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A man walks past a ticket machine displaying an advertisement for the movie "Serf" on its screen at a cinema in Moscow on February 4, 2020. - Since its release in late December, "Serf" has garnered more than 3 billion rubles ($47 million) in Russia and a number of post-Soviet countries known as the Commonwealth of Independent States, kinobusiness.com, the film industry website, said. A comedy that tells the story of a misbehaving rich kid waking up as a 19th century serf has become the highest grossing Russian film of all time in its home market. Only James Cameron's sci-fi epic "Avatar", which grossed 3.6 billion rubles ($57 million) in the country, has raked more in the box office so far. (Photo by Alexander NEMENOV / AFP)

‘Serf’ comedy becomes top grossing Russian film