Silver Age. (1991)
AnnotationThe film is about the rise of Russian culture on the verge of two nineteenth and twentieth centuries, dubbed the "Silver Age".
Reel №1 Silver Age
1st and 2nd part.
Hardwood floors, crumbling walls, spiral staircase inside the dilapidated old apartment building in Moscow.
Playing cards are slowly coming down in a dark room (Rapid).
Silhouette portrait of the poet Alexander Blok, Bryusov and others.
Paintings V.E.Borisova-Musatov, Benoit, Nesterov, Nicholas Roerich, Mikhail Vrubel, Valentin Serov.
Buildings constructed in the style of "Moscow Art Nouveau."
The plaque on the house in Moscow, where they lived representatives of the Benois family, Lancer, Serebryakov.
Newsreel footage of pre-revolutionary: Emperor Nicholas II bypasses rank soldiers held in a crowd from the balcony of the building stands in front of people gathered on the square; passers-by on the streets of a foreign city, a young woman on the bridge poses for the camera.
Fragments from the silent feature films.
Key wordsArchitecture. Painting. Literature. City. Cinema.
Culture and Arts