Sobchak announced “Matilda” “premonarchical”
Journalist Ksenia Sobchak went to a pre-premiere screening of the film by Alexei Uchitel “Matilda” and shared impressions of viewing Instagram on Wednesday, October 4. She found a picture of “premonarchical” and promised that the film will appeal to state Duma Deputy Natalia Polonskaya.
“What surprised me personally? Yes, that Poklonski this film will really like, it is necessary urgently to him to invite!!! The king is shown better, not worse, than it was actually, and the film in this sense can be considered promonarchist,” wrote Sobchak.
She noted that the Teacher “really loves the king” and made for the idealization of the figure of Nicholas II more than Poklonskaya.
Thanks to Alexey Uchitel,and I sincerely sympathize with him for the obscurantism that is going around this beautiful ,Hollywood-filmed tale. This is a movie that in my opinion,does not claim to historical authenticity ,but simply tells a beautiful story of choosing between love and duty.What surprised me personally? Yes,that Poklonski this film should love,we need it urgently for him to invite!!! The king is shown better,not worse than it was actually,and the film in this sense can be considered promonarchist.The film is deliberately omitted cynical discrediting of Nicholas the Second thing: Already when I heard about the ice Palace,the same evening,may 30, the King goes not on my knees among the victims,and to the ball of the French Ambassador, count Montebello.As he writes in his memoirs Witte, the Emperor was advised to cancel the ball,but Nicholas did not agree. In his opinion,unhappiness should not overshadow the coronation: the Emperor and Empress arrive at the dance, king of dancing the first quadrille with the Countess of Montebello,and the Queen -the Earl of…. And this is much worse than someone who slept… So that Alex genuinely loves the King,and made masivy the final. Maybe more than Taylor did to Nicholas… thank you @club418 for the premiere!!!
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The movie will be released in wide Russian hire on October 26. It was about the relationship of the future Emperor Nicholas II and the ballerina Mathilde Kshesinskaia. Poklonskaya has repeatedly accused the filmmakers of insulting the feelings of believers. In July, the MP has written to the interior Ministry, the Prosecutor General and the Ministry of culture of Russia of 100 thousand cases insulted not yet released “Matilda” citizens.