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Repentance (1987) Film, compare to todays events, same road!!

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posted on Jun, 15 2009 @ 05:32 AM
This film was banned for reasons you will understand why after watching it. This movie has reminded me of todays events, todays leadrship, the puppets, the court system, we are on the same road right now

movie review

Repentance was the first Soviet film that openly denounced the horrors of Stalinism, though the Georgian director Tengiz Abuladze (known for his poetic and surrealist films) chose to make it allegorical, deliberately using anachronisms and making the leading character look like a combination of Stalin's henchman Lavrenti Beriya, Hitler, and Mussolini. An interesting point -- the last name chosen for the leading character is totally fictional, there is no such name as Aravidze in Georgia. In fact, "aravi" means "nobody" in Georgian. The filmmakers opted for such a name in order not to offend any real person in the Republic of Georgia. ~ Yuri German, All Movie Guide

here is the movie from veoh

here is part 1 of 15 on youtube

here is the DVD on amazon

[edit on 15-6-2009 by NickT916]

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