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Zina (1985)

 -  Drama  -  July 1986 (USA)
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Zina, the daughter of Leon Trotsky by his first wife, is undergoing freudian analysis in Berlin in the 'thirties. Meanwhile Trotsky is in exile in Prinkipo having been driven from power by ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Ron Anderson
George Antoni ...
Andre Breton (as George Yiasoumi)
Micha Bergese ...
Molanov
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Stenographer (as Gabrielle Dellal)
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Lyova
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Zina Bronstein
Eleanor Greet ...
Stalin's Agent
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Walter Adams
Georges Levantis ...
Kharalambos
Philip Madoc ...
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Kronfeld
Leonie Mellinger ...
German Stenographer
Maureen O'Brien ...
Natalya
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Pierre
Tusse Silberg ...
Jeanne
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Zina, the daughter of Leon Trotsky by his first wife, is undergoing freudian analysis in Berlin in the 'thirties. Meanwhile Trotsky is in exile in Prinkipo having been driven from power by Stalin. The Nazis rise to power in Germany and Austria and Zina commits suicide. Written by chris bright <cbright@cix.compulink.co.uk>

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Overwhelming
24 August 2001 | by (Bad Aibling, Germany) – See all my reviews

McMullen's art of photographing and blending scenes into each other is incredible. I've never seen a similar way to create a dreamlike atmosphere or to build up tension when showing only two people talking. Of course, no mainstream bull**** can compete. But it requires concentration - I saw it many times, but it is still not easy. You want to know the contents? Me too! Some parts are about a daughter trying to understand her important father. But maybe understanding takes place between the lines and is not obvious. Forget "Octopussy" as recommandation - it's bull****, like every James Bond. Check out "Ghost Dance" instead, by McMullen, too.


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