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In May 1940, on the outskirts of Mexico City, a detachment of Mexican Communists dressed as policemen attack the house of the former leader of the Russian revolution, Leon Trotsky.
A round up of the best non-English drama series from around the world including Bollywood classics, K-dramas, and Nordic Noir, that are definitely worth the subtitles or dubbing.
Shows and mini-series about real people, including everyone from Bette Davis to Harry Houdini.
We're not Putin you on, there are some great TV shows coming out of Russia.
Chernobyl was one of a few recent dramas that pull back the iron curtain to reveal a glimpse into life in the former Soviet Union.
In the words of Virginia Woolf, "on or about December 1910, human character changed" and these shows are set in the era as those changes were unfolding.
Cutting across time periods and settings, these shows have one thing in common--lots and lots of political plotting and intrigue.
It seems like every period drama made these days is about the British aristocracy; these shows broaden the scope, and focus on continental history, from Carolingian era to the Napoleonic.
Forget the emotional life of butlers and wind-swept moors. These gritty shows are all about sword-wielding soldiers and Victorian bad guys.