We are talking about the comedy of Semen Slepakova, in which corrupt officials are ridiculed.
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev looked at several episodes of “Home arrest” and considered that many types in him are recognizable to the Russian person. He said this in an interview with Russian television channels.
- I, of course, rarely watch TV shows, but if you mean House Arrest, then I really looked at a couple of episodes of this series. It’s pretty funny, and some characters are quite recognizable, – said the prime minister.
According to Medvedev, the plot of this comedy is as relevant today as Gogol’s “Inspector General”.
“In this sense, it’s interesting, it’s our life, and I think that we all need to get acquainted with such sources of culture,” the head of the Cabinet recommended.
“House arrest” is a Russian comedy television series, released in the summer on TNT-Premier. The protagonist of the picture is the mayor of the fictional town of Sineozersk, which was placed under house arrest because of corruption. “House arrest” earned high praise from the master of Russian cinema Nikita Mikhalkov. In an interview with video blogger Dudyu, he admitted that he was impressed with the quality of the series and even called its creator Semyon Slepakov to congratulate him on his creative success.