fbpx

Thrillers are on the verge of extinction: the ban on the series about the “Skopinsky maniac” “Unbroken” by Sarik Andreasyan

Thrillers are on the verge of extinction: the ban on the series about the “Skopinsky maniac” “Unbroken” by Sarik Andreasyan

Suddenly it’s all Sarik Andreasyan’s fault.

The Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation decided to seriously change the rules for issuing rental certificates for all upcoming new products. The number of thrillers at the box office and on television may decrease significantly.

Director of the Cinematography Department Dmitry Davidenko said that many producers in Russia are trying to get permission to rent films that should be banned for ethical reasons.

The official also gave an example of a precedent, namely the series about the “Skopinsky maniac” of certain “famous filmmakers.” The project showed episodes of violence against children, which became the reason for the refusal to issue a rental certificate, even though the victims were played by adult actors.

“Apparently we are talking about the series ‘Unbroken’ by Sarik Andreasyan, based on the victim’s memoirs. On March 4, Andreasyan said that he has not been able to obtain a rental certificate for two years because of the scenes with underage heroines, although according to him they are played by actresses over 18 years old and the mention of age is excluded. from the series,” Vedomosti discovered.

Davidenko assures that it is better not to film such projects at all, to avoid the “popularization of crime.” At the same time, Andreasyan wondered why, if all other things remained equal, Zhora Kryzhovnikov’s “The Boy’s Word” was released on the screens, because the heroine, 14-year-old Anka Peresild, was abused there.

“There is an unhealthy person who has committed a crime. He served 17 years. But this does not mean that a series should be made about him,” Davidenko summarized.

Also read:

  • “The Whole Universe”: “Soyuzmultfilm” will create Russian “Avengers” based on books by Gaidai and Bazhov
  • These seven films are despised by Quentin Tarantino and considered cult in Russia
  • Refusal of ‘The Matrix’ and ‘Harry Potter’: Which stars missed the chance to play iconic roles

Photo source: Still from the film “The Silence of the Lambs”

Author: Alexey Pletkin

Source: Popcorn News

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Top Trending

Related POSTS