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October, also known as Ten Days That Shook the World, is a 1928 Soviet silent film directed by Sergei Eisenstein and co-directed by Grigory Aleksandrov. The film was commissioned by the Soviet government to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the October Revolution of 1917.

The film depicts the events of the Russian Revolution, focusing specifically on the October Revolution. It shows the Bolshevik uprising against the Provisional Government and the storming of the Winter Palace in Petrograd (now St. Petersburg). The film combines documentary-style footage with dramatic reenactments and shows the power of collective action and the spirit of revolution.

October is known for its innovative use of montage, a technique pioneered by Eisenstein. The film’s editing and aesthetics are a product of the revolutionary system, creating a visual and emotional impact. The film’s original score was composed by Edmund Meisel, and later, in 1966, Dmitri Shostakovich wrote a new score for the film.

Despite its artistic achievements, October was not as successful or influential in the Soviet Union as Eisenstein’s previous film, Battleship Potemkin. The film was considered too intellectual and stylized for ordinary working-class audiences, leading to mixed responses from patrons and critics.

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Título original Октябрь
IMDb Rating 7.4 8,435 votos
TMDb Rating 6.9 274 votos



Vladimir Popov isAleksandr Kerensky
Aleksandr Kerensky
Layaschenko isKonovalov
Boris Livanov isMinister Terestsenko
Minister Terestsenko
Mikholyev isKishkin
Chibisov isSkobolev
Smelsky isVerderevsky
Eduard Tisse isGerman Soldier
German Soldier


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