Ruslan i Lyudmila ( Ruslan and Ludmila) (1972) - Aleksandr Ptushko

 Russian fantasy is entrenched in national utopian tendencies that seek to transform a fetid social reality into a glorious, prosperous and magnanimous universe. The Soviet Union was founded on the fantasy of romantic socialism where odes to national unity, the romance of labour, and the parable of the subjugation of evil, played an integral role. Soviet culture mined a potent and pervasive folk tradition to help create a fantastical image of socialist romanticism, looking to the past, especially the legendary medieval world, to paint the template for the future.

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