The Vyborg Side

Uploaded on Friday 24 December 2010


The Vyborg Side (Russian: Выборгская сторона) is a 1939 Soviet film directed by Grigori Kozintsev and Leonid Trauberg, the final part of trilogy about the life of a young factory worker, Maxim. The film was also released in the United States under the title New Horizons.
Following the Russian Revolution, Maksim is appointed state commissar in charge of the national bank. With great efforts, he learns the complexies of the banking trade and begins to fight off sabotaging underlings. Dymba, now a violent enemy of the Republic, tries to rob a wine store but is arrested with Maksim's help. Maksim also exposes a conspiracy of a group of tsarist officers who prepare an attempt against Lenin. He then joins the Red Army in its fight against the German occupation.

Выборгская сторона — художественный фильм Григория Козинцева и Леонида Трауберга, снятый в 1938 году.
Выборгская сторона — историческая часть Санкт-Петербурга, расположенная на правом берегу рек Нева и Большая Невка, центр революционного движения.Третья серия кинотрилогии о Максиме («Юность Максима» и «Возвращение Максима»), рассказывающая о первых месяцах жизни в Петрограде после революции 1917 года.Основные создатели фильма удостоены Сталинской премии первой степени.


Language: Russian

Length: 109:58

Country: Russian Federation

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