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Like The Texas Chain Saw Massacre transposed to 1980s USSR, Balabanov’s Rotterdam Film Festival prize-winning ultra-nightmare Cargo 200—based, chillingly, on a real incident—is a grim, sickly funny horror-show commentary on the Soviet era. In the gloomy industrial wasteland of Leninsk, a motley group of strangers stumble upon a remote bootlegger’s cabin. What ensues is an utterly horrifying display of depravity perpetrated by a sadistic police captain (Poluyan). Strong, and completely riveting stuff.