December 9, 2013
Tacita Dean, The Life and Death of St Bruno, photogravure, from The Russian Ending, 2001. “The title of the series is taken from a convention in the early years of the Danish film industry when each film was produced in two versions, one with a happy ending for the American market, the other with a tragic ending for Russian audiences.”

Tacita Dean, The Life and Death of St Bruno, photogravure, from The Russian Ending, 2001. “The title of the series is taken from a convention in the early years of the Danish film industry when each film was produced in two versions, one with a happy ending for the American market, the other with a tragic ending for Russian audiences.”

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