At the end of WWII, as the Red Army was encroaching on Berlin, a Soviet soldier saw Nazi war crimes that changed his life. After the war, in the middle of the Cold War, he devotes his life to searching out and killing Nazi war criminals. During the process, he discovers things about his own motherland that could change his view on life, and give him motivation in the cat-mouse game of revenge.
I spent a considerably large amount of time in the Office. The Office was the room that we went to when our behavior was examined, compared with the social standards of a good Soviet teenager, deemed less than the standards, and an unelected official decided that we must be punished. It was apparently unacceptable to be different, which A)I didn’t care, but if I did B) I would be going to a different primary school, which C) I obviously didn’t.