Drama • NR • 1925 • 1 hr 15 min
Film that revealed the art of cinematic montage. Woody Allen parodied it. Russian soldiers mutiny against their bosses.
A high mark in early Russian cinema, and cinema in general. A must see for students of film and history.
Its been 15 years since I’ve seen the movie but there are still sequences that are permanently etched in my brain.
Odessa stairs has played such a vital role in cinema history with the use of montage for effect
Culturally meaningful and very interesting propaganda. Good for anyone interested in history, politics, or movies as an art form
Its legacy speaks for itself. A textbook on good editing and arguably the single most persuasive statement on editing's importance to film.
Packs quite the emotional wallop given the capability of film back then.
The greatest movie of all time. Absolute masterpiece and contains the greatest scene in film history.
While impressive and important from a historical perspective, it also works and entertains today. Interesting and beautiful.
Worth watching for the impact it made on cinema, but doesn’t really offer much beyond that
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