The doodle pays tribute to Sergei Eisenstein that shows a series of film rolls in movement therefore depicting iconic imagery in some of Mr Eisenstein's films. A closer look into the doodle shows sequencing of a number of images in a continuous loop therefore creating the effect of a montage. The doodle also shows a cartoon of a Sergei Eisenstein lookalike, holding a film roll and a scissors depicting a cut or an edit.
Sergei Eisenstein was the one to create a new form called 'montage of attractions' - in which images are chosen and then carefully placed sequentially not in chronology, but in a way that would create larger psychological impact thus communicating his idea to the audience. Along with his work on defining motion picture, director Sergei Eisenstein contributed to 'realistic' filmmaking depicting the struggle of downtrodden workers against the ruling class.
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