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Arts feature

Dau is the strangest and most unsettling piece of art to come out of Russia in years

2 February 2019

9:00 AM

2 February 2019

9:00 AM

Dau is not so much a film as a document of a mass human experiment. The result is dark, brilliant and profoundly disturbing.

For three years up to 400 people, only one a professional actor, lived for months at a time on a city-sized set specially built for the shoot near Kharkov, Ukraine.

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