Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors (1964)

The Soviet Union in 1964 was about the last place on earth where anyone could find respect for traditional ways and reverence for ancestors.  For the most part, the thuggish bureaucracy controlling that unlamented establishment exuded an almost eager desire for drabness that was downright studied in its gleeful love . . .

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