Who needs the Marvel Cinematic Universe when you’ve got the Russian Cinematic
Universe? Coma is the heavy artillery of Slavic science fiction, creating a visually stunning
world that’ll blow your mind and not only yours, those of coma patients as well… Victor is an
architect who’s struggling to get his projects off the ground. But one morning the whole world
seems to go off the ground, spiraling into the most bizarre angles and with a skewed sense of
geography. Moscow suddenly sports a Big Ben diagonally sticking out of the Kremlin,
Venetian gondolas float next to the Red Square and people walk upside down on a bridge that
shoots out into the sky… One gigantic spider web of half-forgotten memories: his own and
those of the other people that are trapped in this universe. Coma is a super fun mash-up of
Inception, The Matrix and Paprika. And that is how you recognize truly great sci-fi.
Victor wakes up to a world based on the memories of coma patients… Coma is a visually
spectacular Russian sci-fi blockbuster, a super fun mash-up of Inception and The Matrix.