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7.5
/10
520 Ratings

Reds

Directed by Warren Beatty
United States, 1981
Drama, Biography

Synopsis

Political drama about the stormy romantic partnership of journalist-revolutionary Jack Reed, author of “Ten Days That Shook the World,” and writer-artist Louise Bryant, set against the backdrop of World War I and the Russian Revolution.

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Reds Directed by Warren Beatty

Awards & Festivals

Academy Awards

1982 | 3 wins including: Best Actress in a Supporting Role

1982 | 9 nominations including: Best Picture

National Board of Review

1981 | 4 wins including: Best Film

BAFTA Awards

1983 | 2 wins including: Best Supporting Actor

1983 | 4 nominations including: Best Actor

Beatty not only delivered a surprisingly literate and politically engaged film, he also crafted a romance for the ages.
October 11, 2018
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If the current rise of Donald Trump—whose inflammatory, xenophobic anti-immigration rhetoric seems to strike a chord in a large number of Americans—suggests anything, it’s that a film like Reds may be as unfashionable and necessary now as it was in 1981.
March 30, 2016
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Reds is an impressive film in many respects, long and spacious and intelligent. There was certainly nothing wrong with Beatty’s eye for talent and collaborators. Vittorio Storaro’s photography… is superb, clear and sharp, yet expressive, capturing a sense of period without excessive artifice. Yet, Reds is built around a curious series of contradictions and limitations that hamper its impact, the most overt of which is a gap between method and subject.
July 28, 2013
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