Zaschitniki is a Russian neo-noir superhero film. It is set to be released in February 2017.
Set during the Cold War, a secret organization named "Patriot" gathered a group of Soviet superheroes, altering and augmenting the DNA of four individuals, in order to defend the homeland from supernatural threats.
The group includes representatives of the different nationalities of the Soviet Union. Superpowers reflect strengths and traditions of the people of the USSR.
Has the ability to seamlessly float through water. This gives her higher mobility in water than the fastest, or most maneuverable sea creature.
Can cause the ground to break apart under his enemies feet with great precision in what parts break and what shape the subsequent depression makes. This allows him to form craters, canyons, ravines, and sink holes which his enemies then fall into.
Has the ability to transform himself into a bear. He can control how much of his body is transformed and can transform partially if he wills it.
The Oscars gotta do a "crying Michael B. Jordan face" joke.
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Amid the bustling world of Central Oregon's wild mushroom hunting camps, the lives of two former soldiers intersect. [source]
THE BUSTLING WORLD OF CENTRAL OREGON'S WILD MUSHROOM HUNTING CAMPS.
A 75-year-old sniper with the US Special Forces in Vietnam and a 46-year-old platoon leader of Cambodia's Khmer Freedom Fighters come together each fall to hunt the elusive matsutake mushroom, a rare mushroom prized in Japanese culture and cuisine.
Told over the course of one matsutake mushroom season…
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