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Russian Symphony

Russian Symphony

Jan. 01, 1994Russia115 Min.PG
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Russian Symphony is a parable based on the Last Judgement coming to Russia in the mid-1990s. This important film by Konstantin Lopushansky is up there with his other classics, Dead Man’s Letters and A Visitor to a Museum.

Amid a decade defined by the collapse of the Soviet Union and resulting economic catastrophe, Russian cinema during this time released a stream of gangster films depicting these tough times. In Russian Symphony, however, Lopushansky released something quite different and much more thought-provoking. Watch this film to witness a strange, incredible work, rich with phantasmagoric symbolism and Christian thought. In fact, it won the Ecumenical (Christian) Jury Prize at the Berlin Film Festival after it came out.

Russian Symphony
Original title Русская симфония
IMDb Rating 6.4 123 votes
TMDb Rating 6.4 5 votes

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