The police checks the film by Alexei Uchitel on tax crimes

The police checks the film by Alexei Uchitel on tax crimes

As the lawyer said the Director of Konstantin Dobrynin, the check is carried out at the request of the Deputy Polonskaya in the IC of Russia Alexander Bastrykin.

MOSCOW, may 25. /TASS/. The police of St. Petersburg examines the film Director Alexey Uchitel on tax crimes in connection with the request of ex-the Prosecutor of the Crimea, and state Duma Deputy Natalia Polonskaya. TASS said his lawyer Konstantin Dobrynin.

“Today on the Studio by Alexey Uchitel in St. Petersburg came a police officer and brought a request to provide documents. According to available information, the police request based on the request of the Deputy Polonskaya in the IC of Russia Alexander Bastrykin, which was forwarded to them by the interior Ministry, and from there to the GUVD of St. Petersburg and from there to the police Department of Vasileostrovsky district of the city,” he said.

In the document the police requests within five days to provide a number of documents, including statutory and constituent documents, a list of grants received from 2014 onwards for implementation of projects in the field of cinematography, the register of contracts concluded for the implementation of these projects, the information on settlement accounts. The information, the document required in connection with “carrying out activities aimed at detection, suppression and disclosure of crimes in sphere of economy, including tax crimes.”

Polonskaya vs Teacher

The dispute between the Director and the Deputy continues for several months. Poklonskaya ensured that his movie “Matilda” came out as insulting the memory of the king and the feelings of believers. Poklonskaya in this regard was sent to the state office of public Prosecutor Deputy inquiry with a negative conclusion of the examination of the film.

Experts estimated the trailers of the picture, the output of which is scheduled for October, and the full text of the screenplay, said the Deputy in an official answer to the citizens, believing that the picture offends their religious sensibilities.

In turn, the Teacher calls inadmissible the attempts of the MP to influence the creative process and the rolling destiny of a film. The Director’s lawyer Konstantin Dobrynin wrote a complaint to the Deputy Poklonsky to the Commission on ethics of the state Duma, however, no response has not followed yet.

The premiere of the film is expected to 6 October 2017 at the Mariinsky theatre — this will be the first movie premiere in the modern history of the Mariinsky theatre. The film tells about the relationship of the heir to the throne, the future Emperor Nicholas II and the ballerina Matilda Kschessinska in the background of events of national history.

The role of Nicholas II was performed by German actor Lars Eidinger, the way Matilda has embodied the Polish actress Mikhalina Olshansky, mother of the Emperor, Maria Feodorovna played by Lithuanian actress Ingeborga Dapkunaite. Also starring Yevgeny Mironov, Sergei Garmash, Danila Kozlovsky, Grigoriy Dobrygin, and many others.