Que Viva Mexico

Que Viva Mexico

Director: Grigory Alexandrov, Sergei Eisenstein Cast: Eduard K. Tissé

DVD (Black & White)

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Sergei Eisenstein's 1932 documentary Qué Viva México comes to DVD in a restored version from Kino Video with a standard full-frame transfer in the original black-and-white. The Russian soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo sound with optional English subtitles. Special features include the rare 20-minute short films Romance Sentimentale and Misery and Fortune of Woman. Also included is "Qué Viva Clippings," a sampling of texts about the film.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/03/2001
UPC: 0738329020224
Original Release: 1932
Rating: NR
Source: Kino Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [B&W]
Time: 1:25:00
Sales rank: 52,042

Special Features

"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"

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Chapter Selections
1. Opening Titles [5:11]
2. Prologue [4:11]
3. The Sandunga [16:32]
4. Fiesta [7:08]
5. The Bullfight [12:17]
6. Maguey [33:32]
7. Soldadera [1:57]
8. Epilogue [6:49]

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Que Viva Mexico 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Tigerman More than 1 year ago
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.