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A love triangle emerges around a rock and roll musician, his protege and his wife in 1980s Russia.


  • Teo Yoo
  • Irina Starshenbaum
  • Roman Bilyk
  • Anton Adasinsky
  • Liya Akhedzhakova
  • Yuliya Aug
  • Filipp Avdeev
  • Aleksandr Bashirov
  • S. Berdichevsky
  • Nikita Efremov

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  • Besides Victor Tsoy and Mayk Naumenko, several characters known only by their first names or nicknames are stand-ins for real musicians, popular on the Soviet rock scene .in 1980's Leonid (Filipp Avdeyev) represents Aleksey Rybin of 'Kino' fame. 'Punk' is a stand-in for Andrey 'Svin' Panov (Aleksandr Gorchilin), leader of 'Avtomaticheskiye ydovletvoreniye' punk band and one of the pioneers of punk genre in USSR. Bob (Nikita Efremov) is Boris Grebenshchikov, leader of rock band 'Akvarium' and Artyom (Andrey Khodorchenkov) represents Artemiy Troitskiy, pioneer of rock music in USSR and organizer of multiple rock concerts and festivals.
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May 18, 2018

At heart, it's more concerned with capturing the feel of the early '80s, the paranoia but also spirit of communal life in crowded apartment blocks.

Metacritic review by Leslie Felperin
Leslie Felperin
The Hollywood Reporter
May 18, 2018

The film’s energy and passion (and no doubt, eye for detail) can’t be faulted, but a tighter film could have more pointedly made the connection between the subjects’ brief lifespans and the fate of a young culture of refusal that arguably died when the system it questioned was replaced by a differently oppressive social order.

Metacritic review by Jonathan Romney
Jonathan Romney
Screen International
May 18, 2018

Part fond remembrance of an early-’80s Leningrad rock scene and part glam-rock fever dream, Leto asks an audience to surrender to excess and at times to silliness, and it richly rewards them for doing so.

Metacritic review by Steve Pond
Steve Pond