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What is best about this movie, that this is a true story. Just imagine yourself in the middle of Stalin's Russia. Millions of a good people lived in Russia, but most of them were scared of KGB. Millions people also died in prisons between 1930 and 1953. But this woman loved her husband and her friends so much, that she stood up to the system and saved her husband and her friends with this heroic deed. What is it mean do be disagree with millions? What is it mean be so passionate about your loved ones, that even one of the darkest political machine in world history stepped back and left you live along with love of your life? Did you ever tried to live like this? I love this movie. This is true story about great generation of great people.
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