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February 21, 2013 (Russia)

Metro (Метро) is a 2013 Russian disaster film, that was directed by Russian film director and screenwriter, Anton Megerdichev, and written by Viktoriya Evseeva, and Denis Kuryshev. It is based on the 2005 novel of the same name by Russian author, Dmitry Safonov. The film was released on February 21st, 2013, and received mostly positive reviews from critics. However, it also received negative reviews, due to the discrepancy between the plot of the film, and the real underground and its services. The movie grossed $12 million in the domestic market, and $15 million worldwide, against it's $9 million budget. Thus, making the film an average commercial success.

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The construction of new buildings in the center of Moscow, leads to a crack in one of the subway tunnels. No one could have imagined that as a result of the violation of the tightness of the ceiling, water from the Moscow River would pour into the tunnel, and hundreds of passengers would be in the grip of an impending flood. A furious stream of water threatens not only the collapse of the subway tunnels, but also the destruction of the entire city. City hospital doctor, Andrey Garin, and his daughter, Ksyusha, are among other people in trouble. Garin is fighting a disaster, trying to save passengers. Andrey will have to overcome resentment, anger and fear. He must survive in order to regain his love, his family, and his former happy life.

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