Esquire Magazine Turns Five

Esquire magazine turns five in April. In this anniversary issue of Esquire readers will find: Fyodor Bondarchuk, Anastasia Volochkova and other celebrities who tell Andrei Loshak why they joined United Russia, and Berlin Film Festival winners and creators of the film, “How I Spent this Summer” demonstrate how, and in what, they will spend coming summers.

The April issue also includes the rules of life according to David Bowie, David Duchovny and Matt Groening, along with a five-minute guide to police who have been bitten.

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