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"At sunset - all birds look black."
In 1991 the Soviet Union collapsed and the newly independent state of Russia was ready to embrace those familiar symbols of Western capitalist decadence: big macs, blue jeans and, of course, action films. So, on this show, we’re reviewing Russia’s first attempt at an American-style action film: RED MOB (1992).
Red Mob (1992)
Director: Vsevolod Plotkin
Cast: Vladimir Menshov
Plot: After mobster kidnap his son, an Afghan war veteran is blackmailed into leading a gun smuggling operation across the border.