The Director of the documentary film “In the struggle for Ukraine” compared Putin to Lenin


www.vsyako.netVladimir Putin Photo: Sergey Guneev / RIA Novosti

The Director of the documentary film “In the struggle for Ukraine” (Revealing Ukraine) Igor Lopatonok spoke about how impressed he was by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin. Its words TV channel “360”.

Working on a documentary film on the political situation in Ukraine, the film crew interviewed Putin. Lopatonok noted that despite the difficult schedule of the President, the material for the film turned out to be done quickly. Also, the Director recalled how he first met Putin personally, but did not specify exactly when it happened.

“If you compare my first meeting with Vladimir Putin… then We shot in the garden near the fountain. I had a very special experience. I had the impression that I see… well, some not quite human… like a Lenin. I’m in the Kremlin, and the Lenin of,” admitted Lopatonok.

However, according to him, during an interview for the film “In the struggle for Ukraine,” the Russian leader looked tired, but calm and confident. “As long as we recorded an interview with Putin, I considered, a very heavy, sad picture,” — said he, stressing that after the recording of the conversation, “there was some ray of hope, air, sun”.

In this interview, Putin said about the inevitability of rapprochement with Ukraine, told about “Russian intervention” in U.S. elections and on the participation of Georgian snipers in the Maidan events.

Painting “In the struggle for Ukraine” was shown as part of the competition program film festival in the Italian town of Taormina. The ribbon was produced by American film Director and screenwriter Oliver stone, starring in the 2015-2017 four-part film “Interview with Putin”.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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