Avant-garde Earth, a recognized cinema masterpiece, was banned 9 days after release and glorified in Ukraine only after Dovzhenko’s death, bringing forth dozens of controversial interpretations. Full of lyrical pantheism and utopianexaltation, it demonstrated the ambiguity of Ukrainian geopolitical choice in the 1920s. The new soundtrack for Earth was created by Ukrainian ethno-chaos band DakhaBrakha, whose music shifts the emphasis from the film’s ideological connotations to universal ones.

Director: Oleksandr Dovzhenko, 1930.

Remastered version&new soundtrack (DakhaBrakha, Ukraine).

Booklet: (UA) 51 pages.

Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0

Subtitles: eng.

Duration: 83 min

Cost: 75 uah