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Oscar®-winning filmmaker Oliver Stone was granted unprecedented access to Russian president Vladimir Putin during more than a dozen interviews over two years, with no topic off-limits. This remarkable four-part documentary series provides intimate insight into Putin's personal and professional lives, from his childhood under communism, to his rise to power, his relations with four U.S. presidents, and his surprising takes on U.S.-Russian relations today. Witness the most detailed portrait of Putin ever granted to a Western interviewer.
In a series of interviews between 2015-2017, Oliver Stone talks to Vladimir Putin about his early life and family, former leaders Gorbachev and Yeltsin, the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the Second Chechen War, the privatization and recovery of the Russian economy, the presidency of Ronald Reagan and national debt, Soviet and American involvement in Afghanistan, and the expansion of NATO.
In a series of interviews between 2015-2017, Oliver Stone talks to Vladimir Putin about the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, the atomic bomb and nuclear proliferation, the potential outcome of a hot war between the United States and Russia, Putin's interest in hockey and other sports, the rights of LGBTQ people, contemporary revolutions in Ukraine, the Georgian offensive, ethnic and religious identities in Russian society, domestic surveillance programs and the actions of Edward Snowden and opposition parties.
In a series of interviews between 2015-2017, Oliver Stone talks to Vladimir Putin about the Ukrainian crisis, his relationship with Barack Obama, the annexation of Crimea, the current paradigm of international relations, the recently passed "Big Brother" law which provides mass surveillance techniques to the Russian government, the daily functions of the Commander in Chief, the war in Syria, and underlying military tension with the United States.
In the final episode of the series, Oliver Stone speaks with Vladimir Putin about hacking, Stalinism, and the Russian election.
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