- 90 min.
- russian, english
Mikhail Khodorkovsky was once the world’s richest man under 40 and the boss of the Yukos oil empire. From that time, he knows Russia from the very top. Then he violated the unwritten law that a Russian oligarch must never meddle in politics. He exposed corruption and publicly humiliated Vladimir Putin. Putin had him put behind bars for such hubris. Cyril Tuschi uses his good access to Mikhail Khodorkovsky to explore questions which remained unanswered in his first film about Russia’s famous public enemy. Now that the ex-oligarch and critic of the Kremlin has been released and exiled, the new film will follow Mikhail Khodorkovsky for approximately one year after his release.