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At Home Among Strangers, Stranger at Home

Described as a “borscht western” with traces of Peckinpah and Leone, this 1974 Russian drama pits a Red Army guard against a pack of outlaw reactionaries who've robbed a train of cash intended for famine relief. Nikita Mikhalkov, an art-house favorite in the mid-80s (Dark Eyes, Burnt by the Sun), directed. In Russian with subtitles. 97 min.

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