Nikita Mikhalkov was in the Czech Republic recently plauing one of the leading roles in Andrei Gazarov’s screen version of The Inspector-General by Nikolai Gogol, leaking time off from shooting, he spoke to Transition’s Laura Belin about his reasons for making Burnt by the Sun, about the contemporary political situation in Russia, and about what […]

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