Location: Redstone Theater
Dir. Vitaly Mansky. 2013, 116 mins. Digital projection. The Russian economy rises and falls in accordance with its natural resources, and the 21st century has been a boom time for oil exportation and political maneuvering thanks to Europe’s dependence on the Russian supply. Carrying oil from far eastern edge of Russia to the Western coast of Europe is a pipeline that cuts through two continents’ worth of villages, cultures, languages,and climates, many of which master documentary insurgent Vitaly Mansky visits along the way, revealing lives unenriched by the resources extracted from and passing through their land.
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