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Battleship Potemkin Review
20:20 vision it is still possible. The film tells the story of the crew of the Russian battleship Potemkin. Witness the twirled wax moustache of the evil tsarists - only stopping short of tying a girl to a railway track to complete the image. Don't get me wrong I still think the movie's OK, but certainly not the greatest of all time. The reality today is a very dated film that is 90 fiction, with wooden acting and unbelievable events. Every emotion is touched. When the sailors protest about this inedible diet their complaints are quickly dismissed by the ship's doctor Smirnov who tells them to wash the meat with brine.
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Few silent films enjoy bull Durham: Tale about Baseball as much acclaim. The old print had decay and some of the splices were giving out. As for the rest, so much of it never happened but it is etched onto peoples minds so much that people visit Odessa expecting to see a plaque or a statue commemorating the massacre on the steps. I watched the 2005 restoration where the score was adapted by Helmut Imig and I found it to be an integral element of the picture. Its best to think of the film as a sort of visual symphony, with motion providing the tempo and melody instead of sound. The famous baby carriage. The plot is minimal, but that doesn't make the movie boring. I am a longtime Russophile. Lest we forget, Eisensteins style relied of micromanaging of every single visual element of his films. But its the revolution of a nation or the revolution of heart that changes history. This technique is later used by Frank Capra. The music is loud, robust, delicate, lilting.
Watch the legendary Odessa Steps sequence from Sergei Eisenstein's 1925 film.
The Odessa Steps massacre from Sergei Eisenstein's Battleship Potemkin: 'one of the cinema's greatest single sequences'.
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As his most famous work, Battleship Potemkin, from 1925, shows, his analytical.
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