Russian Symphony 1994
A parable on the theme of the Last Judgement that is beginning in Russia in our days.

The protagonist is a desperate man looking to save the children of an orphanage from rising flood waters suffusing Russia, but he can’t find anyone to help him amid a populace increasingly mired in riots and insanity.

Russian Symphony was the third in Lopushansky’s so-called apocalypse trilogy (which actually wound up a quartet). Once again Lopushansky crafts a dense, Tarkovsky inspired account of faith and despair in a sumptuously detailed apocalyptic future.

DVD9 | PAL 4:3 | 01:48:45 | 7.62 Gb + 3% rec
Language: Russian
Subtitles: English
Genre: Drama, Fantasy

Director: Konstantin Lopushanskiy
Cast: Viktor Mikhaylov, Aleksandr Ilin, Valentin Golubenko
Country: Russia

-- Documentary (56 min, no subs)
-- Trailers

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