Moscow, September 13. The Minister of culture of Russia Vladimir Medinsky commented on the situation surrounding the film by Alexei Uchitel "Matilda", noting that it is intentionally resent the hysteria, although this is a "normal film".
the Network of cinemas "Sinema Park" and "Formula Kino" previously refused to hire "Matilda" due to security threats. Human rights activist and Director of Teacher Konstantin Dobrynin later said that unknown persons set fire to a car near the office of the Board of advocates in Moscow, scattering leaflets "For Matilda to burn." Against the background of such incidents, the Minister of culture Vladimir Medinsky said that hysteria is blown intentionally.
Outraged, of course, "failure theater" is their right. Resent situation deliberately escalate the hysteria, in principle, a normal feature film", — Medinsky said on Twitter.
a Russian MP Natalia Polonskaya appealed to the geprokuraturoy with a request to check the film, which talks about the relationship of Emperor Nicholas II and the ballerina Kschessinska. The speaker of the Kremlin, Dmitry Peskov, said that to assess not released the picture prematurely.