Volodymyr Zelensky ha fatto un'apparizione speciale al Festival di Cannes

Il presidente ucraino Volodymyr Zelensky è apparso in video durante la serata di apertura del Festival di Cannes in Francia, giving a speech about the importance of filmmaking in the midst of war.

The most brutal dictators of the 20th century loved cinema,” Zelensky disse, adding that most films made about those dictators werehorrific documentaries and newsreels.
“In febbraio 24, Russia began a war of huge proportion against Ukraine with the intention of going further into EuropeHundreds of people die every day. They are not going to get up after the end,” Lui continuò. “Will cinema stay silent, or will it talk about it? If there is a dictator, if there is a war for freedom, ancora, it all depends on our unity. Can cinema stay out of this unity? We need a new [Charlie] Chaplin who will prove that, in our time, cinema is not silent.
    He was referencing Chaplin’sThe Great Dictatorduring the live call from Kyiv.
      Lui continuò: “It’s necessary for cinema not to be silentI say to everyone who hears me: Do not despair. Hatred will eventually disappear and dictators will die. We have to win this victory and we need cinema to ensure that this end is always on the side of freedom. I’m sure that the dictator will lose. We will win this war. Glory to Ukraine.
        Prior to entering politics, Zelensky was an actor and comedian.

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