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One of the very best features of the neglected Russian filmmaker Boris Barnet, this 1936 feature is, like some of his other talkies, a glorious musical of sorts. Codirected by S. Mardanov, it's about two buddies, a sailor and a mechanic, who, shipwrecked on an island in Soviet Azerbaijan, both try to woo the same young woman, who runs a fishing co-op. Though seemingly light, it's as intensely physical as Barnet's preceding masterpiece, Okraina, and its melancholic undertow makes it distinctly different from the early sound comedies of Raoul Walsh that it sometimes resembles. In Russian with subtitles.
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