Sickle and Hammer (film)
Sickle and Hammer (Russian: Серп и молот, romanized: Serp i molot) is a 1921 Russian silent drama film directed by Vladimir Gardin. It is an agit-film that is longer than the usual at six reels because the norm is two reels only or twenty minutes. The story is about a peasant worker who went to the city to become a factory worker, then he eventually fights in the World War and after this, he returns to his own village as a Red Army commander. 
|Sickle and Hammer|
|Directed by||Vladimir Gardin|
|Written by||Andrei Gorchilin |
- Sargeant, Amy. Vsevolod Pudovkin: Classic Films of the Soviet Avant-garde. I.B.Tauris, 2001.
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