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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

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Lingering Lolita


On Wednesday, the Cinema Center shows "Lolita," Adrian Lyne's 1997 version of Vladimir Nabokov's novel about the forbidden love of a British professor for a 12-year-old girl. Starring Jeremy Irons and Dominique Swain, the film shows in English with Russian subtitles at 6:30 p.m. in the Small Hall of the center at 15 Druzhinnikovskaya Ulitsa. Tickets cost 50 rubles ($8.25). Tel. 205-7306. Nearest metro: Krasnopresnenskaya.


Stately Melodies


As part of the Music in Moscow Museums, Palaces and Estates festival, oboe player DmitryBulgakov performs Bach, Schubert, Poulenc and Prokofiev with pianists Yakov Katsnelson and Marianna Shapitayeva at the Kuskovo estate. Music starts at 7 p.m. Wednesday at 2 Ulitsa Yunosti. Tickets cost 25 rubles ($4.25) and can be purchased at the museum's box office an hour before the concert starts. Tel. 375-5252. Nearest metro: Ryazansky Prospekt.


Constructive Display


Check out "Constructivism -- Geometry, Structure, Ornament, Color," an exhibition featuring works by acclaimed Russian artists of the 20th century from the Tsaritsyno Museum Collection, as well as some contemporary works. The exhibit will run until Aug. 15 and can be seen from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily except Mondays at the New Tretyakov Gallery at 10 Krymsky Val. Admission is 15 rubles ($2.50). Tel. 230-7788. Nearest metro: Oktyabrskaya or Park Kultury.