A major of Red Army is late for the train that takes Soviet's forces from Berlin. He telephones to Moscow and finds out that his wife has left him and that someone has moved in his ...
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A major of Red Army is late for the train that takes Soviet's forces from Berlin. He telephones to Moscow and finds out that his wife has left him and that someone has moved in his apartment. He decides to stay in Berlin and does so by staying in no man's lend between two Berlins. His only property is small tea-urn, parade uniform and white bicycle. His first contacts are with black market and underground. And while he makes first moves in the game of survival, we're getting to know his past. Written by
Amiable, almost sedate movie by Makavejev's standards. The budget is low and the plot is thin, but it works as a theatrical reflection on the disintegration of the old regime. `Old Stalinist era reels' were also used, with considerably more corrosive effect, in the 1971 "WR: Mysteries of the Organism".
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