|Eduard K. Tissé||Actor|
|Eduard K. Tissé||Cinematographer|
"Romance Sentimentale," Sergei Eisenstein's first sound film; "Misery and Fortune of Woman," a 20-minute excerpt; "Que Viva" clippings, a sampling of texts pertaining to the production and release of "Qué Viva México"
The violence has been heavily censored, which makes it a boring film overall. By cutting the scenes of violence it distracts from the true meaning of why revolution occurred in the first place.