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The fact that “Leto” is a film that was selected to compete for the Palme d’Or in last year’s Cannes Film Festival should be reason enough why film fans are interested in checking it out. However, the musical biopic from filmmaker Kirill Serebrennikov is just as intriguing for the way it was produced.
In the first trailer for “Leto,” you’re introduced to the main idea of the film. “Leto” follows the life of Russian musician Viktor Tsoi, who in the ‘80s rose to prominence through his musical contributions to the band Kino. The trailer doesn’t give you all that information, instead relying on the music itself to entice. But perhaps the most interesting aspect of the film is how the director finished production while under house arrest.
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Serebrennikov is known as someone that likes to poke the government in his home country. And midway through production on “Leto,” a film that can be seen as having...
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