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Russian Libertine

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Victor Erofeyev is known in Russia as a troublemaker. His father was a high-ranking Communist officer, who’s political career has been cut short due to his son’s ongoing conflict with the Russian state. Victor is seen as a champion of Western ideology; his views have landed him in court and led to death threats. Now, however, change is in the air. Ordinary people and extremist movements alike are demanding political reform. What makes Victor risk everything for democracy in a country where it just doesn’t seem to fit?


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Running Time: 75/52 min.
Subject(s): Activism, Current Affairs, Human Rights, Investigative Journalism, Politics, Russian Cinema and Culture
Language(s): Russian
Subtitles: English
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Producer(s): Kinocompany LTD
Production Company: Kinocompany LTD

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Russian Libertine captures the inherent tensions between the artist and the autocratic state circa 2012. Viktor Erofeyev, the subject of the documentary, is a convincing combination of passion, wry humor, vulnerability and artistic integrity. His battles with both Soviet and post-Soviet censorship will not come as a surprise because, sadly, it seems such such struggles are timeless.
cinephil, November 10, 2015

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