In the 1990s, Mikhail Khodorkovsky was one of the most prominent personalities of Russian industry. The former oligarch had profited from the chaos that came after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, and became Russia's richest man. When he accused Putin's regime of corruption, he went to prison for ten years. He is now living in exile in London. Khodorkovsky's testimony serves as a means to paint a comprehensive portrait of post-Soviet Russia and show the roots of the current situation.
Esquire named this New York director and producer the most influential documentarist of today. His work earned him an Oscar and numerous Emmy, Grammy, Peabody, DuPont-Columbia and other awards. His films offer deep insights and a complex approach to the given issue, with an ability to present the facts in a balanced way.
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