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Dear Comrades!

Andrei Konchalovsky / RU, 2020 / 116 min.

This poignant Russian film is set in 1962, when a workers' strike was brutally suppressed. It is an episode in Khrushchev’s Soviet Union that was long covered up. The film, beautifully shot in black and white, was awarded the Special Jury Prize at the Film Festival of Venice.

poster Dear Comrades! (Andrei Konchalovsky, RU 2020)

Lyudmila is a local apparatchik in Novocherkass, a city in the southern Soviet Union. She is a loyal communist who fought to protect Stalin’s ideology during WW II. When the workers in the local factory decide to lay down their work, Lyudmilla is determined to clamp down on the strike.

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Persons under 12 years must be accompanied by an adultThis movie contains scenes of violenceScenes from this movie may cause fearThis movie contains scenes with alcohol and/or drug useThis movie contains foul language

Director

Andrei Konchalovsky

Production year

2020

Country

RU

Original title

Dorogie tovarishchi (Eng.), Dorogie tovarisjtsji (NL)

Length

116 min.

Language

Russian

Subtitles

ENG of NLD

Format

DCP

still Dear Comrades! (Andrei Konchalovsky, RU 2020)
still Dear Comrades! (Andrei Konchalovsky, RU 2020)
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