- 60 min.
Over the past year, Sergei Udaltsov, coordinator of the Left Front opposition movement, spent more than two months under arrest. In prison, he declared dry hunger strikes in protest against illegal detentions at rallies, on the way to rallies, just on the street. Many times he was hospitalized due to deterioration of health during hunger strikes. But this most controversial leader of the Russian opposition is surrounded by people almost more mysterious than himself. What leads them, following Udaltsov to rallies, under the batons of riot police, venturing on hunger strikes and ready to jump from the Crimean bridge?