TWO DAYS (Dva Dni)
with musical accompaniment by Stephen Horne
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Showings
Castro TheatreSun, Jun 4 6:30 PM
$16 general / $14 member - no service charge!
Not Available
 
Film Info
Director:Heorhii Stabovyi
Cast:Ivan Zamychkovskyi
Sergey Minin
Valeriy Hakkebush
O. Nazarova
Year:1927
Country:USSR
Total Run Time:60 min.
Description

Set during the 1917–21 Civil War in Ukraine, Two Days tells the story of a faithful servant, Anton, who remains behind to guard the master’s mansion as the family flees the approaching Bolsheviks. In the chaos of their escape, the landowner’s young son is left behind and Anton hides the boy in the attic. The Bolsheviks arrive to occupy the house, and it turns out that Anton’s son—whose political beliefs run counter to his father’s—is their leader. What unfolds is a complex drama, full of nuance and expressively told.

Musical accompaniment by Stephen Horne

Copresented by Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive

 

Restoration by Oleksandr Dovzhenko Centre

Presented in 35mm


Children under the age of 10 are admitted free.