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Russian director Vladimir Khotinenko speaks during an interview with AFP on his latest movie "The Lenin factor" in Moscow on October 8, 2019. - Who was the real Lenin -- a blood-thirsty criminal, a sufferer from inherited mental illness or a conventional snob? As Russia prepares to quietly mark the 102nd anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution on November 7, 2019, a new Russian TV series and feature film aim to show its leader in a new light, far from the dusty Soviet-era cliches. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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Russian director Vladimir Khotinenko looks on during an interview with AFP on his latest movie "The Lenin factor" in Moscow on October 8, 2019. - Who was the real Lenin -- a blood-thirsty criminal, a sufferer from inherited mental illness or a conventional snob? As Russia prepares to quietly mark the 102nd anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution on November 7, 2019, a new Russian TV series and feature film aim to show its leader in a new light, far from the dusty Soviet-era cliches. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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Russian director Vladimir Khotinenko speaks during an interview with AFP on his latest movie "The Lenin factor" in Moscow on October 8, 2019. - Who was the real Lenin -- a blood-thirsty criminal, a sufferer from inherited mental illness or a conventional snob? As Russia prepares to quietly mark the 102nd anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution on November 7, 2019, a new Russian TV series and feature film aim to show its leader in a new light, far from the dusty Soviet-era cliches. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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Russian director Vladimir Khotinenko attends an interview with AFP on his latest movie "The Lenin factor" in Moscow on October 8, 2019. - Who was the real Lenin -- a blood-thirsty criminal, a sufferer from inherited mental illness or a conventional snob? As Russia prepares to quietly mark the 102nd anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution on November 7, 2019, a new Russian TV series and feature film aim to show its leader in a new light, far from the dusty Soviet-era cliches. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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Russian director Vladimir Khotinenko attends an interview with AFP on his latest movie "The Lenin factor" in Moscow on October 8, 2019. - Who was the real Lenin -- a blood-thirsty criminal, a sufferer from inherited mental illness or a conventional snob? As Russia prepares to quietly mark the 102nd anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution on November 7, 2019, a new Russian TV series and feature film aim to show its leader in a new light, far from the dusty Soviet-era cliches. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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Russian director Vladimir Khotinenko speaks during an interview with AFP on his latest movie "The Lenin factor" in Moscow on October 8, 2019. - Who was the real Lenin -- a blood-thirsty criminal, a sufferer from inherited mental illness or a conventional snob? As Russia prepares to quietly mark the 102nd anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution on November 7, 2019, a new Russian TV series and feature film aim to show its leader in a new light, far from the dusty Soviet-era cliches. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)
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Russian director Vladimir Khotinenko attends an interview with AFP on his latest movie "The Lenin factor" in Moscow on October 8, 2019. - Who was the real Lenin -- a blood-thirsty criminal, a sufferer from inherited mental illness or a conventional snob? As Russia prepares to quietly mark the 102nd anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution on November 7, 2019, a new Russian TV series and feature film aim to show its leader in a new light, far from the dusty Soviet-era cliches. (Photo by Yuri KADOBNOV / AFP)

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