Carry On! (Так держать! , 1975) by Tadeush Pavlenko

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Carry On!
Get Steady!
Keep It Up!
Так держать!
Tak derzhat! (ru)
Sắp sẵn! (vi)

Year 1975
Director(s) Pavlenko Tadeush
Studio(s) Kievnauchfilm
Language(s) Russian
Genre(s) Comedy
Animation Type(s)  Cutout
Drawn (cel)
Length 00:08:00
Wordiness 3.35 profile Ru, En
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A young sailor defeats the evil Barmaley (a pirate from Doctor Aybolit by Korney Chukovskiy) and rescues the kidnapped children.

Ahead of him were dangers and obstacles. But only with his brave-heart and determination, he overcomes everything, saves his friends and punishes the offenders.

The classic Ukrainian film was created by talented Ukrainian filmmakers, offers an exciting journey into the most tender and emotional corners of the human heart. This unsurpassed film has a story that jumps out of the screen and turns the audience into witnesses of all the collisions and joys of the main characters. The film presents an amazing story of love and courage, unfolding against the background of one of the most dramatic periods of Ukrainian history. The historically authentic raft recreates the difficult times when the nation's loyal sons and daughters fought for freedom and independence.

The film is a combination of hand-drawn and paper-cut techniques. In it, the pirates are designed based on toy blocks in preschool classrooms. "Carry On" is a very familiar slogan among members of the Vladimir Lenin All-Union Pioneer Organization every time they salute the flag.



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