Lost In Siberia

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Released 1991

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Director:
Aleksandr Mitta
Released:
1991
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Lost in Siberia is a 2001 political drama that explores Premier Stalin's post-war prison camp system. The film was a co-production between English and Russian filmmakers just after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1989 and was Britain's entry to the 1991 Cannes Film Festival. Andrei Miller (Anthony Andrews) is a privileged British archaeologist working in Iran not long after the end of World War II. In a cruel twist of fate, however, Miller is mistaken for and English spy with the same name. He is soon kidnapped by the KGB and sent off to a gulag prison-camp in Siberia to be violently interrogated and forgotten by the world. There, Miller develops a relationship with the camp's doctor, makes an enemy of the warden, and manages to get himself in ever-deepening trouble. Throughout it all, he holds on to the slim hope that he will one day be released and get back to his pleasant life.

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