Pages of dead threads about Keanu Reeves being the wrong choice for the lead in some crappy movie. Hours of theatrical reality on TV. An Oscar-winning propagandist. And all this hidden beauty. I saw 'Nous, les enfants du xxème siècle' years ago and it's haunted me ever since. It focuses on how youngsters in capitalist Russia turn to crime. Either they thrive at their game or they get locked up. In any case they're trapped. The portrayed kids are old men, acting wise and tough while in fact they're victims. I get melancholic just by thinking of it. And to top of the tragedy surrounding my viewing experience, I feel lonely just posting this message.
You can't rent this movie. You can't see it on TV. Maybe I dreamed a documentary this good.
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