Moscow. 2 Aug. INTERFAX – Film by Alexei Uchitel “Matilda” will receive informational support from the social network “Vkontakte”.
“We decided to support the picture, enabling the users of “Vkontakte” to form their own views on the movie,” – said the press Secretary of a social network Yevgeny Krasnikov, whose words are in the message, received by “Interfax” on Wednesday.
“VKontakte” is committed to provide users with a social network to a maximum of objective information about the film, which will allow them to make their own choices: to watch the picture or not”, – stated in the message.
In social networks the official community of the film, which will be presented materials about the stages of production of the picture, interview of Teachers and actors, and will also be live broadcasts of the premieres of “Matilda”. Currently available interview with Director, who answered questions of users of the social network, rare photos and newsreels of the lives of Nicholas II and the Royal family. Community in the social network will be the venue for the draw for tickets to screenings of the film in various theaters throughout the country.
“Matilda” will be released on 26 October 2017. The film tells about the relationship of the heir to the throne, the future Emperor Nicholas II and ballerina Matilda Kshesinskaya.
Surrounding the film before its release in the screens sparked a sharp public debate. In particular, the Deputy of the state Duma Natalia Polonskaya appealed to the Prosecutor General with a request to conduct a review in relation to the film. In turn, the lawyer of the Director Konstantin Dobrynin on July 31 announced that it had submitted a request to the Chairman of the state Duma Vyacheslav Volodin, in which he asks to provide him with information on the number of appeals to the Deputy N.Polonskaya, as it implies that the MP’s exaggerating the degree of concern of Russians movie.
After that, N. A. poklonski invited Teachers to communicate with the people who come to her statements about the insult of religious feelings by the film “Matilda”.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday in several cities of Russia, Moldova, Austria and Serbia were prayer vigils against the release of “Matilda” in the car. At the same time in the Russian Orthodox Church called standing opponents of “Matilda” a civil action.