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Rated NR · 126 minutes · 2006

Drama

Four episodes depict life in Moscow and in the country. The opening of the film sets the whole atmosphere, introducing three characters who happen to meet in an anonymous bar. In the long bar scene, we learn from their conversations both the intriguing and banal details of their lives. But are they all telling the truth? It's only later on, when the three separate, that more hints about these strangers are revealed, mainly about the possibly cloned young woman. A film that plays with subjects like cloning, social and political changes in Russia, its countryside and its present-day citizens surviving all in their own way. Can these worlds really coexist in contemporary Russia?

Director: Ilya Khrzhanovsky
Writer: Vladimir Sorokin and Ilya Khrzhanovsky
Producer: Yelena Yatsura
Cast: Marina Vovchenko, Irina Vovchenko, Svetlana Vovchenko, Sergey Shnurov, Yuri Laguta, Konstantin Murzenko, Alexey Khvostenko, Anatoly Adoskin and Leonid Fedorov

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