In Films including documentaries, Russia

New Cold, Jan 6, 2016

World Order is a nearly two-hour documentary film by documentary film director Vladimir Soloviev examining the vast political changes in the world since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1992. The film was first broadcast on Russian television channel Pervy Kanal on December 20. Now it has been subtited in English by Vox Populi Evo and can be viewed here.

Scene from Dec 2015 Russian film 'World Order'

Scene from Dec 2015 Russian film ‘World Order’

World Order contains many interviews with world political figures, including Russian President Vladimir Putin. In the words of Gilbert Doctorow, World Order is a “devastating critique of U.S. global hegemony in the name of democracy promotion and human rights”. Doctorow’s lengthy commentary on the film is here.

Russian documentary film ‘World Order’, with English subtitles, by director Vladimir Soloviev, one hour, 49 minutes:


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