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The Kremlin (1963)

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Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 4 nominations. See more awards »

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Perhaps no single word can summon the spirit of Soviet Russia,
10 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Perhaps no single word can summon the spirit of Soviet Russia than "Kremlin." The Kremlin was the absolute center of the Communist World and here, for the first time ever, an American film crew led by award-winning filmmaker Peter Jarvis is granted access to explore the rich treasures that lie therein. Follow along as actual Kremlin officials detail the story of this incredible base of power from the very beginning while offering unparalleled insight into the government and system whose ideology forever changed the face of contemporary politics.

American filmmaker and TV producer Lucy Jarvis is granted unprecedented access to the iconic Soviet complex, the Kremlin, in this groundbreaking 1963 TV special nominated for three Emmy Awards. Featuring interviews with several Kremlin officials, the documentary examines the rise of Soviet ideology from its modest beginnings to its enormous power at the height of the Cold War. The film is a remarkable time capsule of Soviet-era Communism.


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