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I can't do justice from an artistic standpoint as it relates to Russian art forms. I do not know what the direction was other than to show shapes being driven to heights, forming what appear to be buildings or structures. There is musical track that enhances the power. We are also treated to that Russian forward movement, all else be damned. It was pretty entertaining.
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