The Children Of Leningradsky, Nominated for the 2004 Academy Award for Best Documentary

There’s always something wild and wonderful about children in film. These ones are homeless and yet at times still fill the screen with their joy and mischief. There are estimated to be around thirty thousand homeless children living in the streets and railway stations of Moscow, alone. Millions nation-wide.

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