However, readers of the book and viewers of the film interpret them differently. Reed was creating a chronicle, not a monument. The incredible imagery of Reds and the maelstrom of the Revolution raise questions about the exact nature of the event - ones that the régime in power at the time would rather suppress. Viewers today have different questions about those ten days that brought about seven decades of global upheaval. What is even more incredible is Vittorio Sotaro's ability to yet again create a visual language completely unique to the film he was working on. His emotionally charged images show the overpowering euphoria of revolution, together with the facelessness of the crowd that it set into motion.
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