Let’s discuss about the right to free speech. Consider a society in which everyone has the freedom to express their thoughts, beliefs, actions, and identities without anybody encouraging or constraining those ideas or imposing restrictions on our lives. Imagine a world where you may be both nice and wicked and no one appears to mind—a world of boundless liberty and appreciation of everyone’s individuality. You may be anybody or anything you want! It appears to be an ideal planet. Major Grom: Plague Doctor is a fascinating Netflix Russian film that has unique superhero tropes and aspects, a strong cast, an engaging narrative, and a pleasant cinematic experience that will never tire you! It is based on the comic by Arytom Gabrelyanov.
Although the story’s idea is not unique in the superhero genre, it is nevertheless refreshing. The film contains several allusions to DC Comics and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s like a reimagining of Batman and Joker’s movie, with a dash of V for Vendetta thrown in for good measure. With a beautiful and powerful orchestra and rock elements, the score is fully written in Russian. Also, the cinematography and camera work are two elements that attract your attention. There’s a lot of diversity and intricacy, not to mention Petersburg’s gothic aura. Tikhon Zhiznevsky stars as Igor Grom, a competent, idealistic St. Petersburg cop who never follows the laws but believes in justice. IMDB