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Andrey is the head of a group of Moscovites who live in the city's underground. Owen leads a rescue team in search of a Russian anthropologist who's disappeared beneath the underground system. They discover an eerie multilevel system of caves and catacombs.Written by
Vadim Mikhailov is the head of the Diggers of the Underground Planet in Moscow. He worked on the film The Saint (1997) with Val Kilmer by showing director, Phillip Noyce, the Moscow underground for a small scene in the movie. Mikhailov is quoted in Outside magazine in September of 1997 as saying, "After I took him down," Mikhailov says ruefully, "Phillip said he was going to help me make a movie about my life. I gave him some tapes and, well, I haven't heard from him since." Val Kilmer was in both movies. Moscow Zero also depicts exactly how Mikhailov described the underground in The Outside magazine, including the river. See more »
The entrance to hell has been sealed off. When we arrived the place to close it was already sealed. Someone was there before us.
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If you enjoy sitting in the dark, both literally and figuratively, for ninety minutes then this is the movie for you.
A waste of actors, resources and audience time. Ultimately a waste of space. Don't be tempted by the resume. There is nothing of any further substance beyond it. The film lacks all of the basics that you might expect from the genre; plot, character, development, denouement. The cast may perhaps take heart from the knowledge that in this instance their efforts will be entirely forgettable and, given time, their careers may perhaps improve.
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