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A young boy’s loss of innocence in a pre-perestroika Russian prison is the harrowing, Kafkaesque premise of LESSONS AT THE END OF SPRING. During the chaotic last months of the Khrushchev regime, a teenager’s trip to the movies ends in a nightmarish confrontation with local police.

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A young boy’s loss of innocence in a pre-perestroika Russian prison is the harrowing, Kafkaesque premise of LESSONS AT THE END OF SPRING. During the chaotic last months of the Khrushchev regime, a teenager’s trip to the movies ends in a nightmarish confrontation with local police. Sadistic shower room confrontation, unsanitary detention facilities and a tomblike prison cell become classrooms on the horrors of the human soul. As his fellow captives are tortured, die or quietly lose their minds, the native 13-year-old becomes an unwilling witness to startling.

(USSR, 1989) Director: Oleg Kavun. Cast: Daniil Tolkachev, Alexander Feklistov, Yury Mozhuge Color. In Russian with English subtitles. Running time: 76 minutes. DVD Bonus: Trailer Unrated.

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A young boy’s loss of innocence in a pre-perestroika Russian prison is the harrowing, Kafkaesque premise of LESSONS AT THE END OF SPRING. During the chaotic last months of the Khrushchev regime, a teenager’s trip to the movies ends in a nightmarish confrontation with local police.

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