Dziga Vertov's Enthusiasm (Symphony of the Donbass) is considered a masterpiece of early sound film and of Soviet avant-garde cinema. Dealing with the Five Year Plan of the late 1920s, it was praised by artists like Charlie Chaplin, was subsequently forgotten, and rediscovered by the avant-garde movement of the 1960s.
|Original Title||Enthusiasm: The Symphony of Donbass|
|German Title||Enthusiasm: Die Donbass-Symphonie|
|French Title||La symphonie de Donbass|
|Other Titles||Sinfonia del Donbass - Ėntuziazm (Simfonija Donbassa)|
|Directed by||Dziga Wertow|
|Film Editing||Elizabeta Swilowa|
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