YouTube's new rental service has been grabbing most of the headlines, but their free movie offerings have gotten boost from Russia (with love). Mosfilm, an 87-year-old "titan of Soviet and Russian film production", has emptied out its vaults to put, eventually, 200 classics of Russo-cinema. Many of which involve people who are cold and/or hungry! Doff your ushanka and check out the goodies here: [YouTube - Thanks Sergey!]
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