SAMPO 1959 SUBTITLES
They got the money and every single one lives happily years. Other examples include The Story of Voyages , co-produced with Czechoslovakia and Romania and Sampo , co-produced with Finland. However, there is something rather endearing about this film that makes it worth watching. Please note that our ticket prices increased as of Feb. Afi group is an international holding and investment company based in yehud, israel. Dull, confusing Finnish piece of crap about some obscure bit of Norse mythology involving a weird magical device called a Sampo? See more ideas about costumes, fantasy art and fantasy world.
The music score positively sweeps, with the fantasy-adventure themes and folk-song-like melodies wholly appropriate. Even with the Mystery Science Theater commentary, I had to wake myself at lest two times before I made it through. This Soviet-Finnish co production is renowned Russia’s fantasy master Alexander Ptushko take into Finland’s national epic, the Kalevala. I suppose these films have been neglected outside of Finland because it was felt they would only be understood within their home ground. A dark film but not tragic. Its original title was Sampo, and that title works better even though I have no clue as to what a Sampo is, because this is the thing for which the movie revolves around. And the dubbing is terrible; the heroes all talk in wooden monotones and the witch sounds like she suffers from throat nodule and hemorrhoids, and everything including the music is muffled and muddy. I think it was their quest to find the sampo or retrieve it or something like that.
The Day the Earth Froze She does freeze part sutitles the world at one point, but as I stated it is not really the main focus of the story. MartinHafer 20 November It was also recommended that The Day the Earth Froze balloons be distributed to patrons. What most comes to mind was the fantastic atmosphere it had, very dark, gloomy almost surreal.
The Brothers Karamazov TV series with subtitles. The software industry is one of finlands most promising industrial sectors.
Russian science fiction and fantasy > Blog about Soviet & Russian movies
subtit,es Please note that our ticket prices increased as of Feb. Most films were adaptations of traditional fairy tales and myths, both Russian and foreign. This was most unfair – visually “Sampo” is far more impressive than anything Finnish film-makers could have achieved at the time with their meagre resources.
I think I saw this movie when I was a teenager and didn’t really appreciate it, but now I absolutely love it. The movie features probably the slimiest ladies man in cinema history,what makes it extra interesting is the fact that leading man Pertti Ylermi Lindgren basically plays himself,in real life he was engaged at least 76 sic! I can only remember seeing this movie once, back in my schooldays in the early 70’s. There were also numerous adaptations of foreign science fiction books, most frequently, by Jules Verne, Stanislaw Lem and Ray Bradbury.
The hero had to plow a field of snakes and he wrestles one snake and then over. Thus, The Day the Earth Froze. A social document of sorts telling the story of a girl who spent much time in a reform school. Download music, tv shows, movies, anime, software and more. Its original title was Sampo, and that title works better even though I have no clue as to what a Sampo is, because this is the thing for which the movie revolves around.
It is also one of the best.
You know, witch kidnaps the hero’s love interest so she can get a “Sampo”, but the hero steals the Sampo back, so the witch steals the SUN she already has the North Wind in a baggie in her cave, so I guess this is on the same scale.
Igor Morozov’s sweeping, dramatic score, Marvin Miller’s melodious narration, the nifty special effects, and the crisp cinematography by Gennadi Tsekavy and Viktor Yakushev all further enhance the considerable appeal of this nice little movie. All these Finnish filmmakers are intelligent and talented and concerned with the human condition, a theme to interest all of us.
So while I was not impressed with the film as they just really did not do enough as far as travel or deadly schemes, this movie was ssampo for MST3K. All films are directed by Alexander Ptushko unless otherwise noted. Bucs subgitles October Many science fiction books, especially children’s, were made into films, animation and TV.
In the end, while these movies may appeal to some people, they’re not my cup of tea. Opening scenes in the movie show rural people at work cutting down trees to clear the land for planting crops.
The sister is about to release the north wind, but then it stopped. There seems to be a mixed reception on the Witch here, depends on the version seen I think, she is irritating in the dub but in Ptushko’s original she is very sinister. The story is also simple, but coherent and mostly attention-grabbing, giving us time to breathe and admire everything.
And that’s from somebody who speaks neither Hungarian nor Finnish!
Russian science fiction and fantasy
The hero of this film made for a good punching bag as his only skill seemed riding on a log down a river. There is LOTS of narration to fill in the gaps but the film never is interesting or coherent. Scenes in which Kaleva is cursed with everlasting blizzard and winter and in which some unfortunate people are covered over with snow are commendable.
Dull, confusing Finnish piece of crap about some obscure bit of Norse mythology involving a weird magical device called a Sampo?