Sergei Eisenstein - Mexican Fantasy (1998)
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For this black-and-white Russian documentary, filmmaker Oleg Kovalov surveys the unfinished Mexican project of Sergei M. Eisenstein (1898-1948), an ambitious work originally titled Que Viva Mexico! After Paramount rejected the project in October 1930, it was financed by a group of investors that included novelist Upton Sinclair and the Gillette safety razor company. Some 285,000 feet (about 50 hours) were shot in 1931-32 by Eisenstein and cameraman Eduard Tisse before Sinclair called a halt to
Apr 10, 2001
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