In other words, Zvyagintsev's project--very much like Sokurov's, and both deriving from Tarkovsky--involves the complete and utter rejection of the Communist past, in order to recover the culture it effaced.>>
This is, undoubtedly, very comforting and welcome statement. But how much should we trust Mr. Sulkin's conclusions? And what exactly has been "recovered" from that glorious culture of the past by Mr. Zvyiagintsev's film?
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