R | | Biography, Comedy, Drama
In September 2017, a high ranking official in the Russian Ministry of Culture announced that the Russian authorities were considering putting a ban on the film in their country.
I know the drill. Smile, shake hands and try not to call them cunts.
Svetlana asks Beria to release Aleksei Kapler, her first love who is imprisoned in the gulag. Beria tells her that Kapler is dead. However, Kapler was released in 1953, soon after Stalin's death, and lived to 1979. There doesn't seem to be any reason for Beria to lie, since he is supposed to be ingratiating himself to Svetlana.
Black-and-white photographs of the main characters appear over the end credits, but various figures are airbrushed out, have their faces defaced, or have other people superimposed over them, as per Soviet photos of Trotsky and purge victims.
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