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The Red and the White

The Red and the White(1967) was made by the Hungarian filmmaker Miklós Jancsó.  He was known for his strong political films that used a popular technique in Eastern European cinema called “double language”.  This was a way of passing the … Continue reading

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Red and whites film response

As a modern day film, The Red and the White directed by Miklós Jancsó, would fail, but for its time, produced a new wave of techniques and styles to incorporate. My initial thought of the film was that it was … Continue reading

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Film Response 2: The Red and The White

The Red and the White is a 1967 film directed by Miklos Jansco was banned in the U.S.S.R for many years for its subject matter on the Russian Civil War. “Set in the hills along the Volga River during Russia’s … Continue reading

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The Red and The White: Film Response #2

The Red and The White is a 1960’s film by Miklos Jancso which depicted the Russian Civil War. The film shows both sides, The Reds being the Bolsheviks, and The Whites being the Czarists, fighting throughout the entire film. As … Continue reading

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