The Inner Circle 1991

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The Inner Circle ★★★ 1991 (PG-13)

Ivan Sanshin is a meek, married man working as a movie projectionist for the KGB in 1935 Russia. Sanshin is taken by the KGB to the Kremlin to show movies, primarily Hollywood features, to leader Joseph Stalin, a job he cannot discuss with anyone, even his wife. Under the spell of Stalin's personality, Sanshin sees only what he's told and overlooks the oppression and persecution of the times. Based on the life of the projectionist who served from 1935 until Stalin's death in 1953. Filmed on location at the Kremlin. 122m/C VHS . Tom Hulce, Lolita (David) Davidovich, Bob Hoskins, Alexandre Zbruev, Maria Baranova, Feodor Chaliapin Jr., Bess Meyer; D: Andrei Konchalovsky; W: Andrei Konchalovsky, Anatoli Usov; M: Eduard Artemyev.

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