Old man Niyaz the Potter, from the same movie “Nasreddin in Bukhara” by Uzbekfilm, 1943. Imho, The best film about Nasreddin. There are some other, their are good, but this one is the best
Jaffar the Moneylender from old movie “Nasreddin in Bukhara” that was filmed at the Tashkent studio in 1943. The story tells about adventures of Hodja Nasreddin Afandi who is believed to be a wise folk man from mid-age Central Asia. He is well known for his humor, derisive treatment to regents, and his help poor people, as he was himself. In this episode Hodja saves a family of Niyaz the potter from getting in bondage to old greedy Jaffar.
Mr. Ooweph smiles. The frame from Soviet movie “Kin-dza-dza!”, which depicts post apocalypse world on the planet Plyuk inhabited by a society of consumption. They are so developed that have flying vehicles that are even able to travel between the stars, and portable rechargable teleports. But their social relationships cruel and selfish, the environment is poor and waste, for the only significant value there is fuel — lootz. The galaxy is called Kin-dza-dza. Filmed in 1986.