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 No.1007[Reply]

This Soviet TV series is probably the best TV show ever made. It is pure кино and deeply anti-fascist, anti-imperialist, and anti-USA. It's about a Soviet spy sabotaging peace talks between the OSS and Himmler (to allow the USA and Nazi Germany to team up on the USSR). It was made at the request of the head of the KGB. The tension and drama in this show is outstanding!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZhgXs_iFRs&list=PLHiAMOiVIvsD2u8g0RLwvdRScEe9yiUr5&index=2&t=0s
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 No.18819

>>18818
Yup. Still, Danelia is a great director. Did you watch Афоня movie? I personally found it to be a great piece of soc realism.

 No.18820

>>18819
Yes I've seen it, I've seen most of his films, my all time favorites are С Легким Паром and Мимино

 No.19331

A similar short series came out called SMERSH, that features a single main character and his behind the lines operations throughout the war. It's pretty good.

 No.22664

I wanted to talk of one of the iconic scenes of the series, video embed related.
In this scene Stirlitz ends up in discussion with a German General. Their discussion of the soon-to-end war is an insightful perspective of the people fighting on the Nazi side, and the lament of people the catastrophic end to come. Gritzenko pulls off the scene so genuinely that you cannot help but feel the emotions and position he is in; in one small scene you see two lives full of values, honor and love for the consciousness of the people.

 No.22665

Every time I see this series I am reminded of Обыкновенный Фашизм by Mikhail Romm



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 No.7658[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Aight, so I've heard folks talking about how lazy a certain "toon-boom" style is, I just wanted to hear opinions and show off some art I made
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 No.21166

>>21165
Huh, I didn't see that series, must have scrolled by it in wikipedia

 No.21167

>>21161
>Anemoia
thanks, I had forgotten this word
But I cried because the editing and animation were beautiful

 No.21168

>>21166
we've had it air on Swedish TV since at least the 90's

 No.21174

>>21168
Although this is in English I never saw this air in my area of the States, and I watched some fairly obscure cartoons in my day.

>>21167
>had forgotten this word
It's kind of amnesic, you remember it, and then forget it right as you need to use it.
>the editing and animation were beautiful
Yes, old school animation is priceless, too bad no Soviet stuff got used, but that's ok.
Also, since it's technically a AMV, feel free to peruse >>>/anime/71

 No.22656

>>21141
Youtube blocked the video because they're cucks. Here's the video file



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 No.7009[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

What's your personality type? INFP gang represent. Also daily reminder that MBTI and even Jungian cognitive functions are not a concrete analysis of how people behave, it's only a general prediction of how people behave over a period of time when faced with various situations.
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 No.20948

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You know what's really funny about MBTI if Jung were still alive he would probably unalive himself for what Jungian Typology had become. Dude had never intended his theories to be another way for society to trap them in oversimplified, stereotypical roles (I mean he was a bit sexist but that's another discussion for another day). He made up this entire theory with the understanding that it's not falsifiable and it should only be used as a tool to help patients in his therapy sessions to help frame their experiences.

For example, you feel trapped by a persona you feel you must adhere to because you feel everyone will hate you if you don't. However, you get extremely angry when others say what they want and act however they want. You do everything in your power to keep them in line because their unpredictability is untasteful. Untasteful for who? Why is it that when you become angry and control other people to the point of driving them away it's good but when others are acting in a diiferent but harmless manner it's bad? Who are you really angry at? You seem to fit under the archetype of extroverted feeling, let's explore the light and shadow concepts existing in this scenario.

That's it, nothing more. Everything is just capitalist nonsense that was expanded upon two sisters' work who also admitted that their indicator's usage should be kept on a limited basis. Capitalism took a tool that could have been to help people realize the spooks society and capitalism feed them as well as the lies they tell themselves which harms the people around them as another way to abstract the relationships we have with one another. It's far more easier to call someone a dumb ESFP who doesn't understand you than realize that that person is just a projection of what you might become if didn't repress your personality to sell yourself to porky.

I don't expect people to suddenly change their whole perspective on MBTI but I think it's wrong to dismiss it for reasons the originator never even promised he would achieve.

 No.22596

Anyone else feel slightly embarrassed over taking MBTI too seriously in the past?

 No.22614

>>22596
not at all
I have none of the shame I should be having

 No.22615

>>22596
What about you? Also what type are you?

 No.22617

>>20948
good point
it is kind of just a weird self inflicted caste system in a way or like some mental illness identity but whatever I get the sense anyways that it is helpful for thinking about the similarities and differences of people, in a package stimulating and memeish enough to not roll right off my polished smooth and ADD addled internet receptacle organ



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 No.22545[Reply]

A thread to talk in a less judging environment and give and recieve life and mental health advice from a class conscious perspective. You can talk about whatever is on your mind, that is a big part of therapy itself.
Please be kind and polite to other anons. Trolling is pretty much off limits for /hobby/ I think and there are plenty of other threads to do so.
I think as class conscious people that can discuss the fuckery of capitalism we have a unique perspective on why a person is suffering psychologically and might have some maladaptive patterns. And through solidarity we can help heal each other.
Discuss
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 No.22586

>>22576
Weed, it's too expensive and when I do have it I smoke every day, I can hold off and say no to things like alcohol or psychs. Thank god I never picked up cocaine, benzos, or opiates.

 No.22590

>>22586
Weed famously causes no physiological dependence.
>>22581
>How do I process my emotions and also give myself new values?
I dont't know, by struggling?
The only emotions I know are anger and hunger (is that an emotion?).

 No.22595

>>22590
Physioogical depndence no, psychological dependence absolutely.

 No.22612

>>22581
do you have somewhere you like to go or music you like to listen to in order to reflect calmly/peacefully?

 No.22613

>>22595
yeah weed can be addictive and worsen certain mental health and lifestyle problems with some people and with unhealthy use



 No.22319[Reply]

Rightoids criticize brutalism for being soulless, but worship the aesthetic of bioshock's rapture. What if we incorporated art deco in commieblocks?
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 No.22443

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Commieblocks are based the way they are. Literally all you need to do is put on a paintjob of pastel colours and they look better than most American yuppie neigbourhoods.
t. School was located in a half original, half repainted commieblock part of town

 No.22513

>>22443
>all you need to do is put on a paintjob of pastel colours

a nice shade of cream
>>22319
>What if we incorporated art deco in commieblocks?
you could take something like this (Hermes building in London, I was rollin past yesterday, ubering, waiting for a ping on the app ).
If it was a commieblock,the point would be to house as many people as possible.
So it'd be better to stack another block or two on top on the building vid - related as well. It's not going to make much difference if it looks brutalist,like a normal tower block, or more throwback numinous deco Egyptian pylon/Sumerian ziggurat. Cos I'm guessing The limiting factor is going to be stress on the iron girders/concrete it's built with. Architectural anons pls correct me if I'm wrong. Plus if it's double or triple the height it's going to look more monumental.

 No.22526

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>>22513 (me)
Still out on t'road
What about this one, /siberia/ anons? It's another residential block in the same area of London (Chelsea). sure I saw a superhunny coming out this building once in a latex bra. or maybe I just dreamt it
You could stack another layer the same height on top, without it spoiling the proportion. It seems pretty much perfectly proportioned as it is.
There's a Morning Star (Britain's daily communist paper) line that art deco is bourgeois, whereas brutalism is for the proletariat. But it's just an aesthetic, and a technical question as to how you build it. It's not a political question.In the future it'd just be a matter of what people want. No surplus value expropriated from you. You get labour vouchers, and what you don't get labour vouchers for, you vote for for in terms of communal housing and infrastructure. So if people vote for it they get it.

 No.22569

>>22319
The issue is taking one style and applying it everywhere, style should be conscientious of the local environment and cultures

 No.22611

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>>22569
Yea, it depends in a city what the local environment and culture is. Ofc the situation is now, you don't want areas of great people and history and authenticity spoilt by "redevelopment" into the whimsy tourist theme park experience (like seems to happening with Soho in London, for example. )
But housing for regular people in the future, if you could live in something like pic related… Go out on the roof on a hazy night! It's be like you've get to live in Gotham.



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 No.22566[Reply]

Day vs Knight

The Measurin' Tape Wars are Coming!
The Measurin' Tape Wars are Coming!


Which one is best?
For a domestic all around usage?

If I wanted to check my waist and then use the same tape to build a cabinet or move in some furniture and check the area length beforehand, which one is better

Only one can be bought (Don't ask why)

 No.22567

The metal tape (forgot the proper name) will be less of a hassle when doing handicraft and can be used to 'measure your waist' but I will be awkward.

 No.22568

it*

 No.22577

>>22567
Really???

I googled and they say that the metal strip will break

 No.22578

>>22577
*if you bend it too much to wrap around your waist

 No.22579

>>22578
Maybe if you fold it but not curve it



 No.5793[Reply]

Do you think cats can pass the mirror test? My cats seem self aware, but aren't interested in mirrors. They also have zero understanding of computer screens, and keep crawling behind speakers looking for the source when you play recorded cat meows, no matter how many times you do it.

I really wish I could communicate enough with animals to explain how technology works sometimes, or how certain things are dangerous to them. It would be more fun if I could teach cats about light switches, or if we could design VR video headsets with games that cats would like to play.
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 No.11973

>>11947
The modern Chihuaha and tht Native American dog breed have about as much to do with one another as modern bulldogs and bulldogs of the 1600s

 No.11974

>>11938
That sucks. RIP.

 No.22571

>>11938
Sending love, brother.

 No.22572

>>5793
When my puddy-tat was a kitten it was scared of mirror and would arch it's back and prance around but once it became an adult it didn't care one bit.

 No.22573

>>6357
>To be fair these two are Siamese which are different
>cat racism



 No.21087[Reply]

What do you fellas listen to?
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 No.22529

>>21204
I'd like to ask here for the opposite. Are there any podcasts that are more like a lecture by people assuming an audience already familiar with basic Marxism? I don't really hate people like srslywrong, but I find them rather superficial.

 No.22531

>>22528
Darknet diaries is excellent but the dude who makes it really loves the US, Israel, big tech and the authorities in general. A little too white hat.

 No.22532

yoo this radio reminds me of some drum radio video on delezue

 No.22544

>>21087
I used to listen to a lot of NPR, especially Car Talk (back when it still had new episodes), and RadioLab. NPR is good radio most of the time. Right now, I don't really listen to radio, but I did check out The Iron Dice on Spotify, which is a good little podcast about Germany.



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 No.22480[Reply]

I want to into media analysis
academibros recommend me some textbooks to read
I assume I'll also need some critical thinking skills so if you have any textbooks about just thinking that'll be cool too
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 No.22493

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>>22487
there's no textbook for that expect maybe pic related

 No.22495

>>22493
And which of these jpgs books have you read, partially at least?

 No.22498

>>22495
my point is that there's no actual fucking textbook you vocational-brained dumbass, especially for critical theory, which is an outgrowth of "continental philosophy"
also i've only read the grundrisse

 No.22507

>>22480
honestly why?

do you find it fun? do they even hire such people? where?

 No.22508

>>22498
>"continental philosophy"
what is that



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 No.22444[Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDCTBDpGCtc

You guys seen this yet? It looks good and the premise sounds nice, but the 'bomb throwing but untrained anarchists vs the self-righteous but purging stalinists' backdrop of the CSA seems very cliche and lame to me.

Would be more interesting and original to have an victorious CSA and its wartime leader that is trying to keep the anarchists and stalinists from descending to sectarian infighting while accommodating their visions.

 No.22462

Very nice, I liked it. I don't like the syndie brainrot behind Kaiserreich, but it looks interesting.

 No.22469

>>22462
Same, it was my only complaint in all honesty. I wouldnt mind it too much if they didnt directly shit on lenin by having him be killed by a worker before the revolution really got off.

 No.22470

I didn't like it. Supposedly Syndicalism came about as a result of the failure of Communism in Russia and the repression that came with it against opposing factions and yet the Syndicalist government here is shown to be repeating the exact same thing.



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