I do apologize for the absence of subtitles. You might want to read a summary of the opera first, since Rossini does do a bit of fast-and-loose with his story.
Two things I love about this particular version: (1) von Stade; (2) the choreography. Watch how nicely they've matched the actions--both large-scale crowd movements, and things like nods and gestures--to the music. You don't often see this kind of balletic direction in a opera--it tends to be confined to, well, G&S and musicals.