Alexei Rozen plays Boris in a scene from Andrey Zvyagintsev’s “Loveless.”
Photo courtesy of the Cannes film festival
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The makers of acclaimed Russian tragedy "Leviathan" screened their new movie at Cannes Thursday, another personal drama with political overtones that the producer says politicians are sure to hate.While less explicitly political than "Leviathan" – about a man whose house is confiscated by a corrupt official – critics were quick to identify underlying themes that might not please President Vladimir Putin.The film's producer told reporters why "Loveless" had been made without the state funding that the Oscar-nominated "Leviathan" had received.
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