Officers question staff at Pioner cinema, which defied ban on screenings of dark comedy
Armed Russian police have raided an arthouse cinema in Moscow that defied a government ban on the screening of Armando Iannucci’s dark comedy The Death of Stalin.
Six police officers and a number of plainclothes officials arrived at the Pioner cinema on Friday after the midday screening of the film, which revolves around the bitter infighting after the death of Joseph Stalin in 1953. Officers would only confirm that they were carrying out an investigation.
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