In fact, people who then appear around Mitya are all unique, eccentric and the space of the apartment house begins to have an unrealistic character as a miniature of unstable society in the end of Soviet Union.
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A psychological thriller based on the novel by Agatha Christie. Ten strangers are forced to come face to face with their dark pasts after receiving invitation to an isolated island off the coast of England.
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It is the last film of the Solovyov trilogy and possibly the last "underground" soviet film. A great scientist returned from US, where he was given a PC (a very rare and expensive thing for Russia of that time) and some other awards for his outstanding research. The KGB and "Bratva" did the best to meet him at his motherland and get a piece of his prize. Besides, it is the film of the last years of "perestroika" which was,in itself, the mass hallucination. So that is the way Solovyov made his film. But it is the last sad joke about the tortured motherland. The country that we have lost.
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