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Alexei German, a Russian film director best known for his works chronicling the Stalinist era in the Soviet Union, died in Moscow on Thursday. He was 74.
Alexei German, a Russian film director best known for his works offering a bitter view of life in the Soviet Union under dictator Josef Stalin, died Thursday, his son said.
The Lenfilm studio, with which German worked over his entire career, said his funeral would take place Sunday in St. Petersburg.