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Durakovo village of fools
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Durakovo is a village in Russia, kilometres ( mi) south-east of Moscow. History In , Nino Kirtadze realized a documentary film entitled "For God, Tsar and the Fatherland" (alternative title: "Durakovo: Village of Fools"). Documentary Durakovo: Village of Fools (). Durakovo: Le village des fous (original title). 1h 30min | Documentary | 18 January (USA). Russian. 29 Jan Though it won a surprise Sundance directing award, Nino Kirtadze's docu " Durakovo: Village of Fools" offers just partial insight into a quaintly.
Product Description. Durakovo. The ironically named Village of Fools. A secluded town 90 miles outside Moscow brews old ideals in hopes of a revitalized. Three moral pillars serve as the guiding principles at Durakovo: God, the tsar, and the fatherland. Durakovo has a grand mission--to save the nation from poisonous Western influences. Some of Morozov's subjects come to him unwillingly, forced by parents.
In “Durakovo: Village of Fools” we see the kennel of ferocious canines kept by the mayor of the Russian town of Durakovo within his walled compound. Mikhail Morozov is a Russian patriot, a good Christian and successful businessman. In the village of Durakovo ( km south-west of Moscow), which means. An eye-opening documentary shot on the grounds of Durakovo, a “rehabilitation” center outside Moscow. In this gated compound, autocratic leader Mikhail. 13 Jun The film starts in the village of Durakovo, ( km from Moscow), which is part of a project for the rebirth of Russia, where a patriot and a good. A firsthand investigation of how demagogues form, actress-turned-director Nino Kirtadze's documentary Durakovo: The Village of Fools journeys to the titular.