Communist Spinoff of The Polar Express!
I also have a picture of Santa Stalin here: [link]
This was an assignment in World History, so I decided to upload the picture that I did for it, as well as my description, below:
When young Aleksandr begins to doubt the policies and existence of Santa Stalin, he is drugged and kidnapped and taken for a winter propaganda ride with several other deviant children on the Kommynest Train, a magical train the travels along the Trans-Siberian Railway. During the ride, all of the children are given equal amounts of hot chocolate and food stamps. At first, the children are suspicious of the hot chocolate, especially considering that they were kidnapped and drugged in the first place, but when Webley the intellectual tells them that it will help their situation get better and make them feel less impoverished, they all decide to drink the hot chocolate. After the magical train ride, they arrive in Moscow, where Santa Stalin lives. It is inhabited by elves living in a successful and fully functional communist society, free of all classes and discrimination. All of the elves that live there are happy because all of them are equal. When the Kommynest Train pulls up to Santa Stalin’s house, the children are all allowed to have a piece of bread after waiting in the bread line. Santa Stalin notices Aleksandr insisting that a poorer boy named Billy also get into the bread line in front of him, and Santa Stalin rewards Aleksandr by letting him go to the front of the line. Aleksandr realizes the err in his anticommunist ideation, and decides to pledge his unwavering loyalty to Santa Stalin.
Also on the Kommynest Train is Big Brother Conductor, who is in charge of reporting the conspiracies amongst the children, as well as the foolishly capitalist Ivanna who refuses to take hot chocolate to a lower class boy named Billy who sits in the back of the train because, as she puts it, “He has to work for hot chocolate. If he wants some, he can come up here and get it himself!” But eventually even Ivanna learns to trust the supreme reasoning of the great Santa Stalin, and all is right in the Soviet Union.
PRISON ROCK ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS IN ASSOCIATION WITH MOSCOW ENTERTAINMENT TOMANKA HANKSOV “KOMMYNEST TRAIN” MUSIC SCORE BY IVAN SILVESTRI ORIGINAL SONGS BY DEMITRI BOGAEVSKAIA PRODUCED BY ROBYERT ZHELOBOVSKAIA SENIOR VISUAL EFFECTS SUPERVISORS KAZIMA RADKO AND GRIGORY CZECH.