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And you thought road movies about bizarre love triangles set in motion by small-time heists gone awry were peculiar to American independent films. Change the names to Johnny and Ignaz, and shift the setting from the highways of the USA to the ruined roads of the former Soviet empire, and you get this wonderful moody and well executed picture about lost souls in a strange world.
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