MOSCOW – A cinema in Moscow has been punished for the display of a prohibited comedy about Soviet dictator Stalin. A court in the Russian capital, explained to the owners a fine of 100,000 rubles (approximately 1400 euros).
The film club had a screening of The Death of Stalin a prohibition in addition to resigned themselves of the Russian ministry of Culture. That came about after a private preview, with, among others, parliamentarians and employees of the film industry, reported news agency TASS last month. The film is about the struggle for power within the Soviet Union that followed on the death of the dictator.