Moscow Parade (1992)

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Set in 1930s Moscow. About an aristocratic woman married to a member of Josef Stalin's secret police who embarks on an affair with a baggage handler.


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25 May 1999 | gonz30
| Ute Lemper is a knock out
The best reason to see MOSCOW PARADE (Prorva) is to see Ute Lemper in action. This versatile German artist can do it all, and this film gives the best glimpse at her many talents when she was in her mid 20's. She is currently starring on Broadway in CHICAGO, after having originated the same role in London's CHICAGO version. Too bad that's not on video. Meanwhile, settle for PRORVA. The only downside is that in making her look Russian for PRORVA, they decidedly made her appear much less attractive, as if there were no beautiful long legged blonde Russians.

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Drama | History


Release Date:

9 December 1992



Country of Origin

Russia, France

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