To return to the starting point, it takes only a few stations on the train. The worst childhood memories would show up if you cross the line. The main character of the film, 20-year-old Dima, who grew up in an orphanage, one day decided to find his real family.
Winter Go Away
“Winter Go Away” was filmed by the graduates of Marina Razbezhkina and Mikhail Ugarov’s Documentary Filmmaking and Theater School, on the initiative of Novaya Gazeta, an independent Russian newspaper. Ten young directors did not part from their cameras for two months. The result was a chronicle of Russia’s winter protests - a chronicle of those who make the political climate and those who are dissatisfied with the makers. We see people, their faces, their conversations, rallies, victories and defeats ahead of the presidential election. A living camera interacts with living heroes. “Winter Go Away” is funny in places - and yet contains an overall sadness. Its nearly 80 minutes go by very quickly - so quickly that one wonders immediately what comes next.
Lenin museum in the Gorky village was built at the end of the Soviet epoch, in the year 1987. And it was the most ambitious “Temple of the God” in the USSR. Twenty years later, when Russia is still in the process of transformation in the new political system, the Museum is still in operation, while it reflects the social situation in the country.
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