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Valeriya Gai Germanika Refused to Remove Swear Words from her Film
19.08.2014 14:21
Valeriya Gai Germanika Refused to Remove Swear Words from her Film
Yes and Yes

Film director Valeriya Gai Germanika refused to clear off obscenities from her new film Yes and Yes.

      If the film is put a distribution veto on she is going to post it on the web. The film director believes that the repostscoring “will affect aesthetic integrity of the movie”.

      The repostscoring is ruled out because it would have an impact on conveying the film concept. Therefore the film producers are waiting for some possible changes in the legislation that will make it possible to distribute the film as it is.

      The film took part in the main competition of the Moscow International Film Festival and was awarded for its direction work, and took the FIPRESCI prize.

      The film Yes and Yes was on release with its original postscoring including some obscene words from June 28 to June 30, right before the law on the offensive language in Russian cinema came into effect.

      If nothing changes, the movie will be distributed online or sold on DVDs.


Sources: http://www.teleport2001.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Valeriya Gai Germanika Censorship Russian Cinema   

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