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Flat White

His story as history

Western universities failed to teach the true nature of Soviet communism

19 May 2024

4:44 PM

19 May 2024

4:44 PM

Q: What do Succession star Brian Cox and Australia’s filmmaker Nadia Tass, of Malcolm* and Amy* fame, have in common? A: Oleg Vidov.

Cox narrates Tass’ 97-minute documentary about the late Oleg Borisovich Vidov (1943-2017), once the Soviet equivalent of Robert Redford, both in looks (sorta) and in talent. The promo tag reads: Soviet Film Star.

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