The political drama is set in the Stalin's Soviet Union after the Second World War. A British archaeologist Andrei Miller is working in Iran. He is mistakenly kidnapped and arrested by the KGB. He is falsely accused of spying and wrongfully sentenced to a Gulag prison-camp in Siberia. —Steve Shelokhonov
I am a Russian-American journalist who lived and worked in Moscow during the early 1990s. I happened to catch "Lost in Siberia" when it came out. As someone who specializes in the political purges of the Stalin era and wrote a PBS documentary film script on the subject, I was deeply impressed by the historical accuracy of the film.
- Sep 18, 1999
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