick off my challenge viewings with The Irony of Fate after midnight.
Not midnight at your end of the world yet? It's already early Tuesday afternoon here. :whistling: I would have liked to have posted about Solaris even earlier. I started watching it after my guests left on New Year's Eve, but only got 49 minutes in before I felt too sleepy and went to bed. Finished it off today after minimal sleep, something that definitely adds to the film. It's a movie that works best when you're tired and your mind can wander, much like the characters in the film who start to question their reality.
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Post by funkybusiness » January 1st, 2019, 5:41 am

It's not even close to midnight. I do plan on rewatching Solaris some time this month. Got that shiny new french Potemkin remaster. and if I really feel Tarkovsky-crazy this month I'll watch the workprint of it as well.

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Post by weirdboy » January 1st, 2019, 6:18 am

funkybusiness wrote:
January 1st, 2019, 5:41 am
It's not even close to midnight. I do plan on rewatching Solaris some time this month. Got that shiny new french Potemkin remaster. and if I really feel Tarkovsky-crazy this month I'll watch the workprint of it as well.
What's this about a Potempkin remaster?

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Post by funkybusiness » January 1st, 2019, 6:21 am

weirdboy wrote:
January 1st, 2019, 6:18 am
funkybusiness wrote:
January 1st, 2019, 5:41 am
It's not even close to midnight. I do plan on rewatching Solaris some time this month. Got that shiny new french Potemkin remaster. and if I really feel Tarkovsky-crazy this month I'll watch the workprint of it as well.
What's this about a Potempkin remaster?
I now realize that's a confusing statement. Potemkin is the name of a boutique label in France. Earlier this year/last year (time-zone dependent) they released the new remaster of Solaris on bluray. It's significantly better than the one Criterion put out in 2011.

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Post by sol » January 1st, 2019, 1:49 pm

The Russians are Coming! The Russians are Coming!Show
1. Solaris (1972) REVISION

2. Solaris (1968)

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Produced for Soviet television, this black and white version of Lem's tale has really cheap special effects, but the set design is quite innovative and the filmmakers frequently use shadows and dark lighting to excellent effect - in particular the way shadows cross over the wife's face upon sudden appearance (see above). The conclusion here is less powerful than in the other two versions and the on/off nature of Kelvin's voiceover narration always seems a little weird. On the other hand, having him narrate his thoughts aloud leads to some interesting streams of consciousness rants.
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Post by allisoncm » January 1st, 2019, 9:20 pm

1. Brat/Brother (1997) 6/10

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Post by sebby » January 2nd, 2019, 2:06 am

funkybusiness wrote:
December 28th, 2018, 1:52 am
basically, you can't count things like russian snooker broadcasts or that farmer dating reality show for the challenge.
gaaahdamn motherfucking shit.

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Post by Knaldskalle » January 2nd, 2019, 3:19 am

sebby wrote:
January 2nd, 2019, 2:06 am
funkybusiness wrote:
December 28th, 2018, 1:52 am
basically, you can't count things like russian snooker broadcasts or that farmer dating reality show for the challenge.
gaaahdamn motherfucking shit.
Yeah, no farmer dating shows totally ruins the atmosphere of this challenge.
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Post by jdidaco » January 2nd, 2019, 4:03 am

Thanks for hosting, funkybusiness. Happy New Year!

Two from Russia,

1. Dom, kotoryy postroil Svift (The House That Swift Built, Mark Zakharov, 1982) 9.5/10
2. Na zlatom kryltse sideli (Sitting on the Golden Porch, Boris Rytsarev, 1987) 8/10

(I wanted a screenshot from the genie ('Na zlatom kryltse sideli'), but that's the best (and smaller) I could find)

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Post by funkybusiness » January 2nd, 2019, 6:13 am

Knaldskalle wrote:
January 2nd, 2019, 3:19 am
sebby wrote:
January 2nd, 2019, 2:06 am
funkybusiness wrote:
December 28th, 2018, 1:52 am
basically, you can't count things like russian snooker broadcasts or that farmer dating reality show for the challenge.
gaaahdamn motherfucking shit.
Yeah, no farmer dating shows totally ruins the atmosphere of this challenge.
Yeah but I think they count for the Fantasy Challenge.

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Post by Knaldskalle » January 2nd, 2019, 6:34 am

1. Operation 'Y' and Other Shurik's Adventures (Gaidai, 1965). Well, since we can't watch farmer dating shows, we'll have to resort to the next best thing, Soviet Comedies. This was better than most of the ones I've seen - but still not really anything special. Amusing most of the time, but not actually enough to lift it into funny territory.
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Post by jeroeno » January 2nd, 2019, 7:23 am

01. Zima mertvetsov. Metelitsa (Winter of the Dead) (2012)
02. Dizlayk (Dislike) (2016)
03. Shoping-tur (Shopping Tour) (2012)
04. Bolshoe kosmicheskoe puteshestvie (The Big Space Journey) (1975)

Yup, zombies, cannibals and kids in space. Loving this challenge already :D

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Post by clemmetarey » January 2nd, 2019, 9:23 am

1. Kavkazskaya plennitsa, ili Novye priklyucheniya Shurika (1967) 6/10
Silly but I had a good time. And the bear song is indeed an highlight.

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Post by allisoncm » January 3rd, 2019, 2:46 am

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1. Brat/Brother (1997) 6/10
2. Vysota (1957) 4.5/10

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Post by allisoncm » January 3rd, 2019, 4:34 am

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1. Brat/Brother (1997) 6/10
2. Vysota (1957) 4.5/10
3. Sto dney posle detstva/One Hundred Days After Childhood (1975) 6/10

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Post by jeroeno » January 3rd, 2019, 5:29 am

5. Mechte navstrechu (A Dream Come True) (1963)

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Post by sol » January 3rd, 2019, 6:05 am

The Russians are Coming! The Russians are Coming!Show
1. Solaris (1972) REVISION
2. Solaris (1968)

3. Loveless (2017)

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With lengthy, lethargic shots of Russia's cold exteriors, director Andrey Zvyagintsev establishes much bleakness here from early on, and after a powerful moment in which we suddenly realise that the son has eavesdropped on a fight, his choice to flee is always understandable. The film is more about his parents though who are a little too narcissistic and self-absorbed to like (perhaps the point but still). The film has lots and lots of explicit sexual scenes and much bickering in the lead-up to the search, but the search itself is at least pretty intense.
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Post by allisoncm » January 3rd, 2019, 6:05 am

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1. Brat/Brother (1997) 6/10
2. Vysota (1957) 4.5/10
3. Sto dney posle detstva/One Hundred Days After Childhood (1975) 6/10
4. Chastnaya zhizn/Private Life (1982) 5.5/10

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Post by maxwelldeux » January 3rd, 2019, 6:54 am

1. Dom na Trubnoy (1928)

A few funny bits, but this didn't really do much for me.

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Post by hurluberlu » January 3rd, 2019, 4:40 pm

Will focus on Russian directors born in the 30s (Tarkovsky, Klimov, Shepitko, Panfilov, German, Konchalovskiy,..).

1. Welcome, or No Trespassing / Dobro pozhalovat, ili Postoronnim vkhod vospreshchen (Elem Klimov, 1964) 8

Charming comedy about a summer camp for kids and the director's arbitrary rules to protect them from questionable dangers, which also serves as a metaphor of USSR and its political system. Camera placement and composition, especially filming crowds, are very inventive and perfectly capturing the contrast between forced discipline and freedom at reach. This is "only" Klimov final graduation work at Moscow's FIlm School but an impressive piece of work nonetheless. And funny.

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Post by allisoncm » January 4th, 2019, 2:14 am

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1. Brat/Brother (1997) 6/10
2. Vysota (1957) 4.5/10
3. Sto dney posle detstva/One Hundred Days After Childhood (1975) 6/10
4. Chastnaya zhizn/Private Life (1982) 5.5/10
5. Assa (1988) 6/10

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Post by sol » January 4th, 2019, 2:51 am

From Russia with LoveShow
1. Solaris (1972) REVISION
2. Solaris (1968)
3. Loveless (2017)

4. Kin-dza-dza ! (1986)

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Koo? Ku! This Soviet sci-fi film certainly gets to a promising start with a bouncy music score and much zaniness in the crafts that the aliens travel in, as well as their linguistic difficulties. Things get less interesting though as they manage to communicate in Russian and the novelty of the premise soon evaporates with many repetitive scenes of them traversing the planet's deserts in search of supplies to return home. The film is seldom short on imagination though, and from ferris wheel alien homes to bizarre singing rituals, there is lots to like here even if it runs a little long.
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Post by jeroeno » January 4th, 2019, 5:50 am

6. Setteeh Sir (Cursed Ground) (1996)

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Post by Knaldskalle » January 4th, 2019, 5:52 am

2. Kin-Dza-Dza! (Daneliya, 1986). Ku!

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2. Kin-Dza-Dza! (Daneliya, 1986)
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Post by maxwelldeux » January 4th, 2019, 6:17 am

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1. Dom na Trubnoy (1928)
2. Ostrov AKA The Island (2006) <--- Bronze on Top 100 Spiritually Significant Films :banana:

A weird monk lives in a monastery in the north of Russia. While his fellow monks don't understand him, lay people keep coming to visit him, as they think he is able to heal people. As far as film quality, this was quite good. Some great scenery shots and good pacing for the story. I just didn't care about it - I always struggle to get into pro-religious films (e.g., Andrei Rublev), and this was no different.

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Post by sol » January 4th, 2019, 7:02 am

From Russia with LoveShow
1. Solaris (1972) REVISION
2. Solaris (1968)
3. Loveless (2017)
4. Kin-dza-dza ! (1986)

5. Test Pilot Pirx (1979)

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Based on a short story by Stanislaw Lem, as per Solaris and Ikarie XB-1, this film is at its best when exploring the central mystery (who on the crew is a human/android) and deep space uncertainties. As various crew members begin to confess their identity to the pilot, he has to weigh up both their testimonies as well as the evidence that they collected on others, playing sleuth. There is some great dialogue in the mix too ("it's better to be a machine than not exist at all") and eerie sets. The special effects vary in quality though.
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Post by funkybusiness » January 4th, 2019, 7:06 am

music by Arvo Pärt

what? wow. never heard of the film.

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Post by sol » January 4th, 2019, 7:41 am

funkybusiness wrote:
January 4th, 2019, 7:06 am
music by Arvo Pärt

what? wow. never heard of the film.
And the music in the film is pretty decent at that. I don't think I would have ever heard of the film either were it not for my own fascination with Stanislaw Lem and interest in seeing as many film adaptation as I can. I would recommend the film if you're interested in Lem. There's also some novelty value in the film being a Soviet Estonian production, though The Dead Mountaineer's Hotel is probably my favourite film from that period in Estonia's film history.
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