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Eisenstein - The Sound Years (Ivan the Terrible Parts 1 & 2, Alexander Nevsky) - Criterion Collection [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Nikolaï Cherkasov, Lyudmila Tselikovskaya, Seraphima Birman, Pyotr Kadochnikov, Nikolaï Okhlopkov
  • Réalisateurs : Sergei Eisenstein
  • Format : Noir et blanc, Sous-titré, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Russe (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), Anglais
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 3
  • Studio : Home Vision Entertainment
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 24 avril 2001
  • ASIN: B00004XQN5
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27 internautes sur 27 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Criterions's Finest Offering! 27 décembre 2002
Par findkeep@eburg.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
"Ivan the Terrible Parts I and II" is a film of greatness, so great in fact that after seeing it only once I would probably include it among the ten finest films I have ever seen. It is a work of bold compositions (visual, aural, verbal, rhythmic, textural, political, etc.) arranged into a dense and exciting network of sensual and intellectual information. The interaction of motifs and ideas, symbolism and iconography into a sort of cinematic Russian fresco is absolutely thrilling. This often has a bizarre effect. The actor's movements are so deliberate as to be completely alien; after all, these are not human beings, they are representations of human beings on a screen, like portraits on a canvas, an idea which adds greatly to the purity of the film's artifice (of course, this is actually even more complex, having something to do with biomechanics, a theory I know too little of to discuss here). The film is completely engrossing, and is really a treasure trove hidden references and information, which really makes it fascinating. Honestly, I can not praise this film enough. It is grandiose and spectacular, a stunning work of depth and complexity.
"Alexander Nevsky" on the other hand would seem to be a very simple film, simple to the point of being stupid. In fact it is very complex (if not quite so much as "Ivan"), and only seems stupid because of a ridiculous political purpose and mindset that weighs it down. Its embarrassingly propagandistic, and politically compromised, something which greatly dulls the films underlying brilliance. "Ivan" is a complete reversal and a far superior film, at least in my view, in that it is able to subvert political expectancies, transforming what was intended as Stalinist propaganda into a disguised Stalinist and Communist critique, even lament. "Nevsky" lacks this independence, and while it is still fascinating as a work of form, structure, and motif (among many other Eisenstinean devices) it is ultimately too compromised to be as great a piece of art as "Ivan."
In spite of that, Criterion's treatment of both films (or three, depending on how you look at it) is absolutely grand. The transfers, aside from some rather rough spots on "Nevsky," are really quite good, the extras are fascinating and deeply insightful, and the packaging is far more attractive than it looks on amazon's picture. I probably own around 20 or more discs by Criterion, and all absolutely fantastic packages, but this one is the best! Absolutely one of the most solid purchases you'll ever make! And it's so wonderful to see these kind of films being given the royal treatment usually reserved for the more recent, popular, and... cough-shallow-cough releases. Long live The Criterion Collection, and God bless the soul of Sergei Eisenstein!
P.S. Oh, and God bless Sergei Prokofiev, composer of these films' beautiful and justly renowned musical scores.
41 internautes sur 47 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Ivan The Terrible...a bizarre classic 18 mai 2001
Par Jerry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Alexander Nevsky is a lively pro-Soviet propaganda piece partially intended as a warning to Hitler at the time not to invade Russia. The epic battle on the frozen lake is justly famous and the sheer scope of the logistics of filming are impressive. Some of the characters are somewhat cliche stock creations of the time including the two soldiers fighting for the love of one woman who must prove themselves in battle, but overall it's a modest success.
The real prize in this three film Criterion set however is of course Ivan the Terrible parts 1 and 2, a great masterpiece, Eisenstein's most "enjoyable" film(s) and indeed one of the oddest works to emerge from Soviet cinema of the time. Highly expressionistic visuals combine with a melodramatic (and slightly revisionist) take of Ivan's life to create one of the stranger filmic experiences one will see. Eisenstein clearly had a very highly developed visual style and the numerous extreme close-ups of faces are extraordinary as are the sets and costumes. Part 2 doesn't quite live up to the promise of part 1 but nevertheless brings the characters to an appropriate conclusion. Bizarrely humorous (perhaps unintentionally at times) Ivan is nevertheless a film more for afficionados than for the casual viewer looking for another classic in the mould of Casablanca.
Regarding the transfers, they are superb and anyone expecting better prints is simply not being realistic regarding the age of the material and the conditions in which they were kept. While not as pristine looking as other recent releases of 40's films on DVD such as Shadow of a Doubt or Monsieur Hulot's Holiday they are more than adequate considering given the circumstances.
13 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Outstanding 6 mai 2001
Par Martin E. Edwards III - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
It has always been hard to enjoy these movies because of the poor prints available, but Criterion has undertaken the trouble to restore these three great movies to their original (almost) quality. It was worth the wait. Sergei Eisenstein was a master of merging image upon image with a musical background. In Alexander Nevsky, you almost feel like you are watching a Prokofiev score, rather than just watching a movie. Ivan the Terrible Parts I and II are even better; they are materpieces of image and symbolism. I can't believe Eisenstein was able to make these movies under the oppressive watch of Stalin, but the fact that he did makes these works all the more impressive. These pictures don't take the Hollywood instant gratification route, so they require the viewer to concentrate. Stick with them; they are wonderful. Highly recommended.
24 internautes sur 27 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Par Anthony Clarke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Given Criterion's attention to picture and sound quality, this three-DVD set of Eisenstein's sound films 'Alexander Nevsky' and 'Ivan the Terrible' parts One and Two, should rank as one of the great DVD releases of the year. View them alongside Leni Riefenstahl's 'Triumph of the Will' which is being released by Synapse, and see how totally opposed propaganda viewpoints created cinematic history. These Eisenstein movies created a new kind of cinema -- operatic cinema, each frame carefully composed for great rhetorical effect. And Russian composer Prokofief worked alongside Eisenstein to create some of the most powerful music ever composed for the cinema to this day. These films are not just an indispensable part of cinematic history. They are films you will return to through the rest of your life.
11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
genius 28 avril 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Eisenstein: The Sound Years is the best Criterion release I have ever purchased, which is saying a whole lot, concerning that I also have such other Criterion masterpieces as The Third Man, The Passion of Joan of Arc,The Grand Illusion, and several others. The pictures are better than they have ever been. The sound is as great as it could be from the sources (which is, to say, not all that great). The extra material is enormous. If you didn't like any of the three films, their essayists will be happy to convince you otherwise. I bought the set for Alexander Nevsky, but the two Ivan the Terribles are even better, if that is possible.
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