Bronenosets Potyomkin (Sergei M. Eisenstein, 1925) HD 720p VOSE

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Bronenosets Potyomkin (Sergei M. Eisenstein, 1925) HD 720p VOSE

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Bronenosets Potyomkin
(El acorazado Potemkin / Battleship Potemkin / Броненосец Потёмкин)
(URSS, 1925) [B/N, 72 m.]

Ficha técnica.
Dirección: Sergei M. Eisenstein.
Argumento: Sergei M. Eisenstein, Nina Agadzhanova (Nina Agadjanova / N.F. Agadzhanova-Shutko).
Guión: Nina Agadzhanova, Sergei M. Eisenstein (no acreditado) / Nikolai Aseyev, Sergei Tretyakov (títulos, no acreditados).
Fotografía: Eduard Tisse, Vladimir Popov (no acreditado).
Música: Edmund Meisel, Nikolai Kryukov (1950)
Música: Yati Durant, Vladimir Heifetz, Chris Lowe, Edmund Meisel, Neil Tennant, Nikolai Kryukov (1950), Eric Allaman (1986).
Productora: Goskino.
Reparto: Alexander Antonov (Vokulinchuk), Vladimir Barsky (The Capt.), Grigory Alexandrov (Senior Officer Gilyarousky), Marusov (Officer), Mikhail Gomorov (Sailor Motyushenko), I. Bobrov (Recruit), Repnikova (zhenshchina na lestnitse), Alexandr Levshin), Andrei Fayt), Sailors of the Red Navy (Themselves), Protopopov (Old Man), Members of the Proletcult Theatre), Sergei Eisenstein (Priest), Beatrice Vitoldi (Mother With Baby Carriage), Zerenin (Student), A. Fait), A. Glauberman (Abo), Citizens of Odessa (Themselves), Konstantin Feldman (Student Feldman), Prokopenko (Mother of Wounded Aba), N. Poltautseva (School Teacher), Korobei (Legless Veteran), M. Brodsky (Intellectual), Levchenko (Boatswain).

Sinopsis: En junio de 1905 Rusia sufre las sacudidas de la fiebre revolucionaria. El acorazado de la flota del Zar "Príncipe Potemkin de Táurida" se encuentra fondeando frente al puerto de Odessa. Dos marineros de la tripulación incitan a sus compañeros a sumarse a la revolución. Después de una dura batalla consiguen apoderarse del barco. Toda la población de Odessa desfila en el muelle, en señal de dolor por los marineros muertos, y dan víveres a los rebeldes. El almirantazgo ordena al ejército cargar contra el pueblo, provocando una matanza a la cual responderá el acorazado Potemkin, gobernado por los rebeldes, luchando contra toda la escuadra del Zar.
AMG SYNOPSIS: After the success of Strike (1924), Sergei Eisenstein was commissioned by the Soviet government to make a film commemorating the uprising of 1905. Eisenstein's scenario, boiled down from what was to have been a multipart epic of the occasion, focussed on the crew of the battleship Potemkin. Fed up with the extreme cruelties of their officers and their maggot-ridden meat rations, the sailors stage a violent mutiny. This, in turn, sparks an abortive citizens' revolt against the Czarist regime. The film's centerpiece is staged on the Odessa Steps, where in 1905 the Czar's Cossacks methodically shot down rioters and innocent bystanders alike. To Eisenstein, this single bloody incident was the crucible of the successful 1917 Bolshevik revolution, and the result was the "Odessa Steps sequence," which is often considered the most famous sequence ever filmed; it is certainly one of the most imitated, perhaps most overtly by Brian De Palma in The Untouchables (1987). This triumph of Eisenstein's "rhythmic editing" technique occurs in the middle of film, not as the climax, as more current film structure might do it. All the actors in the film were amateurs, selected by Eisenstein because of their "rightness" as types for their roles. Pictorial quality varies from print to print, but even in a duped-down version, Battleship Potemkin is must-see cinema. -- Hal Erickson.

AMG REVIEW: Selected to make a film commemorating the failed 1905 revolution against the czar, Soviet filmmaker, film teacher, and film theorist Sergei Eisenstein decided to concentrate on one exemplary event, the mutiny aboard the battleship Potemkin. Cast with non-actors and structured in five "acts" depicting the uprising and its violent aftermath, Potemkin maximized the dramatic impact of the historical incident by balancing documentary-style realism with Eisenstein's meticulous orchestration of visual composition and editing. Eisenstein used his concept of "intellectual montage" to create sensational and psychological effects, most effectively in the "Odessa Steps sequence" depicting the massacre of innocent citizens by czarist Cossacks. Expanding screen time to emphasize the event's terror, Eisenstein rapidly cut among soldiers' boots implacably advancing down the steps, crowds fleeing, such individual horrors as a mother confronting the soldiers with her dead child, and, most famously, a baby's carriage careening out of control. Using editing to create an impression of violence and carnage greater than anything actually shown onscreen, Eisenstein emphatically revealed the expressive potential of the 30-year-old medium. After its 1926 debut, Potemkin rapidly became world-renowned; even in countries where it was officially banned as Soviet propaganda, the power of Eisenstein's unprecedented cinematic creativity could not be denied. The Odessa Steps sequence has since become perhaps the single most famous and influential four minutes of film ever made. -- Lucia Bozzola

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RELEASE DATE....: 06/21/2010
THEATRE DATE....: 1925
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Versión Blu-ray HD 720p VO+SE 4,37 Gb. mkv
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    Subtitles .......... English
    Length ............. 71 min 37 sec
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