Alexandra Walks the Line between its Anti-War Message and Family Tale

Washington City Paper | July 3, 2008
The plot may be simple, but Sokurov's message is unmistakable, his babushka'd mouthpiece even once complaining that it's time for the military to rebuild instead of continually destroying. Still, Alexandra washes over you like a gentle slice-of-life movie rather than polemic.

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