In 2008, Natasha Sindeeva (35) is the new wife of a successful banker. A former music radio producer, she is in search of fame and success in the television business. Natasha decides to spend some of her partner’s fortune on her dream — building an independent TV station, Dozhd, “for normal people.” 12 years later, that dream and the Putin regime’s crushing political repressions hold Natasha and her family hostage.
Vera Krichevskaya for Six Days Film, Mike Lerner for Roast Beef Productions
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Mike Lerner for Roast Beef Productions
Vera Krichevskaya for Six Days Film
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