Reds (1981) - (Movie Clip) What Haven't We Covered?
Portland, Oregon, 1915, a somewhat-contrived version of the meeting of the principals (writer-director Warren Beatty as journalist John "Jack" Reed, Diane Keaton as native Louise Bryant), M. Emmet Walsh the pompous orator at a local civic club, early in Reds, 1981.
Reds -- (Original Trailer)
Warren Beatty directed and co-starred, with Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson in Reds, 1981, the story of John Reed, the American Communist who is buried in the Kremlin.
Reds (1981) -- (Movie Clip) Go Where The Freedom Is!
Meeting for a second time, at a polite Portland, Oregon dinner party, visiting journalist Jack Reed (director Warren Beatty) has learned that Louise (Diane Keaton), who eagerly interviewed him earlier, is married, then more, in Reds, 1981.
Reds (1981) -- (Movie Clip) They Are Waiting For Your Example
Moscow, 1917, writer-director Warren Beatty as American radical journalist John Jack Reed, with Diane Keaton as his colleague and wife Louise Bryant, swept into supporting a general strike, though not recreating a specific historic event, in Reds, 1981.
Reds (1981) -- (Movie Clip) The Bolsheviks Are Small Potatoes
Writer-director Warren Beatty as John Reed in New York, 1917, recovering from the removal of a diseased kidney, reads correspondence from lover Louise Bryant (Diane Keaton) in Paris, then gets news undermining hers, from journalist Pete Van Wherry (Gene Hackman), in Reds, 1981.
Reds (1981) -- (Movie Clip) I Wouldn't Share You
Louise Bryant (Diane Keaton) in an early encounter with Eugene O'Neill (Jack Nicholson), friend of her lover and writer of a play in which she's performing, from director and star Warren Beatty's Reds, 1981.
Reds (1981) -- (Movie Clip) One Big Union
Ca. 1916, probably New Jersey, writer-director-star Warren Beatty as activist-journalist John Jack Reed at an IWW (Industrial Workers Of The World) gathering, Dolph Sweet playing the legendary organizer Big Bill Haywood, in Beattys historical epic Reds, 1981.