Just watched the Soviet cult film Assa. Pretty sure its meaning didn’t start to begin to materialize until 30 minutes after it was over. Sure it’s about underground rock music and 80s synths, but it's filled with Soviet life. Swimming in the cold Black Sea, fire-escape ladders, washing an old mother's feet, run-down apartments. I can only speculate that the creators couldn’t be so blatant for fear of authority repercussions, but it’s clear who is portrayed as incompetent, without morality, etc.
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