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7 of September, 10:58

Depardieu wants to play Ivan the terrible
Actor Gerard Depardieu now plays Ivan the terrible in Opera. According to his statement, he wished to appear as the king in the movie. The actor also said that he's interested in the topic of war Russia and France in 1812.

French actor Gerard Depardieu announced his own desire to play Tsar Ivan the terrible. According to his statement, he currently plays this role in Opera. "All the words speak Russian. Learned phonetic method", - quotes its "News" referring to an interview on "Russia 24".

The actor said that he is also interested in the war of 1812. "Yet what we must have backbone and courage to burn Moscow, to put the enemy. This is incredible. And I love Russian", - he told.

Depardieu called Patriotic films that were to his liking. According to his statement, acquaintance with Siberia he began with the film by Nikita Mikhalkov's "the Barber of Siberia", and additionally likes of Andrei Konchalovsky's "White nights postman Alexei Trapezina", and Pavel Lungin and Andrei Tarkovsky. "I love films that make them cry, something to rethink," shared the actor.

Days.Roux wrote that Gerard Depardieu received Russian citizenship, decided to get rid of all property in France. According to his statement, he no longer wants to have anything to do with their own homeland and are generally planning to go live in Belarus.

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