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Trotsky series called a success in Cannes

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Trotsky series called a success in Cannes


film shot/kino-teatr.ruThe world premier of Trotsky series took place in Cannes, TASS reports. The screening was held in the legendary Festival Place. Guests and participants of the global market for entertainment MIPCOM. The series were introduced by the General Director of the Russian First Television Channel Konstantin Ernst, producer Alexander Zekalo, leading actors Konstantin Khabensky and Olga Sutulova.

Presentation of the series devoted to the Russian Revolution was one of the MIPCOM key events.

Konstantin Ernst has noted that the series creators did not aim to make a true biographic story but to adopt the life of this historical figure to the tv series understood by the wide audience.

According to the producer Alexander Zekalo there's never been a movie or series on Marxist revolutionary and Soviet politician until now. Russian filmmakers didn't pursue a political agenda, but were looking forward to show the life events of this contraversial and outstanding person.

Russian audience will see these Trotsky in the closest future. It is probable that the series will be posted on First Channel website before the official premier.

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