3 January 1994 Tirana Until two years ago, Albanian theaters and cinemas showed only authors of a proven ideological orientation. Western cultural goods could not be found here. Now everything coming from the “corrupt” West can be seen, but ideology and “instruction” are still a part of the general scene. Albert Camus’ Caligula has been […]

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