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One of the greatest and most influential films ever made.
The version I saw also has a great score by composer Michael Nyman and written biographies of the Dziga Vertov and michael Nyman.
The Man With The Movie Camera is an excellent piece of work by Dziga Vertov who directs this film with lots of artistic quality.
For its time, it must have been quite a film. Although still interesting, it becomes a tad dull after about 20 minutes.Published 2 months ago by Patricia Ranney
Should be required viewing for anyone who considers themselves a serious lover of the film as an art form. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joshua Bradford
This is an amazing film. I'm so glad I can buy my own copy.Published 5 months ago by Lisa M. Rector
amazing film, 5 stars, but bad soundtrack here - completely ruins the film! watch with Alloy Orchestra's score instead.Published 5 months ago by Sergey Klimov
Don't watch this movie. Seriously, for the love of whatever higher power you may worship, do not watch this, I can't say it enough, watching this movie is a waste of hours of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Casey
It gives you a glimpse of the past, the technology, the advancements of the time, style, people, and way of life!Published 8 months ago by Vee
My son the film student recommended this film to me. He said I would enjoy the Man with a Camera. He was correct. It is an interesting silent film from the early Soviet film era. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Charles from Redondo Beach
Late 1920's Soviet Union. I'd call this sort of avant guarde ish. Interesting look at a day in the life of a city in Russia back then.Published 11 months ago by pjborg
Some (10%) of the urban grafitti is kind of nice, even artistic. Most of it is just junk, defacing somebody else's property.Published 11 months ago by Eduardo J. Paris