|Directed by:||Evgeny Ruman||Rating:||TV-PG|
|Release Date:||2010||Running Time:||50 min|
|Language:||Hebrew & Russian with English subtitles||Genre:||Comedy|
The comedy, Lenin in October, takes place in Ashdod. Grisha has almost given up on his dream of opening a restaurant. The sudden death of a rich uncle in Russia changes all of that. The uncle leaves all his money to his beloved nephew for the very purpose of opening a restaurant, but there’s a catch. The uncle was a sworn Communist all his life and the restaurant must be dedicated to the sacred values of Communism. Grisha doesn’t really mind. What is important is the dream, and ideology is a distant second. But how do you go about finding a statue of Lenin in Israel?