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The Dream of Russia

O-Roshiya-koku suimu-tan

Directed by Jun'ya Satô
Japan, Russia, 1992
Drama

Synopsis

In the late 18th century a Japanese ship washes up on the Siberian coast, and the crew make their way across harsh terrain to the court of Catherine the Great.

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The Dream of Russia Directed by Jun'ya Satô

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  • Karl J. Kipling's rating of the film The Dream of Russia

    4.5. Director Jun'ya Sato was the go-to guy for international co-productions: couple of Japan-China co-productions, couple of Japan-Soviet co-productions, and even one in pre-revolution Iran. This lavish - and by the looks of it quite expensive - historical film, based on a book by the great Japanese writer Yasushi Inoue (another of whose novels, Tan-huan, was filmed by Sato in western China), is quite remarkable.

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