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May 7, 1989 | SHEILA BENSON
Want the real insider's view of the Soviet Union today? Steel yourself and see "Little Vera." As this breakthrough Soviet film unreels its shockingly frank portrait of real life Over There, Americans may not know where to look first. Do they keep their eyes glued to its young star Natalya Negoda, a free-spirited bombshell, doing things that teen-agers have reportedly been doing for years--but doing them in an decidedly uninhibited fashion in a Soviet movie? Or do they check out Vera's startling milieu, a parade of disaffected young people and their ineffective parents who've taken to dope and alcohol, respectively, to dull their stifled, predictable lives?
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May 7, 1989 | SHEILA BENSON
Want the real insider's view of the Soviet Union today? Steel yourself and see "Little Vera." As this breakthrough Soviet film unreels its shockingly frank portrait of real life Over There, Americans may not know where to look first. Do they keep their eyes glued to its young star Natalya Negoda, a free-spirited bombshell, doing things that teen-agers have reportedly been doing for years--but doing them in an decidedly uninhibited fashion in a Soviet movie? Or do they check out Vera's startling milieu, a parade of disaffected young people and their ineffective parents who've taken to dope and alcohol, respectively, to dull their stifled, predictable lives?
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