This is a truly lovely conversion of this movie with great picture and audio quality. resolution is 720 X 400 the video bit rate is set to just 800 (more than that isn't honestly practical for bittorents as they take too long with no competent benefit to speak of) however the movie is in two parts just as it is on the DVD discs. Also in this torrent distribution are two mp3 files of songs from this great movie, "I don't want to play in your yard" and "Internationale" by the Russian Red Army chorus.
Reds is a depiction of the Liberal spirit of American playrights artists and other intellectually inclined thinkers of that period from the American stage.
Of course communism was not a good idea for the human race as the suppression of its spirit leads to a living death of sorts and in this respect the sentiments of the movie often appear fundamentally misguided.
On the other hand, Mr. Warren Beatty's character in the movie seems to have genuine concern that the role of profits may be overdone in the American mindset and a better way forward has to be found in the spirit of sharing especially when this can be done with little foregone benefit in acting mean spirited instead such as the movie industry does by oppressing children for $30 for a movie such as "The Sound of music" made 43 years ago, and for which 500 families were recently on a waiting list to borrow in DVD form in the Toronto library system. This movie should be a gift to every child in honour of Ms. Julie Andrews in fact, and what she tried to teach in her spirited example on screen.
The movie industry has long been in decline and has stooped making sanely beautiful stuff. the message of inane notions of mental egalaterianism is all they seem preoccupied and focussed on in a manner as to suggest a fixation with giving away the office of the white house to anyone with just such a preference in our midst.
Rather than make any more profits, such thinkers in the same spirit as one might approach Bill gates is to say that 50 billion is enough from any monopoly and we just don't need any more new versions of the windows operating system funded by overpriced older versions they should long have been giving away as overpaid for at this point. Michael Chessman