The reason to withdraw the film was the decision of the distributors of the film - the company "Central Partnership". "It owns the rights to the film in the entire CIS, - said the head of one of the capital's cinemas. - We can not show it on our own. "
Previously, ‘Child 44’ was banned from being shown in Russia due to the fact that the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation has expressed dissatisfaction with this film. In a statement the agency says that the picture distorts historical facts and to show such films on the eve of May 9 is unacceptable.
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