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Achim von Borries
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I fumbled by this title several times while looking for something to watch using my streaming movie service. Finally, I decided to at least give it a try and WOW, was I surprised.
I knew that there were Russian films out there but I didn't know that they were THIS good. This is an AWESOME sci-fi movie. It had action, romance (Ekaterina Vilkova was absolutely STUNNING)and excitement.
The special effects were great and added to the excitement. I really love movies like this and am really disappointed that I didn't watch it earlier. I will be looking for more Russian Sci-fi in the future!
I highly recommend this film. You WILL love it!
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