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    Russian sci-fi action film. In 2157, Maxim (Vasiliy Stepanov), a pilot on a misson in deep space, crash-lands on an unknown planet after colliding with an asteroid and losing his ship. Maxim finds the planet Saraksh to be similar to Earth some 100 years previous - being torn apart by social problems and devastating wars. He is appalled by the totalitarian dictatorship that governs the Fatherland and resolves to help the repressed population form a rebellion to overthrow the powerful regime, aided by native Rada (Yuliya Snigir) and her brother Guy (Pyotr Fyodorov). But Maxim's revolution proves more difficult when he discovers those in charge, known as the Unknown Fathers, have the technology to control their citizens' minds...
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    1

Dark Planet

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  • Description
    Russian sci-fi action film. In 2157, Maxim (Vasiliy Stepanov), a pilot on a misson in deep space, crash-lands on an unknown planet after colliding with an asteroid and losing his ship. Maxim finds the planet Saraksh to be similar to Earth some 100 years previous - being torn apart by social problems and devastating wars. He is appalled by the totalitarian dictatorship that governs the Fatherland and resolves to help the repressed population form a rebellion to overthrow the powerful regime, aided by native Rada (Yuliya Snigir) and her brother Guy (Pyotr Fyodorov). But Maxim's revolution proves more difficult when he discovers those in charge, known as the Unknown Fathers, have the technology to control their citizens' minds...
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Region:
    2
    Number of Discs:
    1
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