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Training to be a Jedi in Moscow’s lightsaber school

By DW
11 November 2018   |   12:04 pm
The Star Wars films have a cult following all over the world, including in Russia. That's despite the movies not officially being screened there until the final years of the Soviet Union. But Russian fans have taken their love of them to a new level.

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