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Well, I downloaded the English subtitles as I was looking forward to this movie. But alas the subtitles are a complete joke. You should just turn them off and listen to the Russian dialogue for all the sense they make! I gave up after 10 minutes, which is a shame as this could have been worth watching, and a welcome change to all the shit Hollywood serves up.
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