>"The Odessa Steps" sequence from _Potemkin_ is not in slow motion.
>Eisenstein uses many "experimental" cinematic devices throughout the film,
>including over-lapped action and mismatched cutting, but there's no slo-mo
>in that sequence.
Querry to David Desser:
Are there any slo-mo shots in other places in _Potemkin_? And didn't
Eisenstein use slo-mo in other of his films? I seem to recall some and I
always thought it was his was of emphasing a moment by elongating it in
time. A reaping scene in _Bezhin Meadow_ perhaps?
Charles Ram=EDrez Berg
University of Texas at Austin
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