Battleship Potemkin

Battleship Potemkin
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Dayna

Ambitious film making for it's time. The editing was perfect in how it moved the tension forward. Not one camera angle was wasted.

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Edward

Powerful message of the Tsar's brutality and hatred for the working class. Workers show courage in the face of tyranny. Even in Russian subtitles the story is clear.

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Dan

Propaganda is so boring.

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Vince

lol bro ur just ignorant

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David

Great film. Very effective and powerful sequences.

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