Pussy Riot 'Dispirited' And Lacking Public Support

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Members of the all-girl punk band 'Pussy Riot' (from L) Maria Alyokhina, Yekaterina Samutsevich and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova sitting in a glass-walled cage in Moscow, on October 10, 2012 . A Moscow court heard today the appeal of feminist punks Pussy Riot against their two-year prison camp sentence, days after President Vladimir Putin appeared to give his blessing to the verdict. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA (Photo credit should read NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA/AFP/GettyImages) | Getty
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Maxim Pozdorovkin, who met with some of the Pussy Riot members in Moscow this week, told HuffPost Live's Marc Lamont Hill that they're doing "okay."

Pozdorovkin, co-director of the HBO documentary "Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer," noted, "I think that they're a little bit dispirited recently... I think their support from the people is probably down according to them and a few other people. They're probably liked even less than they were before."

Watch the video at HuffPost Live