Vasya (2002) DVD
The non-conformist art movement in the former Soviet Union traces its roots to Vasiliy Sitnikov, a man declared insane and the frequent resident of mental institutions. Andrei Zagdansky's film combines dramatic and documentary footage to reveal the enigmas surrounding the remarkable artist, whose works have found their way to the Museum of Modern Art. 60 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English, Russian, and German; Subtitles: English; alternative Russian language soundtrack; art gallery; bonus footage. In English, Russian and German with English subtitles.