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It turned out that there were made great number of cool films in the times of the USSR. This one we could find only in 21st century. Very rare and expensive sci-fi , and it much better than Mario Bava's PLANET of VAMPIRES. Scientific outrageous plot. Good acting , fantastic special effects for all 60s sci fi fans. In addition to good casting and directing this one has great electronic music. This film is the first Soviet electronic music composer Edward Artemiev's debut. And his electronic score is rather cool for 1962 when it was recorded. No more words. try to find it anyway.
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