Alitet Leaves for the Hills

Alitet Leaves for the Hills is a 1949 Soviet drama film directed by Mark Donskoy.


The inhabitants of Chukotka were cruelly exploited before the revolution. Once Chukotka was visited by the representative of the Kamchatka Revolutionary Committee Los and the ethnographer Zhukov. The news of the arrival of the Russians immediately dispersed along the coast. Contrary to the pressure of the American Thomson and the local "oligarch" Alitet in Chukotka, fair trade laws were established, as a result of which the Americans and Alitet left Chukotka.

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    director Mark Donskoy
    genre drama
    musicBy Lev Shvarts