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The Mark of Cain (2001)
Easily available to view online & worth watching
Prison life is a dreary subject and Russian prison life even more so, but The Mark of Cain is a film anyone interested in post-communist Russia should view. The documentary features many interviews with Russian prison inmates.
Director Alix Lambert examines the changes Russian prison tattoo art has undergone since the fall of communism and winds up vividly capturing both the changes in Russian prison life since the fall of communism, and the problems Russian society faces as it grapples with its communist past. I just watched it last night online at netlix and found it quite riveting. It is easily available to view online.
Haven't seen it in 34 years but still member Enzo Cerusic
I remember waiting a very long time when I was a teen and mad about Enzo Cerusico to see this movie finally show up on TV. How we girls talked about it so excitedly before and then watched it together. I remember the plot was really quite silly and minor but Enzo was so cute we just loved watching him and didn't get much change to. In those days before even the Betamax you only got to see a movie the 1 or two times it ever showed on TV. I came by here tonight because I thought of Enzo a while ago and I haven't thought of him for many years. Sad to see he died pretty young at 51. He had a real perky charm and cute looks that I recall. http://static.episode39.it/artist/10328.jpg