Russian Lolita
Russian Lolita

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The action of a controversial novel ''Lolita'', of the famous Russian writer Vladimir Nabokov, reset to present day Russia. A mother and her daughter are running short of money and are ...... (Full plot summary below)

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The action of a controversial novel ''Lolita'', of the famous Russian writer Vladimir Nabokov, reset to present day Russia. A mother and her daughter are running short of money and are ...

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