Life on a Latvian commune undergoes a major upheaval after a young boy questions his father’s dedication to Soviet ideals. Inspired by an unfinished work of Sergei Eisenstein, this wicked allegory features stunning B&W photography and an amazing lineup of characters, many of whom appear to have lurched directly out of the nearest Dick Tracy comic strip. (Seriously, this thing is a phrenologist’s dream.) Extremely odd, and very good. (ANDREW WRIGHT)
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