A young Russian woman, Irena, looks at the camera and introduces herself in English. She is sending the recipient 48 short films, made with a camera that her brother borrowed from the ... See full summary »

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A young Russian woman, Irena, looks at the camera and introduces herself in English. She is sending the recipient 48 short films, made with a camera that her brother borrowed from the military. We see some of the films, including the first, in which she left on the lens cap. Irena comments from time to time, observing that shooting movies makes her feel like dancing. After the 48th film, she offers her assessment. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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25 January 2003 (USA)  »

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Untitled Russian Film  »

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