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Siberian Education

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Siberian Education tells the story of a gang of children growing up in a community of banished criminals, in a forgotten corner of the former Soviet Union. This community rejects the world outside. The only law it obeys… is its own. Against this backdrop two best friends, Kolima and Gagarin, gradually become fierce enemies as they find themselves on opposite sides of the strict code of honour of the ‘honest criminal’ brotherhood.

Starring John Malkovich

From Academy Award winning director Gabriele Salvatores (I’m Not Scared)

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Starring

John Malkovich

Directed by

Gabriele Salvatores

Written by

Stefano Rulli & Sandro Petraglia

Country Of Origin

Italy

Language

English

The National

”Dark and in moments engrossing, the film hints at shades of crime-drama classics”

Wicked Channel

“A must see!”

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