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The Russian release of British comedy film The Death of Stalin has been shelved following a screening before senior figures on Monday night.
The Russian attendees complained that the satire contained “ideological warfare” and “extremism”.
The film’s distribution certificate was withdrawn, effectively cancelling its planned Thursday release.
It is not clear if the film, starring Steve Buscemi and Jeffrey Tambor, will be
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