''Siberiade'' ((ロシア語:Сибириада), translit. ''Sibiriada'') is a 1979 epic Soviet film in four parts, spanning much of the 20th century. The director was Andrei Konchalovsky, working for the Mosfilm studio.
==The movie ==
In its theme, the movie combines narrative elements from different traditions. So the first part of the movie tells of wondrous archetypical elements within the Russian culture, as connected to the pre-electrified epoch that is being narrated. Similarly, elements of the heroic epic are included within the part narrating the protagonist's involvement in World War II.
Throughout the film, the differences in epoch displayed and, accordingly, stylistics and themes used are very well consistent with each other, thus writing a continuous history of Siberia in the 20th century, transcending the seeming ruptures yielded by the national- and global-scale socio-political and socio-economic discourses. Likewise, it can be watched and regarded as an early reflection on processes of globalisation.
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