The show of the scandalous series “School” may not end on “April 31,” as the director promised, but much earlier: Valeria doesn’t like that the First Channel cuts out the most interesting moments. Shooting scandalous series can be stopped, and not because of public outrage. The dissatisfaction is expressed by the director Valeria Gai Germanika, who announced that she is leaving the project, since Channel One cuts out scenes from the original version.
“Indeed, the series, which are shown at 18:20, differ, albeit slightly, from those that are shown at 23:30 ... The channel just respects these people,” says the directorate of the channel. However, it seems that the nightly options are very far from the original ones. Knowing the style of Valeria, it can be assumed that the original “School” can be easily glued with the label “xxx”. That does not quite match the ideology of the First Channel.
True, it is difficult to say now that Germanika is really leaving the project,After all, more than 40 episodes have already been filmed, the work continues, the investments have been made huge, so it will not work out just like that, the workers of the channel warn.
Last year, filming a single series of the “School” cost $ 50–100 thousand, now the rates have risen somewhat. This money is the state allocated from the budget of Russia for the functioning of the state holding VGTRK, for the promotion of spiritual values and a decent lifestyle.
Officials differently evaluate the work of Guy Germanika. We trace the points of view from, so to speak, the earth, to, relatively speaking.
Tatiana Rybina, the director of the 945th Moscow school where the series is being filmed, demanded that the work of the film crew be banned from her school. The Commissioner for Children's Rights in Moscow, Honored Teacher of the Russian Federation Yevgeny Bunimovich, doubts the advisability of showing such a grotesque series as “The School” on television, “because the children understand everything too literally.”
Olga Larionova, head of the Moscow Department of Education, spoke out against the show on the First Channel of the series “School”. The Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Andrei Fursenko, expressed the opinion that the “School” series is very close to reality, but it shows “half-truth” and “dill”. Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin stood up for the rights of the artist: “You know, it happens, look at the portrait ... Looks like? Not really. And the artist sees it that way. Maybe this is how the director sees modern youth? Maybe this is not so in reality, but the director sees it. ”