It’s sad and intimidating not to have a closure to all that happened, but I guess that’s what make the movie so good.
This movie takes us through centuries of Russian history with an ambitous 96-minute-uncut one take. It's weird, like being in a VR world where you are someone but also no one. It's beautiful and aching, like a dream, like a piece of art. I just can't feel it. Probably because nothing actually happens, which makes it kinda boring at times and hard to focus.