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Critics Love ‘My Perestroika’ & So Should You; Now Watch the Film Online For Free

My Perestroika, which premiered last Tuesday night on POV, has been receiving rave reviews. As you meet five former classmates, you’ll witness their coming-of age from living sheltered childhoods in the USSR to searching for their places in today’s Moscow. Here’s a sampling of what some top critics are saying about this important film.

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What’s Your POV about ‘Belarusian Waltz’?

Belarus, one of the nations formed in 1991 from the breakup of the Soviet Union, is a strange and little-known country in a region of growing strategic importance, a country that’s been called “Europe’s last dictatorship.” In filmmaker Andrezj Fidyk’s Belarusian Waltz, one man — post-modern performance artist Alexander Pushkin — is determined to challenge

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2008 POV Preview: ‘Belarusian Waltz’

On August 12th, POV will broadcast Belarusian Waltz by Andrzej Fidyk. The film features an idiosyncratic man named Alexander Pushkin, who shares a name with the great Russian Romantic poet, but turns out to be a different breed of artist altogether. Belarus has been called “Europe’s last dictatorship.” Since 1994, Alexander Lukashenko has ruled the

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