MOSCOW X

1993, 57 min, b&w and color, sound

Writes Kobland, "MOSCOW X is part personal diary and part city symphony. Photographed in the fall of 1990, it is essentially a meander through Moscow on the eve of the collapse of the Soviet empire. A rumination on the terrible uncertainty inherent in societal change, read on the face of a city long used to being between perestroika and the abyss."

A public television presentation of The Independent Television Service with funds provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

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