In the history of Modern Russia, intellectuals rose above communist rule in spite of the intense state surveillance. In the folds of the iron curtain, they developed underground cultures to express themselves as free individuals, learn forbidden subjects and secretly communicate. The Frozen Theater presents the rise and fall of the Soviet Empire through the underground history of life inside the Soviet Union. This is the story of Grisha Bruskin, born in Moscow at the dawn of the nuclear age to become one of modern Russia’s greatest thinkers.
A young boy encounters a strange force on his journey through the desert. In order to reach his destiny, he must decide if the cause is worth giving up everything he knows.