feedproxy.google.com Adam Kossoff's Moscow Diary does most things a good documentary should. We get a complex, intellectually fascinating subject (a famous writer's trip to Russia in the 1920s, and his thoughts on the nascent Communist party) presented as objectively as circumstances allow. There's an easy hook (the writer's affair with another man's woman) and a deeper, more academic angle (Kossoff shot the whole thing on a mobile phone, in part as a commentary on our relationship with technology and the ways it compels us to view the world).

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