Who Shot R. R. Ewingsky?

Varnado, S. L.
April 1981
National Review;4/17/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p424
The article previews a few sequences of the Russian television series Siberia which depicts the activities of the Ewingsky family, a powerful clan of bureaucrats. It outlines the conversation between R. R. Ewingsky and his wife Suya Ellenovna concerning his relationship with Ellenovna's sister. It highlights the climactic episode of the series. It describes the patriarch's attitude toward the socialist government.


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