What if the superhero from planet Krypton had landed in the Soviet Union and not in the United States? With his muscular body, magnified by his tight suit, the cloak placed on the shoulders, the head deliberately reduced, the stone sculpture of Richard Orlinski releases the strength of the Bolshevik sculptures. Superman reaches out, like Stalin indicating the direction to follow. The American vigilante could just as easily have embodied Communist propaganda. Orlinski questions history through the confrontation of the two giants of the Cold War.