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Public Response On Eyes Of Cinema

Mark Parkinson7 Months ago
Wasn’t it Intolerance, instead of Birth of a Nation, that Kuleshov instructed his students to re-edt?
nastiaaa7 Months ago
"In 1896, the lumières brothers brought the cinematograph contraption to Moscow, in Saint Peterburg Russia" lmaooooo
Casey Danielson7 Months ago
Really well done! It’s a great bite sized nugget of film history. Favourited
Ashish Gour7 Months ago
I like Russian film
Але Мих7 Months ago
I enjoyed this video.. But you are using very common mistake calling Stalin a dictator. Dictator is using absolute power. The highest power authority in USSR was the supreme soviet.. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supreme_Soviet_of_the_Soviet_Union
GC West7 Months ago
CINEMATYLER!
Pashute7 Months ago
I have a friend who's last name is Alberton. He told about his father's brother who was a famous Soviet movie-maker who was murdered by Stalin along with his many Jewish friends throughout the years. I looked up soviet movies and started watching them. I found Jewish musicians listed on the credentials (with some tunes that are known Hassidic music, others adopted by Israelis and Russians as famous tunes), Jewish writers and scriptwriters like Maxim Gorky, Jewish cameramen and Jewish editors. The names were repeated movie after movie year after year but each one had a few names less. It was quite chilling to watch. Even more upsetting was when I read what these people were saying, either blindly believing the crazy "truths" that they were telling about communism or forced to write and say out of sheer terror.
lcs7 Months ago
At least something good out of communism, eh?
Orange Apple7 Months ago
thank you for the video but you should work on your name pronunciation ! it's not that hard to research how to say those names
Charlie Gareginyan7 Months ago
The video was great until you get to the "Under Stalin's dictatorship yadda yadda yadda, everything was bland", which is false, especially since many of the most famous soviet early films were created in this time, ranging from Ivan Grozny, and Alexander Nevsky to the progressive use of rotoscoping for the animation of Russian folk-lore and stories.

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    Public Response On Eyes Of Cinema

    Mark Parkinson7 Months ago
    Wasn’t it Intolerance, instead of Birth of a Nation, that Kuleshov instructed his students to re-edt?
    nastiaaa7 Months ago
    "In 1896, the lumières brothers brought the cinematograph contraption to Moscow, in Saint Peterburg Russia" lmaooooo
    Casey Danielson7 Months ago
    Really well done! It’s a great bite sized nugget of film history. Favourited
    Ashish Gour7 Months ago
    I like Russian film
    Але Мих7 Months ago
    I enjoyed this video.. But you are using very common mistake calling Stalin a dictator. Dictator is using absolute power. The highest power authority in USSR was the supreme soviet.. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supreme_Soviet_of_the_Soviet_Union
    GC West7 Months ago
    CINEMATYLER!
    Pashute7 Months ago
    I have a friend who's last name is Alberton. He told about his father's brother who was a famous Soviet movie-maker who was murdered by Stalin along with his many Jewish friends throughout the years. I looked up soviet movies and started watching them. I found Jewish musicians listed on the credentials (with some tunes that are known Hassidic music, others adopted by Israelis and Russians as famous tunes), Jewish writers and scriptwriters like Maxim Gorky, Jewish cameramen and Jewish editors. The names were repeated movie after movie year after year but each one had a few names less. It was quite chilling to watch. Even more upsetting was when I read what these people were saying, either blindly believing the crazy "truths" that they were telling about communism or forced to write and say out of sheer terror.
    lcs7 Months ago
    At least something good out of communism, eh?
    Orange Apple7 Months ago
    thank you for the video but you should work on your name pronunciation ! it's not that hard to research how to say those names
    Charlie Gareginyan7 Months ago
    The video was great until you get to the "Under Stalin's dictatorship yadda yadda yadda, everything was bland", which is false, especially since many of the most famous soviet early films were created in this time, ranging from Ivan Grozny, and Alexander Nevsky to the progressive use of rotoscoping for the animation of Russian folk-lore and stories.