This is a music video from Mor ve Otesi that uses old images from an old Russian cartoon called "Glass Harmonica". This cartoon was made by Andrei Khrjanovsky in 1968.
The state comes into confrontation with the artist, who gives new vision to the masses, and shows them a different horizon. "Glass Harmonica" was shelved by Soviet censors who -- not surprisingly -- found it ideologically disturbing. It was finally released after perestroika. "Glass Harmonica" was the first animated film scored by the late legendary Russian composer Alfred Schnittke, who was to collaborate with Khrjanovsky on more than half of his films. The animators Yulo-Ilmar Sooster and Yuri Nolyev-Sobolev, were among the most important artists of the Soviet underground. Before finding refuge at Soyuzmultfilm, they participated at the famous and controversial Manege (opposite the Kremlin) exhibit of underground art which was closed down by Khruschev and condemned by Soviet press.
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