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I Am Cuba

[Ia - Kuba], by Kalatozov. In Russian / Spanish with subtitles. Feature Film — Four main stories show the rise of the Communist revolution in Cuba, including Battista's Havana and the grinding poverty and oppression of the Cuban people. — PN1997 .I32 — VIDEO

I Was Nineteen

By Wolf. In German with subtitles. Feature Film — April 1945 - Hitler is dead - the Red Army and other Allied Forces are closing in on Berlin. Born in Germany and raised in Moscow, a nineteen-year-old leiutenant is made commandant of a forward position. It then becomes his job to translate surrender terms at a German-held fortress and at other places during the last days of the war in Germany. — PN1997 .I92 — VIDEO

The Idiot

[Idiot], by Bortko. In Russian with subtitles. Feature Film — After a stay in an asylum in Switzerland a prince returns to St. Petersburg to a society obsessed with wealth, power, and sexual conquest. There, two women become rivals for his affection leading to a tragic ending.— PN1997.2 .I356 2003 — DVD

The Idiot

By Kurosawa. In Japanese with subtitles. Feature Film — Dostoyevsky's tale of madness and jealousy set in postwar Japan. — PN1997 .I35 1992 — VIDEO

Illumination

[Iluminacja] by Zanussi. In Polish with subtitles. Feature Film —A young scientist who believes that rational analysis can manage life has his belief shattered by a difficult affair with an older woman and the death of a close friend in a climbing accident.—PN1997 .I454 1997— VIDEO

In the Jaws of Life

[U raljama zivota], by Grlic. In BCS with subtitles. Feature Film — Account of a middle-aged female filmmaker who is producing a soap opera titled "The jaws of life." The story of the filmmaker and the story of the soap opera progress side by side and begin to converge. — PN1997 .U12 — VIDEO

Innocence Unprotected

[Nevinost bez zastite ], by Makavejev. In BCS with subtitles. Feature Film — A famous Serbian athlete makes a motion picture during the Nazi occupation of Belgrade, and faces retribution after the war. — PN1997.N47 N47 — VIDEO

Innocent Sorcerers

[Niewinni czarodzieje] by Wajda. In Polish with subtitles. Feature Film —"A young doctor is tired of being sought by women. One night he meets a young girl who all but forces herself into his room where they talk of morals and love. But he loses her when he goes out to see some friends and then rushes madly around the city after her, only to find she has returned." —PN1997.A23 I5657 1994— VIDEO

Inspector General

[Revizor] by Petrov. In Russian with subtitles. Feature Film —A corrupt village incorrectly believes that a medicine-show entertainer is the omnipotent Inspector General in disguise.—PN1997 .R485 1996— VIDEO

Irony of Fate

[Ironiia sud'by, ili s legkim parom], by Riazanov. In Russian with subtitles. Feature Film — Adventures of a young Moscow doctor on New Year's Eve. — PN1997 .I765 — DVD

Irony of Fate

[Ironiia sud'by, ili s legkim parom], by Riazanov. In Russian with subtitles. Feature Film — Adventures of a young Moscow doctor on New Year's Eve. — PN1997 .I766 — VIDEO

The Italian

[Italianets] by Kravchuk. In Russian with subtitles. Feature Film. — After discovering his mother is still alive, a six-year-old Russian boy runs away from his orphanage and sets out on a perilous journey to find her. Pursued by orphanage staff and the police, Vanya Solntsev must now face the most difficult challenges of his young life in this story inspired by true events. — PN1997 .I73 2007 — DVD

Ivan the Terrible

[Ivan Groznyi], by Eisenstein. In Russian / Russian/Silent with subtitles. Feature Film — DK106 .I83 — DVD

Ivan the Terrible, Parts 1 & 2

[Ivan Groznyi], by Eisenstein. In Russian/Silent with subtitles. Feature Film — PN1997 .I773 2001 — DVD

Ivan the Terrible, Parts 1 & 2

[Ivan Groznyi], by Eisenstein. In Russian/Silent with subtitles. Feature Film — Sergei Eisenstein's most grandiose work, a study of a despot and of the concentration of power which make it an important presentation of the spirit of Stalin's time. By means of symbolic forms, it grows into a studied drama--a synthesis of the achievements as well as the contradictions of the period of the czars and the Bolsheviks. Awarded the Lenin Prize. — F-14,199 a&b — 16MM

Ivan's Childhood

[Ivanovo detstvo ], by Tarkovskii. In Russian with subtitles. Feature Film — The 12-year-old Ivan's childhood ended the day the Fascists shot his mother and sister right before his eyes. Ivan's father was killed in the war. The orphaned boy joins an army detachment, becoming an elusive scout. Risking his life, he brings to his commanders invaluable information about the enemy. But one day he does not come back from his mission. — PG3479.4.O433 I82 — VIDEO

Ivan's Childhood

[Ivanovo detstvo ], by Tarkovskii. In Russian with subtitles. Feature Film — PN1997.5 .I92 — DVD

Ivan Vasilievich Changes His Profession

[Ivan Vasilievich meniaet svoiu professiiu] by Gadai. In Russian with subtitles. Feature Film — Absent-minded inventor Shurik has built a time machine in his apartment. When it accidentally sends a thief and his apartment manager, a look-alike for Ivan the Terrible, to the tsar's palace during Ivan the Terrible's reign, and the Tsar finds himself in modern Moscow, complications arise and Shurik desperately tries to return things to normal. — PN1997.85 .I84 2001 — DVD

Last modified: August 13, 2009