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Gerard Depardieu Wants to Act Ivan the Terrible
7.09.2015 20:53
Gerard Depardieu Wants to Act Ivan the Terrible

The famous French actor Gerard Depardieu wants to act Ivan the Terrible in a Russian movie.

      As the actor says, he is very interested in this historical character. Gerard Depardieu assures that he has long felt himself like a Russian, with his love for Russian literature and philosophy, the TASS reports. It is a reminder that the actor received Russian citizenship in 2013.

      Presently Gerard Depardieu plays the role of Ivan the Terrible in the oratorio by Sergey Prokofiev. The actor says his role in Russian, though he has not mastered speaking the language yet.

      Gerard Depardieu expressed his dissatisfaction with the dominance of American blockbusters in the market and emphasized the necessity of "regaining national identity".

      Currently the French actor is participating in the 10th International Music Festival 'Stars on Baikal' held in Irkutsk. According to the actor, Eastern Siberia has surpassed all his expectations. He dreamed of visiting it after watching The Barber of Siberia directed by Nikita Mikhalkov.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Cinema Ivan the Terrible    

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