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(1953) Mikhail Bolduman, Sofiya Pilyavskaya, Valentina Ushakova, Nikolai Timofeyev. This obscure Soviet sci-fi film (made at the height of the Cold War) is unique because the setting is in the United States.  Bolduman plays a scientist whose first allegiance is to money, rather than science.  With a big profit motive in mind, he invents a mighty new weapon of mass destruction—a deadly radioactive powder, silver gray in color, that’s lethal only for a few days. Soon a no-holds-barred struggle begins between two competing corporations, all packed into an edge-of-the-seat political sci-fi storyline.  There are some cool lab scenes in this film and dying from the effects of this new weapon are not pretty.  Silver Dust is a remarkable film.  It portrays such a harsh vision of the United States that it will make your blood boil in places because of its total over-exaggeration of problems we have here at home: racism, greed, etc.  Nevertheless, it’s a very engaging movie and you’ll likely be drawn into it from start to finish.  The performances by the cast are wonderful.  This intriguing piece of Soviet sci-fi is offered with English Subtitles for the first time. Color, from 16mm. 

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