The scene you will see is from the 1925 Soviet Montage film Strike (dir. Sergei Eisenstein). In the.
The scene you will see is from the 1925 Soviet Montage film Strike (dir. Sergei Eisenstein). In the film, a group of workers routinely mistreated by factory owners goes on strike and is ultimately put down by Tsarist soldiers called in by the owners. The man whose face you see near the beginning of the sequence is the Factory Director. Describe how at least four distinct elements of the sequences’ mise-en-scene, lighting, editing and/or cinematography [but NOT sound] reveal this to be an aesthetically typical Soviet Montage film of the 1920s. How can you tell this is a Soviet Montage film just from what you see here? Apr 26 2022 01:33 PM
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