A Night With Natasha

lichniy nomer

When I tell people I’m weird, this is what I mean. After a long day of classes and boring homework (you don’t know what boring means until you’ve prepared for a business case study), I am going to relax in my bed and watch a movie on my laptop.

That in and of itself is not so strange. What is strange is the movie I’ll be watching: a Russian film called Countdown in English (the Russian title is Личный номер, which means “personal number”). It’s supposed to be shameless FSB* propaganda and I couldn’t be more excited. Bring on the FSB propaganda!

*The FSB is one of the the post-Soviet successors to the KGB.