The Most Convincing Propogandist

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History

 

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Jason M

 

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June 20, 2012

 

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University

 

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Eisenstein's careful planning and directing resulted in an extremely thought-provoking propagandist masterpiece that strongly enforced the views of the ?common people' against those of the Tsarist regime. The most famous scenes of the film are that which take place in Odessa, "where a short sequence of forty-two shots was to be made representing the mutiny of the tsarist battleship Potemkin and its bloody aftermath...
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The most famous scenes of the film are that which take place in Odessa, "where a short sequence of forty-two shots was to be made representing the mutiny of the tsarist battleship Potemkin and its bloody aftermath." (Cook 127) More specifically, the Odessa staircase scene managed to leave the greatest impact on its viewers, due to its outright brutality and implied symbolism...
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