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Khodorkovsky, the richest Russian, challenges President Putin. A fight of the titans begins. Putin warns him. But Khodorkovsky comes back to Russia knowing that he will be imprisoned, once he returns. When I heard about it, I asked myself: why didn't he stay in exile with a couple of billions? Why did he do that? A personal journey to Khodorkovsky.Written by
This is much worse.
Clearly, the film is not withstanding the test of time.
Who and why financed it - is still a mystery.
Too bad there was no politically motivated cinematography during the age of robber barons. Otherwise this one would have been a micro-sequel for "Vanderbilt".
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