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Friday, December 15, 2017

The Kremlin said the new cinecanal – Comedy about Stalin’s death


Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov had on Monday to answer the question from the realm of cinema. Journalists fear that after the excitement because of the “Matilda” in Russia will rise up against the “Death of Stalin”, filmed in the genre of satirical Comedy.

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photo: Gennady Cherkasov

If Nicholas II sacred for us, then Stalin and all for someone “father”. And it is hard to imagine that you can arrange citizens, insulted, desecrated honor of the leader, so if the Orthodox activists threaten arson of cinemas.

In this regard, reporters asked on Monday the press-Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov, should the Ministry of culture is somehow more responsible or more critically relate to the issuance of rental certificates “such a controversial film.”

“I honestly don’t know what kind of film it is. The Ministry of culture is responsible for the issuance of licences, never superficial approach here did not show”, – quotes RIA of “news” in this regard, Peskov.

The press Secretary added that, unfortunately, have not heard about this movie, because information about it had not yet received.

The film, as seen, can hardly be called controversial. It took British Director Armando’s Iannucci, the series of which “Vice Presidentrunning for six seasons on HBO, received the day before the television award “Emmy”.

The film actually begins with the death of Stalin, after which its environment is bickering for power. These events are shown in a satirical manner. The film employed actors Jason Isaacs, Olga Kurylenko, Steve Buscemi, Rupert Friend. Recently the painting was shown at the Toronto film festival and was purchased for display in Russia.

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