CastBoris Poslavsky (Pyotr, the country boy), Yuri Korvin-Krukovsky (Industrialist Krutilov), Boris Feodosyev (Krutilov's son), Ivan Shtraukh (Vasili, Bolshevik organizer), Boris Tenin (Windy) LanguageSilent film
Russian intertitles Release date6 November 1931 WriterLev Arnshtam, Aleksei Chapygin, Andrei Mikhajlovsky, Vladimir Nedobrovo, Sergei Yutkevich Similar moviesBridge of Spies, Child 44, Farewell, Kin-dza-dza!, The Ascent, Adam's Rib
Dmitri shostakovich waltz from the film golden mountains 1936
Golden Mountains (Russian: Златые горы, Zlatye gory) is a 1931 Soviet silent drama film directed by Sergei Yutkevich. A re-edited sound version of the film as released in 1936.
Shostakovich film music the fall of berlin and the golden mountains
The film is set in the year 1914. Having received a large military order, the administration of the St. Petersburg metallurgical plant "Krutilov and Son" is attracting new workers. However at the plant a strike is looming under the influence of a powerful strike movement of the Baku oil workers'.
The engineer, son of the factory owner, tries to bribe the former farmer Pyotr and make him the leader of the newly arrived workers. In this case the engineer is actively helped by the master. Pyotr takes part in the assassination of activist-worker Vasili. As a result of the circumstances the hero is forced to bring home the wounded Bolshevik. Once in the environment of striking workers Pyotr enters into their ranks and engages in class struggle.