The Bull (2019)

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1997. Russia is finding it tough in the wake of the USSR, a fact reflected in local criminal gangs. Bull is leader of one such. He ends up at the police station, where he s asked pull off a risky mob-job in return of imprisonment.


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10 November 2019 | Sibman
Not great, not terrible.
In general, the film is not bad, but nothing more. The plot is crumpled, there are a lot of characters, but they all, except for the main male and female characters, do not open up completely and are presented only as scenery. You are unlikely to be rewatching it. 'Free' nineties are shown very superficially and chamberly, a lot of omissions and inaccuracies. Filmed too budget, the music in the film is not a hit from those times. For the Moscow Region in 1997, the way of life of the heroes and the town itself are too poor, even in my Siberian wilderness then we already lived better. Of the success, this was the work of a costume designer (I wore some of the ones shown).

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