The main character of the film is Lyudmila, a high-ranking employee of the Novocherkassk City Committee in 1962. The country has decided to raise prices on basic produce and home goods, and the city is exploding with discontent and rebellion. The heroine and her family are caught up in the whirlwind of the uprising and face something that she never wanted to experience. The premiere of Andrey Konchalovsky's new film was held at the Venice Film Festival, where the film was awarded the Special Jury Prize. However, "Dear Comrades!" should be interesting to Russian audiences first and foremost, as it tells about the painful and rarely covered topic of the Soviet past.
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