Why is this not a movie?: The Russian (Artistic) Revolution

The Russian Revolution wasn’t just a political and economic revolution. In the brief moment between the idealism of a revolution that overthrew a monarchy to establish a workers’ paradise and the ugly reality of the totalitarian state the USSR became, Russia had its own Roaring 20s, with artists and bohemians exploring the freedom of a society that had just thrown off centuries of monarchy. Friend of the show Doug Woycechowsky joins us to talk about why that needs to be a movie that’s half Robert Altman, half Downton Abbey.