“In the Black Country” ( French: Au pays noir , 1905 ) is a French short feature film by Lucien Nonge .
|In the black country|
|Au pays noir|
- 1 plot
- 2 Artistic Features
- 3 Sources
- 4 See also
The film consisted of the following pictures: a working village, an entrance to the mines, a descent, underground galleries, an explosion of mine gas, a flood in the mines, and salvation.
The film was entirely shot in the studio and was a staged chronicle of events. The primary role in the film is given to the scenery.
- Sadul J. The general history of cinema: T. 1. - M .: Art, 1958.
- Factory workers leaving
- Delegates arrive at the photoconference in Lyon
- Arrival of the train at La Ciotat station