serdar002 en Cine Clásico escribió:Synopsis from the secret history of Russian cinema Timoshka, the best accordion player in the village and the life of every party, accepts a very important job as head of the local chapter of the Communist youth. He is now no longer Timoshka, but has to be called Timofej Vasilyevich or Comrade Dudin; he can no longer entertain people with his music, but has to solemnly remind everyone of their responsibility. At first the youngsters in the village make fun of him with sarcastic songs, but he is unwavering and abandons his accordion. Tosklivyj, one of his classmates and an enemy (played by Savchenko himself), makes up songs to deviate the best kolkhoz workers and thus sabotage their work. His captivating songs have the desired effect on the youngsters (and what’s more they are by far the best in the film and became very popular, which is probably not what the authors of the film wanted, in that Tosklivyj was the villain of the piece). Comrade Dudin, or Timofej, realises what’s going on and takes up his accordion again: he manages to get people involved once more, happiness reigns once more in the village and everyone runs off to dance the “young communists’ polka”.
Guión: Igor Savchenko; basado en el poema de Aleksandr Zharov.
Reparto: Zoya Fyodorova, Pyotr Savin, Igor Savchenko, Nikolay Gorlov, Nikolai Yarochkin, Nikolai Zyryanov.
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