Communism

Films that support actual existing socialism, oppose imperialism, raise class consciousness or are emphatically in support of workers, support proletarian revolution, support the right of a people's self-determination, actually anti-fascist, come from a communist nation/group/filmmaker, or otherwise uphold and/or might have some value to Marxism Leninism.

Don't read my reviews for these. Good gosh, I was an ignorant git six months or more ago.

Recommendations will be considered, but they must be

1. Explicitly Marxist AND/OR
2. Explicitly Leninist AND/OR [yes, I know, somewhat repetitititive]
3. From a communist nation AND/OR
4. Anti-imperialist/colonial AND/OR
5. Pro-worker AND/OR
6. Pro-revolution AND/OR
7. From a communist director AND/OR
8. About a communist

Or something close, at my discretion. Before recommending anything, scan…

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  • Man with a Movie Camera

    1

  • I Am Cuba

    2

  • The Little Girl of Hanoi

    3

  • The Red Detachment of Women

    4

  • What You Take for Granted

    5

  • Teen Guerrillas

    6

  • Salt of the Earth

    7

  • October (Ten Days that Shook the World)

    8

  • Finally Got the News

    9

  • Mueda, Memory and Massacre

    10

  • Memories of Underdevelopment

    11

  • Triumph Over Violence

    12

  • A Traffic Controller on Crossroads

    13

  • The Battle of Algiers

    14

  • Bamako

    15

  • Sambizanga

    16

  • Black Panthers

    17

  • Emitaï

    18

  • The Gospel According to Matthew

    19

  • Come and See

    20

  • Black Girl

    21

  • Have You Ever Killed a Bear? Or Becoming Jamila

    22

  • Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask

    23

  • Mighty Prince

    24

  • Men Behind the Sun

    25

  • Concerning Violence

    26

  • Jonathan

    27

  • Alexander Nevsky

    28

  • Union Maids

    29

  • Measures of Distance

    30

  • La Commune (Paris, 1871)

    31

  • One Way or Another

    32

  • Ivan's Childhood

    33

  • Two Days, One Night

    34

  • Born in Flames

    35

  • Strawberry and Chocolate

    36

  • Battleship Potemkin

    37

  • Orinoco, New World

    38

  • Pigsty

    39

  • Samoyed Boy

    40

  • The Monkey King: Havoc in Heaven

    41

  • Strike

    42

  • Solidarity

    43

  • Janie's Janie

    44

  • The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975

    45

  • The Wind

    46

  • Class Relations

    47

  • A Thousand and One Hands

    48

  • Work

    49

  • Marianne and Juliane

    50

  • The Wind That Shakes the Barley

    51

  • The House on Coco Road

    52

  • Chile: Obstinate Memory

    53

  • Attica

    54

  • Camp de Thiaroye

    55

  • The Brickmakers

    56

  • Meshes of the Afternoon

    57

  • Harlan County U.S.A.

    58

  • Earth

    59

  • The New Babylon

    60

  • Bush Mama

    61

  • Matewan

    62

  • The Steamroller and the Violin

    63

  • Malcolm X

    64

  • Fiddler on the Roof

    65

  • Film Socialisme

    66

  • Que Viva Mexico!

    67

  • Stray Dogs

    68

  • The 36th Chamber of Shaolin

    69

  • Dracula of Exarcheia

    70

  • The Cranes Are Flying

    71

  • I'll Go to Santiago

    72

  • Rosa Luxemburg

    73

  • Xala

    74

  • Soleil Ô

    75

  • High Hopes

    76

  • Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom

    77

  • If it's too bad to be true, it could be DISINFORMATION

    78

  • Chico

    79

  • Frida Kahlo & Tina Modotti

    80

  • I Am an Ox, I Am a Horse, I Am a Man, I Am a Woman

    81

  • Sankofa

    82

  • The Girl with the Hat Box

    83

  • History Lessons

    84

  • Outskirts

    85

  • Cabascabo

    86

  • The Tam Tams Are Silent

    87

  • Son of Babylon

    88

  • The Second Mother

    89

  • Pride

    90

  • The Daughter-in-Law

    91

  • Harvest: 3,000 Years

    92

  • Aelita: Queen of Mars

    93

  • The Homeland of Electricity

    94

  • Silkwood

    95

  • Can Dialectics Break Bricks?

    96

  • Weekend

    97

  • Capitalism: Child Labor

    98

  • Every Revolution Is a Throw of the Dice

    99

  • The Legend of Billie Jean

    100