by Andrew James Horton The very idea of Russian director Aleksei Balabanov—whose oeuvre up to now has been characterised by a series of deft leaps between contrasting genres, spanning both art house and mainstream styles—doing a sequel is something of a novelty. However, the success of his popular gangster flick Brat (Brother, 1997) has now […]

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