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STORIES FROM THE FALL: A TOP 10 USER POLL FOR THE GREATEST FILMS MADE DURING THE FALL OF THE SOVIET UNION

by Whyte Nite
STORIES FROM THE FALL: A TOP 10 USER POLL FOR THE GREATEST FILMS MADE DURING THE FALL OF THE SOVIET UNION by Whyte Nite
Results from this poll. Alright, we had a couple of films in there, not too many but I’ll try to get all the official mentions in here, even for those that exceeded the 10 film-limit. So here’s the list: 1. Sátántangó (1994, Bela Tarr) – 5 votes 2. Avetik (1992, Don Askarian) – 3 votes 3. Dekalog (1989, Krzysztof Kieślowski) – 3 votes 4. Chekist (1992, Aleksandr Rogozhkin) – 2 votes 5. Koridorius (1994, Sharunas Bartas) – 2 votes 6. Zamri, Umri, Voskresni! (1989, Vitali Kanevsky) – 2 votes 7. Dni Zatmeniya (1988, Aleksandr Sokurov) – 2 votes 8. Posetitel Muzeya (1988, Konstantin Lopushansky) – 2 votes 9. Dom Za Vesanje (1988, Emir… Read more

Results from this poll.

Alright, we had a couple of films in there, not too many but I’ll try to get all the official mentions in here, even for those that exceeded the 10 film-limit.

So here’s the list:

1. Sátántangó (1994, Bela Tarr) – 5 votes
2. Avetik (1992, Don Askarian) – 3 votes
3. Dekalog (1989, Krzysztof Kieślowski) – 3 votes
4. Chekist (1992, Aleksandr Rogozhkin) – 2 votes
5. Koridorius (1994, Sharunas Bartas) – 2 votes
6. Zamri, Umri, Voskresni! (1989, Vitali Kanevsky) – 2 votes
7. Dni Zatmeniya (1988, Aleksandr Sokurov) – 2 votes
8. Posetitel Muzeya (1988, Konstantin Lopushansky) – 2 votes
9. Dom Za Vesanje (1988, Emir Kusturica) – 2 votes
10. Samostoyatelnaya Zhizn (1992, Vitali Kanevsky) – 2 votes

All other films received only one vote, and are listed below.

Not on Mubi: The Order (Petr Hvizd), After the Revolution.

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