Russian Ark

Already a by-word for meaningfully ambitious technical accomplishment, Alexander Sokurov's epic was shot in St Petersburg's Hermitage Museum in one unbroken steadicam shot. Moving through the rooms, we're tossed across history, from Peter the Great to Catherine the Great. And it IS great: saying much about Mother Russia then and now, but also visually gorgeous.

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Already a by-word for meaningfully ambitious technical accomplishment, Alexander Sokurov’s epic was shot in St Petersburg’s Hermitage Museum in one unbroken steadicam shot. Moving through the rooms, we’re tossed across history, from Peter the Great to Catherine the Great. And it IS great: saying much about Mother Russia then and now, but also visually gorgeous.

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