Motor Nasch
Women Remember the Soviet Union

Motor Nasch - Women Remember the Soviet Union
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Stephen

Really impressive. Through these recollections, an insight into life over the course of the USSR's existence. Of obvious historical value, the film also hints at concerns in post-Soviet Russia (it was released in 1995). This is evident in the following prescient comment at 1:01:30: "What can ...Read more

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