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Do Czar A Lênin / Tsar To Lenin (1937) - Documentários - Making Off

Do Czar a Lênin
(Tsar to Lenin)
O filme definitivo sobre a Revolução Russa.

13 anos foram sendo recolhidas filmagens de todas as partes do mundo:
do arquivo do próprio czar, dos sovietes, de aventureiros de diversas
nacionalidades, de militares franceses, ingleses, japoneses e do Estado
Maior Alemão. O resultado é um documento histórico raríssimo sobre o
mais importante acontecimento do século XX. A narração dos fatos por
Max Eastman, com as imagens postas cronologicamente, nos levam de volta
ao tempestuoso ano de 1917, diretamente para o olho do furacão.
Screenshots (clique na imagem para ver em tamanho real)

Informações sobre o filme
Informações sobre o release
Alexander Kerensky
V.I. Lenin
Leon Trotsky
Tsar Nicholas II
Gênero: Documentário
Diretor: Herman Axelbank
Duração: 68 minutos
Ano de Lançamento: 1937
País de Origem: Estados Unidos
Idioma do Áudio: Inglês
Site Oficial: http://tsartolenin.com/
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2401196/
Qualidade de Vídeo: DVD Rip
Vídeo Codec: XviD
Vídeo Bitrate: 1.023 Kbps
Áudio Codec: MPEG1/2 L3
Áudio Bitrate: 192 kbps 48 KHz
Resolução: 384 x 288
Aspect Ratio: 1.333
Formato de Tela: Tela Cheia (4x3)
Frame Rate: 29.970 FPS
Tamanho: 556.2 MiB
Legendas: Em anexo
Review by The New York Times, March 9, 1937

Eastman has edited and compiled the most complete, impartial and
intelligent film history of the Russian revolution thus far shown. His
“Tsar to Lenin,” .now at the Filmarte, vs an important work, neither
hymn of hate nor paean of praise. While his long friendship with Trotsky
and his dislike of Stalin have induced him to dwell upon the former and
slight the latter, this is only a minor flaw in an otherwise objective
survey of the exciting years between 1912 and 1922. The “fellow-workers”
visiting the Filmarte prepared to hiss a Trotskyite’s summary of their
banner years will find precious little excuse for demonstration, for
facts (as Lenin said) are stubborn things, and Mr. Eastman has dealt
with facts alone.

His picture has much the nature of a jig-saw
puzzle. It is built of unrelated scenes, many of them fitted into a
pattern quite unlike the one for which they were intended. Some of the
shots were made by the Czar's photographer, some by the Czar himself,
some by Soviet photographers, some by the German general staff, some by
the staff camera men with the French, English and Japanese armies of
occupation, some by American war correspondents. Some were meant as Red
army propaganda, some were intended to uphold the cause of the Whites.
Mr. Eastman has assembled them chronologically, used only those he was
assured were authentic. The resulting picture is honest, unbiased,
reasonably thorough. The narrative accompaniment is not always so
abstract, but it attempts, at least, to seem non-partisan.

picture opens with the prewar years, sketohing vividly the ease and
luxury of the Imperial Court, the squalor and poverty of the peasant and
working classes. It carries on through the war, with the breakdown of
the food and munitions transport system, the famine at the front and the
unrest behind the lines. Street scenes in the capital catch the first
mutterings of rebellion, watch them swell into a chorus of revolt.
Ironically the narrator mentions the Czar's abdication, Grand Duke
Nikolai’s hasty refusal to assume power. The people take control, elect
their representatives and Russia—almost at once—is ringed about by her

Kerensky, Yudenich, Deniken, Kolchak—they make their
bids for power, for popular support; some by arms, some by diplomacy.
But the Russian people have laid down their mandate; Lenin directs the
battle, Trotsky (says Mr. Eastman) carries it through. The picture ends
with Russia united, the enemy driven from its borders, Lenin towering as
the heroic figure of the revolution. Happily It is content to sign off
without the usual “documentary” postlude of the “Internationale” and an
ecstatic glimpse of a tractor brigade. “Tsar to Lenin” has chronicled
only the first step of the revolt, but it has done it extremely well.
Mr. Eastman is to be congratulated.
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Arquivo anexado
 OneBigTorrent.org - Tsar to Lenin (The Definitive Film Record Of The 1917 Russian Revolution).torrent   11.49K
Arquivo anexado
 Tsar.to.Lenin.DVDRip.Xvid-wtfuxz.pt-br.rar   18.57K

Editado por mfcorrea, 21 July 2013 - 05:41 PM.