Mikhalkov , Burned by the Sun and Stalinism Movie Review (Movie Review Sample)
Movie link: https://sovietmoviesonline.com/drama/89-utomlennye-solncem.html
Please watch the movie "Burnt by the Sun" and answer the following question:
How does Mikhalkov look at the times of Stalinism in this picture? With nostalgia? Critically? Does he condemn Stalin? If so how?
Burnt by the Sun
Burnt by the Sun
Burnt by the sun is a movie that was released on April 21, 1995. I was directed by Nikita Mikhalkov, who also doubled as the main actor. It is an award-winning movie about the tough times of the Stalinism era. In this movie, it is evident that Mikhalvok looks at Stalinism critically prioritizing moral and human values.
Even though Mikhalkov uses humor in the movie, he looks at Stalinism critically. Stalinism is a period that came before the Second World War and it was
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