Call number: DVD-4269


Eizenshtein - Panzerkreuzer Potemkin AND Oktjabr

On 2 DVDs

This is DVD 2, containing

EIZENSHTEIN, Sergei
Oktiabr´, ili desiat´ dnei, kotorye potriasli mir [October, or Ten Days that Shook the World]

Sovkino (Moscow-Leningrad), 1927; released 7 November 1927 (showing at the Bol´shoi teatr SSSR) and 14 March 1928
Assistant director: Grigorii Aleksandrov
Screenplay: Sergei Eizenshtein, Grigorii Aleksandrov, based on the book by John Reed
Assistants to the director: Maksim Shtraukh, M. Gomorov and Il´ia Trauberg
Photography: Eduard Tisse
Production design: Vasilii Kovrigin
Camera assistants: Vladimir Popov, Vladimir Nil´sen
Music score by Edmund Meisel performed by Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, directed by Frank Strobel

Lenin					Vasilii Nikandrov
Kerenskii				Nikolai Popov
Cabinet Minister Tereshchenko		Boris Livanov
Konovalov				Liashchenko
Skobolev				Chibisov
Kishkin					Mikholev
Verderevskii				Smel´skii
Bolshevik				Nikolai Podvoiskii
German soldier				Eduard Tisse
Antonov-Ovseenko			Sokolov
Sinegubov				Iurii Pevzner-Chekana
And the citizens of Leningrad
118 minutes
Russian titles with optional German, English and French subtitles

AND

Zehn Tage, die die Welt erschütterten [Ten Days That Shook the World]
The Contemporary German version of October
1928
Music score by Edmund Meisel

43 minutes, extract
German titles with optional English and French subtitles

DVD
Region code 0
Aspect ratio 1.33:1, 4:3
Languages Optional German, English and French subtitles
Features Restored
24-page trilingual booklet with essays by Thomas Tode, Richard Siedhoff, Stefan Drössler and Petr Bagrov
Rare documents and essays available on ROM
Source Edition Filmmuseum, 82

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