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The Image of the Time of Troubles in the 1939 Film by Vsevolod Pudovkin “Minin and Pozharsky”

Student: Tatiana Guseva

Supervisor: Evgeny N. Trefilov

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Contemporary History Studies in History Instruction at Secondary Schools (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

THE IMAGE OF THE TIME OF TROUBLES IN THE 1939 FILM BY VSEVOLOD PUDOVKIN “MININ AND POZHARSKY” T. V. GUSEVA The annual celebration of national unity day gives an opportunity to turn to Vsevolod Pudovkin's film to analyze the image of The Time of Troubles created in the film. The success of the 1939 film proved unattainable for modern Directors of historical films about the same period. Relations with Poland are now again complicated. For these reasons, we investigated the history of the film "Minin and Pozharsky" and determined which persons and events influenced the image of The Time of Troubles created in the film. Keywords: pre-war cinema, time of Troubles, Minin and Pozharsky, Pudovkin, Shklovsky.

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