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Cargo 200 (2007)

Gruz 200 (original title)
A young woman is taken hostage by a police officer gone mad.

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Cast

Credited cast:
... Angelika
... Captain Zhurov
Leonid Gromov ... Artem, Professor of Scientific Atheism
... Aleksey
Leonid Bichevin ... Valera
Natalya Akimova ... Antonina, Aleksey's Wife
Yuriy Stepanov ... Mikhail, Colonel
Mikhail Skryabin ... Sunka
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sergei Aleksandrov
Valentina Andryukova
Konstantin Balakirev
... Skinny Alcoholic
Alyona Falaleyeva
Yuliya Glazunova
Dmitri Karpov
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A young woman is taken hostage by a police officer gone mad.

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Odinnadtsatyy film Alekseya Balabanova (Eleventh film by Aleksey Balabanov)

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The first Russian movie to be released both on film and on digital media with improved image quality. See more »

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Referenced in Prozhektorperiskhilton: Evgeniy Grishkovets (2010) See more »

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VIA Ariel' - V Krayu Magnoliy
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A shocking film
14 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

Balabanov's films are always aggressive. This one is a prominent dramatic film about the last years of the Soviet Union. Of course, many people say it is a horrible movie. Yes it is, but c'est la vie, our life is horrible and it is snobbish to argue with it. It is like a cold shower. The soundtrack is excellent, the actors are good enough, and the views of a decaying town are dreadfully beautiful. You really must see this movie if you still think our ex-country was a cool place to live. One of the best Balabanov's films. It is much better than 'Of Freaks and Men' because here the shocking effect is made not just to make people feel bad but to understand our rotten reality. Russian films become better and better


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