The Last Stop | Chicago Reader

The Last Stop

Deeply influenced by Italian neorealism, Serik Apromov's 1989 rural drama follows a young Kazakh man who returns to his village after a stint in the Soviet army to find his old friends dissipated and disillusioned. Apromov, who also wrote the script, has a fine ear for macho talk that masks despair and effectively evokes a milieu in which sudden violence functions as a respite from monotony. The film's rough-hewn look is well suited to its message. In Russian with subtitles. 78 min.


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