Disco and Atomic War

Disco and Atomic War

A story about growing up in the Soviet Union. The film tells the story of a strange kind of information war, where a totalitarian regime stands face to face with the heroes of popular culture. And loses. It was a time when it was possible for erotic film star Emmanuelle to bring down the Red Army and MacGyver to outdo an entire school administration. It is a film about our generation, who were unknowingly brought to the front line of the Cold War. Western popular culture had an incomparable role shaping Soviet children's world views in those days. Finnish television was a window to a world of dreams that the authorities could not block in any way. Though Finnish channels were banned, many households found some way to access the forbidden fruit.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:80 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:Estonian,Finnish,Russian,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancing,   drinking,   television,  

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Mike T (jp) wrote: had this movie twice didn't think i would like it cause of fast and furious but i was wrong its a good movie with good story line with it

Mari A (fr) wrote: A romance with more reality and less stickiness

Sandra R (gb) wrote: I've watched this film twice: the first time because it was recommended to me, and the second because i wished to revisit the carefree quest for freedom that the film promotes. I do not feel that it suggests that people go trainhopping or break any laws. I do feel however, that it does a fine job of reminding those of us that live with the self-appointed boundaries of "normal" life that seeking freedom and self-expression should be a daily activity rather than a rare and infrequent one. I found the characters to be diverse and extremely eloquent, and their musings to be insightful humorous and inspirational. So if you're looking for a film that condemns alternative lifestyles and unconventional thinking, then this is not the film for you. However, if you wish to be witness to something truly liberating, consider watching [i]Catching Out[/i]. Highly recommended.

Nathan A (gb) wrote: One of the scariest films ever made. Started the "creepy horror girl" phenomenon. Almost guaranteed to leave you spooked for days afterwards.

David T (au) wrote: A film like this, you'd think existed with cinema of the 1940's. Great film. Bates and Leigh give outstanding performances.

Daphne E (jp) wrote: Was one of the best in its time

Kevin S (kr) wrote: Teen angst in the tradition of Rebel Without a Cause but wrapped in the guise of a Bonnie & Clyde crime drama. This is the kind of noir that genre fans drool over. Farley Granger (who?) shows enormous promise in this, one of his first roles. Why oh why didn't we see more from this talented young star?

Collin R (es) wrote: yawn, nothing special however there are some hilarious moments yet there are very scares

Ben H (nl) wrote: Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman make a couple of very cute witches but the movie never casts a lasting spell. Only when the aunts played wonderfully by Dianne Wiest and Stockard Channing does the spell seem to work