Alexei Navalny’s new home is around 100 kilometers from Moscow, at the end of a muddy path, on the outskirts of the small town of Pokrov. A year after his poisoning, the main opponent to Vladimir Putin lives in a high-security prison. His Anti-Corruption Foundation is banned. Many of his allies are in exile, independent media are closing down and a ‘climate of fear’ reigns among his supporters.
Featuring interviews with Konstantin Kotov, former activist and prisoner of Penal Colony 2; Ivan Pavlov, lawyer for Navalny foundations; Yekaterina Schulmann, political scientist; Pyotr Tolstoy, deputy speaker of the State Duma; and Armen Aramyan, journalist at student paper Doxa in Moscow.