The Deputy of the state Duma Natalia Poklonskaya, who supported the requirement for the worker to check the movie “Matilda” by Alexei Uchitel, anti-religious propaganda, stated that he did not wish “to be soiled” viewing of films, and expressed his opinion about the pictures that nobody saw.
“According to the authors, he talks about the alleged unholy nexus of crown Prince Nikolai Alexandrovich (the future Emperor Nicholas II) with the ballet dancer Mathilde Kschessinska. The poster of the film presents this as some kind of “secret” of the Romanov dynasty. The authors claim that the film is still under production. But even a promotional video, widely circulated on the Internet, raises many questions and outrage viewers. Moreover, the film is called “historic blockbuster”. With these questions, people turned to me as to the Deputy of the State Duma,” wrote Taylor in his blog.
Ex-Prosecutor of Crimea decided that the representatives of the movement “Royal cross” “have the right to say so, because they Express their opinion.”
“In history there is no statesman that has been so maligned as the last Russian Emperor Nicholas Alexandrovich. For many decades, the people heard in relation to his murdered king only mockery and hatred. The party ideologues, publicists, writers, artists, scriptwriters, Directors competed with each other in an effort to discredit the Holy name of the sovereign,” she said.
One gets the impression that the authors of the film are not so important historical component of the picture, outraged Poklonskaya. In her opinion, the authors of the film “is not so important historical component of the picture.”
“The budget, according to some, amounted to about $ 25 million. And for what purpose the money that glorifies and cultivates this movie? Is it patriotism, or a moral start?” – asks the Chairman of the Duma Committee for security and combating corruption.
“Yesterday, during the tumultuous discontent I was asked whether I watched this movie. Of course not, and will not soil oneself. Today, our voters have asked us, their elected representatives ,for help. I consider it my duty to consider and respond to these appeals. Silence can God betray,” wrote Poklonskaya, indicating that the condemnation of the anointed of God – a great sin.
Yesterday, November 2, Natalia Poklonskaya told about his Deputy’s request to the Prosecutor General about the film by Alexei Uchitel. She referred to the opinion of public men who protested the intention of the Director to move to the screen the love relationship of the Russian Orthodox Church canonized the Emperor and dancer Matilda Kseshinskaya.
“For God’s sake, let them turn, what did I do? Nonsense, I do not comment on this insanity. First, a film no one saw. What they seek is impossible because nobody has seen a single frame, the film still is, it is in the work”, – commented on the claims Director. He later clarified that the film has already been checked by the Prosecutor’s office and claims to it arose.
And in the Union members of the Romanov family in Russia, recalledthat the relationship of Nicholas II and Matilda Kseshinskaya – historical fact. “He was a man with weaknesses, he was really in love with”, – noted in the comments along with the fact that Nicholas II was canonized as a Saint for his martyrdom.
The current scandal is not the first to “Matilda”. In the beginning of the year it turned outthat the Teacher chose the role of the last Russian Emperor of the German actor Lars Eidinger known to participate in the controversial tapes, including pornoseite of Peter Greenaway’s “Goltzius and the Pelican company”.
Role in the film also played Louise Tungsten, Ingeborga Dapkunaite, Yevgeny Mironov, Galina Tyunina.
Recall that in 1958, when Boris Pasternak was nominated for the Nobel prize for literature and was awarded for his novel “Doctor Zhivago” in the Soviet Union turned harassment of the writer. Subsequently, the campaign of defamation Pasternak called “do Not read, but condemn!”. These words are often appeared in the speeches of public prosecutors. According to one version, the phrase originates from an open letter to BBC Philip vasiltsova in the “Literary Gazette,” who wrote that knows nothing about Pasternak and his books are not read, but believes that in the literature is better off without him.
Under public pressure, the writer refused the Nobel prize. Pasternak was not exiled or jailed, although he was threatened with charges under article “Treason”. A year later he died.