By the Bluest of Seas (1936)
By the Bluest of Seas (1936) by Boris Barnet
Is based on such a simple story that those of us, who prefer the dense plotlines, could feel even deceived. If, however, every film was like this one, we would know more about glittering waves and sunlight on the seashore, and our cinematic experiences would be richer in certain beautiful way.
Following the tradition of soviet montage school, it eschews the burdensome conventions of continual editing and remains completely free in its visual expression.
(And after I learn to speak French and play the harp, I will start with Azerbaijan dances.)