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The action is set in 1970 as the Soviet Union (and the entire progressive world) are preparing to celebrate Lenin's centenary. Not to be outdone, the camp commander decides to have the prisoners put on a play about Lenin's life. However, the ensuing preparations turn everything upside down and seem to offer a God-given chance to plot an escape.

  1. Vladimir Studennikov

    Director, Writer

  2. Mikhail Grigoryev

    Director, Writer

  3. Sergey Dovlatov

    Novel

Top Billed Cast

  1. Viktor Sukhorukov

    Viktor Sukhorukov

  2. Ivan Krivoruchko

  3. Lev Kubarev

  4. Nadezhda Zharikova

  5. Vladimir Ermilov

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Comedy of the Strict Regime
Comedy of the Strict Regime

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Original Title Комедия строгого режима

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 7, 1992
    Theatrical

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Original Language Russian

Runtime 1h 18m

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