Que Viva Mexico! film Product Information
Que Viva Mexico! movie was released Apr 03, 2001 by the Kino on Video studio. .85 minute black and white film examining the people and social climate of Mexico.
Que Viva Mexico! review Product Description
Sergei Eisenstein's lost masterpiece documents the history of Mexico and its people through Yucatecan monuments, Tehuantepecan jungles, and the frescoes of Squieros, Rivera, and Orosco. Que Viva Mexico! video The film was shot on location in Mexico by Edouard Tisse and financed by American novelist Upton Sinclair; it is a silent film, with Russian narration and English subtitles. ...See Full Description
Que Viva Mexico! movie Customer Reviews
||Power to the people|
Que Viva Mexico! review This is the most beutiful looking film I have ever seen. Its eerie with the 70's soundtrack over early 30's footage of the mexican ruins.
By catholicschoolgrrrl (Two Harbors MN)
Que Viva Mexico! DVD for sale Of course I am interested on the film to see Mexican culture and also if it is really true the inclusion of Incas on the film, as stated above.
By salvador.sandoval (Mexico)
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Que Viva Mexico! video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1592269|
|Studio||Kino on Video|
|DVD Encoding||Region 1|
|Release Date||Apr 03, 2001|
|Running Time||85 Minutes|
|Movie Details||B&W; Mono Sound; Subtitled|
Que Viva Mexico! DVD Features
Full Frame - 1.33
Additional Release Material:
1. ROMANCE SENTIMENTALE (Eisenstein, 1930, 20 min.)
2. MISERY AND FORTUNE OF A WOMAN (Eisenstein, 1929, 20 min. excerpt)
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