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Months into the invasion of Ukraine, Vladimir Putin’s propaganda is running at full speed in Russia. Independent media have all been shut down, the main social networks blocked. Opponents who did not flee have been thrown into prison. Throughout the country, no dissonant voice against the war is tolerated. Putin’s regime is sliding towards totalitarianism. Every evening, on the state television channel Rossiya One, Vladimir Soloviev, Russia’s most famous journalist, delivers gross untruths about the war and constantly brandishes the use of the nuclear bomb. He agreed to receive us backstage on his show, a few days after being the victim of an alleged assassination attempt by a neo-Nazi group and the CIA. In fact, the "attack" was widely believed to have been staged. Tatiana Felgenhauer worked for Echo radio in Moscow, which was forced to stop broadcasting in March. Courageously, the journalist continues to inform the public about the consequences of the war through her Youtube channel. But the young woman fears for her safety. Since our shoot, she has fled the country. The film tells these stories and others about how Putin and his regime manipulate people of Russia by manufacturing situations to demonize the West and promote their agenda.
Length: 60 minutes
Copyright date: ©2022
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