Sibiriada (Siberiade)
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Sibiriada (Siberiade)
Sibiriada was controversial in the Soviet Union, but it received the Special Jury Prize at Cannes, the second most prestigious prize after the Palme d'Or. After making this film, director Mikhalkov-Konchalovsky moved to the West. In the story, the lives of two Siberian families lives are chronicled through three generations, beginning with the period just after the turn of the century, and carrying on through the '60s. Before the revolution, a poor boy is the same age as a girl from a rich family, who uses her family position to torment him. Meanwhile, his father has been building a… More

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"Prone to poetic abstraction and exuding a magical-realist's reverence for history."
‑ Ed Gonzalez, Slant Magazine
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