Has anybody seen this? I finally got around to watching it last night and it's such a strange movie. It's a comedy about things that aren't funny. It's from the same guy who wrote Veep and In The Loop. It's literally about The death of Stalin and how things shook out - maybe 50% accurate, 30% accurate-ish, and 20% just supposed to be funny...sort of. I guess it's a way of presenting the atrocities of that time and place in history in a film people might actually watch? There were a bunch of times where I caught myself laughing and then thinking, "but that actually happened, so it's not really funny." Good movie, but different.