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Plot: This searing investigative work shadows a group of activists risking unimaginable peril to confront the ongoing anti-LGBTQ program raging in the repressive and closed Russian republic. Unfettered access and a remarkable approach to protecting anonymity exposes this under-reported atrocity–and an extraordinary group of people confronting evil.
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Genocide of nowadays
Russia is a dangerous place. I live here so I can say it. And this film tells a small part of all the horrors that a lot of us see everyday: from total poverty when people literaly has nothing to eat, and alkoholism, domestic violence and police violence. And all such problems seem to be solvable but the most horrible truth is that all these happen becasuse of the government which are ex-communists and criminals who usurped power in 90s. This film will show you a little part. Bet, the next doc. you gotta watch (due to the anti-police protests in USA and other countries) is the situation about the police violence here. “Welcome to Chechnya” contains some part of the whole situation. But police violence happens all over the country in such scales it’s hard to imagine!
Top notch effort about an understated issue
I will be honest and say that there are several things that I did not believe were done right, but the overall effect is mind-boggling that in the year 2017 (when I think most of it was shot), there exists a society in the Russian empire than is so hideous, it’s shameful.
The documentary as a whole can really be one of the best of the year, if not THE best, and it has several amazing stories that are intertwined, so one of the drawbacks is that we lose track of some of them and are left in the dark on a number of horrifying moments, including some astonishing security camera footage and one simply awful cell phone video of a rape in progress when a gay man is beaten into a painful state of torture.
Now that we are aware of the issue, it seems odd that the rest of the world does not seem to want to address it, even though we have some similar types of cases even here in our own home country, where trans persons are beaten senselessly or even killed.
But the documentary is attempting to bring light to the situation in Chechnya, which is a direct result of the mob henchman ruling the country, appointed by Putin, who basically says “we have no gays in Chechnya.” So therefore, if gays and lesbians are tortured, beaten senseless, or killed (sometimes by their own families), that appears to him to be just desserts. Now we can see how Hitler got his start since this is exactly the same argument. Whatever is wrong in society, blame the homosexual. (So, the logical conclusion: What minorities are next? Oh, well, as far as Putin and his cronies are concerned, any are fair game.)
I can say that this is one documentary that will certainly open your eyes to the prejudice and the backlash that still exists in many locations around the world against gay and lesbian human rights. And if this is any indication, our country could easily be next.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 47 min (107 min)
Director David France
Writer David France, Tyler H. Walk
Actors Olga Baranova, David Isteev, Ramzan Kadyrov, Maxim Lapunov
Awards 16 wins & 20 nominations.
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Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
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Printed Film Format DCP