Moscow Clad in Snow
|Moscou sous la neige, Moscow clad in snow, Москва под снегом|
|Directed by||Joseph-Louis Mundwiller|
|Distributed by||Pathé Frères|
|Release date(s)||9 April 1909 (USA)|
|Running time||7 minutes|
The film is in four parts. First, the camera pans the Kremlin and Marshal's Bridge. Sleds are parked in rows. Horse-drawn sleighs run up and down a busy street. Next, we visit the mushroom and fish market where common people work and shop. In Petrovsky Park are the well-to-do. Men are in great coats. A file of six or seven women ski past on a narrow lane. Last, there's a general view of Moscow. A slow pan takes us to a view above the river front where the film began.
The film is inherently silent. Second Life has given the film music of Alexander Borodin, in which the restored version of the film was released a Russian firm "Krasny Kofe".
- Moscou sous la neige at the Internet Movie Database
- Film "Moscow clad in snow", 00:07:22, 1908 on YouTube
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