In 1985 a production of Tolkien’s The Hobbit was shot by director Vladimir Latyshev and shown on Soviet TV to the delight of everyone who happened to have a television set and were allowed to view it per the KGB (I’m speculating here).
The budget, .00001% of what Peter Jackson had for his epic, resulted in a fantastic display of ingenuity and hilarious props and costumes that made for some rip roaring hilarity that must be seen while sober.
You will, however, not understand a single word stated during the movie since it’s in Russian (unless, of course, you speak Russian, then it’s even more awesome) but don’t let your incomprehension scare you away from it.
The beauty of it lies in your confusion.
Source: Topless Robot