Provide a written reviews of the readings and films :Ivan the Terrible, Part II (Eisenstein, 1946)The entire first part of Ivan the Terrible (1944)

Provide a written reviews of the readings and films screened (3 pages double-spaced). The review should present a summary of the reading done prior to the date due of the assignment and assess its relevance to the films screened.Films: Ivan the Terrible, Part II (Eisenstein, 1946)The entire first part of Ivan the Terrible (1944) must be viewedprior to this session:http://www.veoh.com/collection/gloede/watch/v15898410scMNqhkD- She is Defending the Fatherland (aka No Greater Love,Ermler, 1943)Reading: Suny, The Soviet Experiment, chapt. 15;- Elena Zubkova, “How to Live After the War?” in: Russia After the War: Hopes, Illusions, and Disappointments, 1945-1957 (M.E. Sharpe, 1998), 31-39;Bonus readings:- Bernd Uhlenbruch, \”The Annexation of History: Eisenstein and the Ivan Grozny Cult ofthe 1940s\”. In: Hans Günther (ed.) The Culture of the Stalin Period (Macmillan, 1990),266-287;Sergei Eisenstein, “The Problems of the Soviet Historical Film,” in The EisensteinReader, ed. Richard Taylor (BFI, 1998), 145-207;Sergei Eisenstein, \”Stalin, Molotov and Zhdanov on Ivan the Terrible Part Two,\” in TheEisenstein Reader (BFI, 1998), 160-166.*Number of references used is relative to how many of the readings you chose to use. I need at least the first two readings to be reviewed and referenced. The bonus readings are preferred but not crucial. The films are mandatory references (They must be reviewed).*