While the mensheviks vacillate, an advance guard infiltrates the palace. An american journalist and revolutionary writer, john reed became a close friend of lenin and was an eyewitness to the 1917 revolution in russia. Days that shook the world season 1 episode 6 simkl. Ten days that shook the world is a 1928 soviet silent historical film by sergei eisenstein and grigori aleksandrov. Reed followed many of the prominent bolshevik leaders closely during his time in russia. Octavo, original green cloth, cartographic endpapers, illustrated. Converted to ebook format by pablo stern britain, 2017. An epic presentation of the turbulent days leading to the russian revolution. Ten days that shook the world marxists internet archive. Each 60 minute episode explores either one or two significant events from history through a combination of dramatisation, archive footage, and. The great film director sergei eisenstein based his film october ten days that shook the world on the american reporters work. But do you suspect that you mightve missed a couple of the alltime greats. With robert stephens, barbara jefford, hugh burden, janet suzman.
While most of the moments on film are pretty realistic, eisenstein and alexandropov. This ebook and other works by john reed are available from the john reed section of the marxists internet archive. After a few minutes huddling there, some hundreds of men, the army seemed reassured and without any orders suddenly began again to flow forward. Transcribed for the world wide web by david walters united states, 2001. The original series had hour long episodes with two thematicallyrelated days e.
Days that shook the world season 1 episode 6 kristallnachtthe birth of israel. Reed was present in the streets, halls, and meetings where the formative events took place, and there to hear the speeches and comments of the crowd firsthand. Sheriff lindo and the hammer ten dubs that shook the world. Already the machinery had been set up by which the land of the great estates could be distributed among the peasants.
Ten days that shook the world is a stunning historical document, full of rich detail, quotes, and observationsone that any student of revolution or russian history will find indispensable. Ten days that shook the world 1919 is a book by the american journalist and socialist john reed about the october revolution in russia in 1917, which reed experienced firsthand. With boris livanov, nikolay popov, vasili nikandrov, layaschenko. In fact the series covers a large number of historic days including the wright brothers flight, the assassinations of kennedy and lincoln, the death of primncess diana and the declaration of the state of israel. Ten days that shook the world film product information category classic dvds, dramas movies, foreign films videos, war, vintage, politics, silent cinema, russian. Red wedge answers no, and we intend our soontobe released fourth issue as a way of insisting that this vision is still an urgent and necessary one. Thirteen days that shook the world and nearly ended it. Ten days that shook the world was broadcast in november, 2017. Ten movies that shook the world scanners roger ebert. Beginning in february of 1917, a group of revolutionaries tears down the statue of tsar nicholas, the last emperor of russia. Bright side compiled a list of 100 great films that conquered the world, gaining. With some films, you know this right from the very start. However, the book was overall positively received by critics at the time of its first publication, despite some critics vocal. Better known as october andor ten days that shook the world this sergei eisenstein classic recreates the final days of the soviet revolution.
Based on the classic work by john reed, this important documentary makes use of rare footage and littleknown. The book was penned by john reed, a socialist journalist from the united states, who was the subject of the warren beatty movie, reds. The programmer and copresenter of ten films that shook the world is film historian and critic ed rampell, who majored in cinema at hunter college, manhattan, coauthored three movie history. Ten days that shook the world is a tv show on british national television from bbc4 with an average rating of 4. Lets face it, a movie like october, ten days that shook the world, sergei eisensteins propagandistic account of the 1917 russian revolution and the events leading up to it, is never going to appeal to a mainstream movie fan. Ten days that shook the world 1967 movie moviefone. Librivox recording of ten days that shook the world, by john reed.
John reed john reeds ten days that shook the world, published in 1922, is a gripping account of the russian revolution that took place just years earlier in the midst of world war i. Reed followed many of the prominent bolshevik leaders, especially grigory zinoviev and karl radek, closely during his time in russia. Ten days that shook the world 1928 directed by sergei eisenstein, grigori alexandrov. Ten days that shook the world transcribereditors remarks. Days that shook the world is a british documentary television series that premiered on bbc two on 17 september 2003 and lasted for three series. In sergey eisenstein next made a film entitled october, or ten days that shook the world, which in the space of two hours dealt with the shifts of power in the government after the 1917 revolution, the entrance on the scene of lenin, and the struggle between the bolsheviks and their political and. An aid for an oral presentation looking at the film maker, modes of documentary, purpose and persuasion in the film. It is a celebratory dramatization of the 1917 october revolution commissioned for the tenth anniversary of the event. Here we have the quintessential example of the high concept movie. October ten days that shook the world 1928 movie youtube. In near fine condition with light rubbing to the extremities. Ten days that shook the world 1919 is a book by american journalist and socialist john reed about the october revolution in russia in 1917.
Ten days that shook the world was the title john reed gave his remarkable book. Ten days that shook the world is a book by american journalist and socialist john reed about the october revolution in russia in 1917, which reed experienced firsthand. Ten days that shook the world 1919 is a book by american journalist and socialist john reed about the october revolution in russia in 1917 which reed experienced firsthand. The film itself chronicles the buildup and catharsis of the october revolution. A day that shook the world recalls the days of the 20th century that proved to be eradefining and pivotal in the course of modern history. These are the days on which political revolutions, technological breakthroughs, and sporting triumphs took place, and whose effects were felt. Reeds account was romantic, partisan and intensely personal. Each of them could have delivered a one megaton warhead onto americas east coast cities, starting with washington dc. John reed died in 1920, shortly after the book was finished, and he is one of the few americans buried at the kremlin wall.
Like so many other artists in russia and beyond, sergei. Ten days that shook the world tv movie 1967 cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Based on the classic work by john reed, this important documentary makes use of rare footage and littleknown information, stirringly narrated by orson welles. The film has also been known as ten days that shook the world, its release title in the u. However, like potemkin, it too is a very politically driven propaganda film. Desyat dney kotorye potryasli mir is a 1928 soviet silent historical film by sergei eisenstein and grigori aleksandrov. Ten days that shook the world letterboxd social film. By this time, in the light that streamed out of all the winter palace windows, i could see that the first two or three hundred men were red guards.
Originally released as october in the soviet union, the film was reedited and released internationally as ten days that shook the world, after john reeds. Ten days that shook the world 1967 the movie database. Watch october ten days that shook the world 1928 full movie with english subtitles. Ten days that shook the world is a 1928 soviet silent historical film by sergei eisenstein. Ten days that shook the world by reed john, first edition. See oktiabr also read article about ten days that shook the world from wikipedia. In the meantime, we recognize and celebrate 1917 with eisensteins amazing and monumental october. Cathedrala bloody italian film of passion and intrigue. Presented in documentary style, this 1928 soviet silent film recreates the events in petrograd, beginning.
Ten days that shook the world 1967 men and women share their recollections of the russian revolution in this anglosoviet production. And in 1928, eisenstein was met with his harshest criticism yet, upon the release of october. Ten days that shook the world 1919 is a book by the american journalist and socialist john. Ten movies that shook the world 1977 1999, the semisequel to my piece on how star wars changed everything, is now at msn movies. Ten days that shook the world is a compendium of eyewitness reporting and translated except for some illustrations source materials from this pivotal point in the russian revolution. Ten days that shook the world is reeds extraordinary record of that event. October ten days that shook the world russian film hub. But this missile, and 41 others including some longerranged ss5s terrified the united states during the october 1962 missile crisis days that shook the world. Ten days that shook the world tv movie 1967 full cast. Ten days that shook the world is replete with magnificent scenes of mass movement, with amazingly observed characters a gallery of types that can never be forgotten, and with extremely striking.1205 846 647 998 466 614 395 114 705 391 73 694 529 844 475 393 1585 479 572 522 1307 1136 666 275 189 588 354 576 1574 584 550 1116 1195 1380 905 726 1282 264 682 651 358 578 1344 132 1274