11328>by Andrew J Horton ABSTRACT Kuleshov’s Velikii uteshitel’ has a curious place in film history. On the one hand, it is always mentioned in accounts of Russian film on the 1930s and praised as a brave stand against Stalinism. On the other hand, it is almost universally criticised and has received little detailed analysis beyond […]

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