The Ministry of Culture has issued a license "Brotherhood" Lungin
The film directed by Pavel Lungin "Brotherhood" received a rotating certificate from May 10th. This was reported to journalists by the press service of the Ministry of Culture, reports RIA Novosti.
The same director told the agency that he was satisfied with the release date of the film: "I think it is absolutely not crucial for this film to have been published not on the 9th but 10th. He stressed that his film is not about the World War II, but "something completely different, this is a film about a small war, about small people, about the tragedies and individual tragedies of human life".
Earlier Lungin suggested that the picture will be released on May 10-12.
The film is dedicated to events in Afghanistan a few weeks before the withdrawal of Soviet troops from there in 1989. At the end of March, Igor Morozov, vice president of the Committee on Science, Education and Culture, said it was wrong show an image that "distorts the story" on the day of victory and noted that "youth cannot be educated, a sense of patriotism. The speaker of the Federation Council, Valentina Matvienko, did not support the proposal to postpone the date of the first, and Lungin defined the obscurantism of the position of Morozov As noted by the Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky, there are no legal reasons to prohibit the painting.