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MOSCOW, April 20. /TASS/. Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov recommends to watch the President documentary on Russian television on Sunday.
"The film was not quite ready, I haven’t seen its final version yet, but I’ll tell you that it certainly impressive," Peskov told reporters. "I just advise you to watch it," he said.
The presidential spokesman added, though, that he doesn’t consider it appropriate to speak about the film in detail, since it’s the project of the All-Russian State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company. This is not Vladimir Solovyov’s film, the documentary is based on a lengthy interview with the president conducted by Vladimir Solovyov," Peskov said, adding that it was "a brilliant interview."
Earlier on Monday, the Russian television has shown some fragments from the documentary dedicated to the 15th anniversary of Putin’s election head of state. The announcement says that it reflects "the turning points of mainstream politics, which decided the fate of the world."
The film creators promise to show some "forgotten and unknown pages of Vladimir Putin’s era," including a chronicle of events, unique footage made by the president’s personal cameramen, interviews with business representatives and Russia’s dignitaries.
The film will go on the air on Sunday, April 26.