Krug Vtoroy (The Second Circle) (1990)
Release Date: Sep 11, 1990 Wide
Average Rating: 3.9/5
User Ratings: 111
The director of this film, Alexander Sokurov, is famous for his complete disregard for commercial success and his determination to make films the way he wants them made. The narrative structure of his films is usually very loose. For some fans, (but by no means all) he is considered to be an heir to the great Andrei Tarkovsky. He's one of the most highly regarded contemporary Russian filmmakers. This film opens Sokurov's trilogy that includes Krug Vtoroy (The Second Circle), Kamen (The Stone)
Sep 11, 1990 Wide
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The brownish, monochrome color scheme lacks the transcendent beauty of Sokurov's later films, and it can be tough going, but it also has the mark of a master.
The Second Circle is awash in the pain of loss, yet how often grim comedy breaks through the austere surface.
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