The movie reminiscence of the Soviet poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko about the military childhood when he reached the Siberian Winter station where he was awaited by his grandmother. The way was unusually long, cold, hungry and angry.
Ivan is old Russia: thick, dour, hard-working, often brutish; he misses Communism. He drives a taxi and one night meets Alexi, a new Russian, a musician, an alcoholic, irresponsible. Alexi ... See full summary »