Kin Dza Dza

24 01 2010

Kin-dza-dza! (Russian: Кин-дза-дза!) is a 1986 Soviet comedy-science fiction film released by the Mosfilm studio and directed by Georgi Daneliya, with a story by Georgi Daneliya and Revaz Gabriadze. The movie was filmed in color, consists of two parts and runs for 135 minutes in total.

The film is a dark and grotesque parody of human society and may be described as an anti-utopia. It depicts a desert planet, depleted of its resources, home to an impoverished dog-eat-dog society with extreme inequality and oppression. It is a cult film, especially in Post-Soviet countries, and its humorous dialogue is frequently quoted.

There was no official release of the movie with English subtitles. Thanks to http://www.sadgeezer.com/ for adding the subtitles to this version.

Part I

Part II

(fullscreen)
part I
part II

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