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The codenamed "D-6" or "Metro 2" in Moscow, Russia was a highly classified underground system which parallels the public Moscow Metro. It is this underground system that is directly referenced in the film. This system was built during the Stalin administration and codenamed by the KGB. It was built to facilitate functions and movement of high level state security members and agents. The length of the "D-6" is rumored to exceed even that of the Metro. It is said to connect the Kremlin, FSB Headquarters, the government airport at Vnukovo-2, a small underground town at Ramenki, and other locations of national importance. In 1994 an exploration group, the "Diggers of the Underground Planet", stumbled upon an entrance to the "D-6" and started exploring it. See more »
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This movie is not as bad as people are making it out to be. The special effects may not be the best, but this is not a horror movie or action movie. Not every movie producing company has the same financial resources. Moscow Zero is more of a psychological thriller. It is a story about fear and how we protect ourselves from the unknown in order to survive. I also find some parts of this movie humorous like the sexual tension between Owen (a priest) and Lyuba (sexy blond outcast) and when the "elders" think the food the children bring them is animal meat (of course they can't see it). This movie doesn't hand every thing to you, some of it you have to infer. I for one enjoy movies that make you think after it is over.
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