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    Russian Lord Of The Rings book 1 movie1



    In 1991, a made-for-TV adaptation based on J.R.R. Tolkien's The Fellowship of the Ring hit the small screen in the Soviet Union. The film, titled Khraniteli, is the only adaptation of the book trilogy believed to have been made in the Soviet Union. It only aired once and was subsequently not available to watch since. That's until Leningrad Television's successor, 5TV, took ownership of the title and recently uploaded it on YouTube, making it free to stream on youtube.
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    oh.my.god. that was laughably bad. i skipped through it. that's 5 minutes i will never get back, lol. looks like something a bunch of high school kids made for cinema class

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    Made during the Soviet Union's Glasnost phase, it's not all that bad...

    Bare in mind this is when Saint Petersburg was still Leningrad.
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    i'm actually surprised something like that got made in the Soviet Union so soon after the collapse. clearly they were decades behind the western world in technology

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    That’s actually shot like a daytime soap opera, not a movie.

    A lot of stuff in Latin America is like that too.

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