Wooden bust of Vladimir Lenin, thrown on the shore of the Black sea near the Turkish town of Ak?akoca in 1991, will be the main hero of the Comedy, tentatively titled "You, me and Lenin" which shootings will begin in the near future, informs TV channel si-EN-EN Turk.
Authorities Akcakoca originally planned to set up unintentionally trapped in the city after the collapse of the USSR bust on one of the town squares, then in the Museum, but in the end, long approvals under pressure from Ankara in 2009, this was abandoned, and the find was deposited in the warehouse of the municipality. They say, It's only the bust of the first Soviet leader, in Turkey, reports RIA " Novosti ".
Film directed by Tufan Dastaan scenario Profits Bicakci will be a fantasy about how life would change residents if the bust of Lenin was, as planned, installed on one of the squares, Akcakoca and it would become a tourist attraction. We emphasize that in the last period of time messages about the demolition of monuments to the leader of the world proletariat did, for the most part, from the Ukraine. So, at the end of may in Odessa dismantled the largest monument to Lenin. In addition, on April 22 last year in Kramatorsk Donetsk region the Ukrainian nationalists have already demolished a second monument to Lenin in the city. 17 April of the same year, in the framework of the March of Pro-Ukrainian active participants in Kramatorsk in the Central square of the city was knocked down another monument to Lenin. In Ukraine during the struggle with the Soviet past almost 3 years continues active destruction of monuments. The radicals began to tear down the monuments to Lenin in Ukraine since December 8, 2013. In 2014, cases of vandalism relatively monuments became more frequent throughout the territory of Ukraine. This phenomenon is called the "war of monuments" or " leninopadom ". April 9 of last year the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the law prohibiting public use of and propaganda of the Communist and national socialist symbols in the country, and also recognizing these criminal regimes. Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (alias Lenin