The Outskirts (2004)
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In this Russian film, farmer Philip Safronov's peaceful life is interrupted when his land is appropriated by a mysterious group to exploit its oil resources. The toughest farmers unite and track down the offenders one by one. The murderous path they leave behind them culminates in the film's apocalyptic finale.
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Critic Reviews for The Outskirts
We strongly recommend you see this -- but please keep the kids away from hot stoves.
A strange, disturbing and yet occasionally quite funny cultural artifact from the new Russia.
Lutsik's first feature is astonishingly precise in its effects and performances.
This set in modern Russia tale plays as a disturbing and at the same time droll comical look at a country in the middle of an unsettling transformation.
It's kind of like Pulp Fiction meets The Three Stooges with strange comic bits included.
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