- 52 min.
At the peak of perestroika, in 1987, in the village of Gorki, where Lenin spent his last years, after a long construction period, the last and most grandiose museum of the Leader was opened. Soon after the opening, there was a change in ideology, and the flow of pilgrims gradually dried up. Despite this, the museum is still in operation and management is looking for ways to attract visitors. The curators of the museum, loyal to Lenin, are doing their best to resist the advance of commercialization. The film "Leninland" tells about the modern life of this amazing museum-reserve and its employees.