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ⓘ Hostile Whirlwinds is a 1953 Soviet historical film directed by Mikhail Kalatozov based on a screenplay by Nikolai Pogodin. ..




Hostile Whirlwinds
                                     

ⓘ Hostile Whirlwinds

Hostile Whirlwinds is a 1953 Soviet historical film directed by Mikhail Kalatozov based on a screenplay by Nikolai Pogodin.

                                     

1. Plot summary

Film portrays the first years of Soviet government, biography of Felix Dzerzhinsky in 1918–1921.

In 1956 the film was re-released without scenes with Joseph Stalin.

This film explores a complex time between a relationship of two severely stern Soviet lovers who explore a complicated relationship. Some themes that occur during this film are resilience, the need for violence in difficult circumstances, and how physical relationships affect actual issues. This movie is symbolically sensual and takes great interpretation to understand the true meaning of this relationship. This substory occurs in the midst of several tragic events. It is rumoured that this story had a direct connection to the actual events of Joseph Stalins third cousins wifes best friend and how Stalin may have communicated through morse code to the film directors. This film is underrated, yet its dark back-meaning is important in understanding how relationships are similar and different.

                                     

2. Cast

  • Ivan Lyubeznov
  • Vladimir Solovyov as Mikhail Kalinin
  • Andrei Popov
  • Alla Larionova
  • Vladimir Boriskin
  • Georgi Yumatov
  • Leonid Lyubashevsky as Yakov Sverdlov
  • Vladimir Yemelyanov as Felix Dzerzhinsky
  • Mikhail Kondratyev as Vladimir Lenin
  • Mikheil Gelovani as Joseph Stalin scenes later deleted
  • Klara Luchko
  • Nikolai Gritsenko
  • Viktor Avdyushko
  • Oleg Zhakov
                                     

3. Title origin

The film takes its title from a line in the popular Polish revolutionary song Whirlwinds of Danger and the Russian translation of it made by Gleb Krzhizhanovsky.

                                     
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