Post-Soviet Russian Cinema
Pavel Chukhrai. The Thief(1997). Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film – 1998. Winner-Five Nika Awards (Fussian equivalent to the Oscar): Best Picture, Best Cinematography, Best Score, Best Actor, and Best Actress. Winner:International Youth Jury’s price, the UNICEF Award(1997 Venice Film Festival).
The critics argue that the film is a metaphor, reflecting Russia’s struggle with the legacy of Joseph Stalin. Is this true?
The film explores the theme of the loss of innocence. One critic argues that "Pavel Chukhraj directs with such a subtle hand that one is not aware the film has been directed at all. There is a wonderful naturalness to every scene, giving one the impression of eavesdropping on real events." Please elaborate on the focus of the film and the way it achieves its desired effect.
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