|Battleship Potemkin, 1926, Sergei Eisenstein, director.|
|Sergei Eisenstein, 1925|
|The Battleship Potemkin around 1905, before the mutiny.|
|The final shot from Eisenstein's|
Odessa steps massacre sequence.
Subtlety was not his forte.
|Eisenstein's Massacre on the Odessa steps, Battleship Potemkin, 1926.|
|The Battleship Potemkin, after the Mutiny.|
|Eisenstein's dramatic confrontation on the Odessa steps, Battleship Potemkin, 1926.|
Eisenstein's most powerful editing:
|Eisenstein's suspenseful baby stroller scenario was copied by Brian De Palma in his 1978 film, The Untouchables, during the climactic massacre scene filmed in New York's Grand Central Station.|