The Full Moon
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The Full Moon
This international award-winning Russian drama offers a broad look at modern life in the troubled former Soviet Union. Featuring at least 80 characters, Karen Shakhnazarov's drama is really a complex string of interwoven vignettes, some of which occasionally reoccur while others briefly appear and just as quickly disappear without explanation. These little episodes include scenes of a young boy reading Pushkin, a couple eating in a restaurant, the fond reminiscence of a bird dog, a gang-land murder, and the discovery of a slain princess in a medieval monastery. Dyen Polnoluniya was… More