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Man with a movie camera

(DVD - 2003 - No linguistic content)
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
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Dziga Vertov's Man with a movie camera is considered one of the most innovative and influential films of the silent era. This dawn-to-dusk view of the Soviet Union offers a montage of urban Russian life, showing the people of the city at work and at play, and the machines that endlessly whirl to keep the metropolis alive.
Title: Man with a movie camera
[videorecording]
Published: New York : Kino International, c2003.
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (68 min.) :,sd., b&w ;,4 3/4 in.
Notes: Originally released as a motion picture in 1929.
Summary: Dziga Vertov's Man with a movie camera is considered one of the most innovative and influential films of the silent era. This dawn-to-dusk view of the Soviet Union offers a montage of urban Russian life, showing the people of the city at work and at play, and the machines that endlessly whirl to keep the metropolis alive.
Local Note: 4
Additional Contributors: Nyman, Michael
Vertov, Dziga 1896-1954.
Kino International Corporation
Branch Call Number: DVD F MAN
Statement of Responsibility: music by Michael Nyman ; directed by Dziga Vertov
Credits: Music by Michael Nyman performed by the Michael Nyman Band.
System Details: DVD.
Subject Headings: Soviet Union Social life and customs Drama Video recordings.
Genre/Form: Silent films.
Feature films.
Publisher No: K297
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Feb 24, 2013
  • ms_mustard rated this: 3.5 stars out of 5.

dizzying array of camera tricks and locations. swept along in a day in the life of a Soviet city, which actually took 3 years to put together. made in 1929 but has a very fast paced modern feel.

Feb 10, 2013
  • Bazooka_Joe rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Can a silent-era film containing no actors, no plotline, and no narration-cards actually hold the rapt attention of a jaded viewer, like myself, for more than just a few minutes?_____ As hard as it is to believe (after watching 1929's "Man With A Movie Camera"), I'm convinced that it can. This has got to be one of the most interesting films of the silent-era that I have ever seen._____ Filmed in Russia (mainly within the city of Moscow) and directed by Dziga Vertov (also a Russian), I found it quite surprising how startlingly modern this film appeared to be._____ Utilizing a groundbreaking style of rapid-fire editing and incorporating other cinematic techniques such as split-screen, slow motion, and freeze-frame, the final effect of this experimental film was, at times, nothing short of mesmerizing._____ In this dusk-till-dawn view if urban, Russian life (as the wheels of progress relentlessly turn round and round), the viewer gets a rare, front-row seat to take a glimpse at the city and its people at work, rest, and play.

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Feb 09, 2013
  • Bazooka_Joe rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Other: This film shows women's bare breasts, a bloodied man seriously injured in a street accident, and the depiction of birth,

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