Poklonskaya came at a prayer vigil against the «Matilda»

© RIA Novosti / Pavel to Listenpreise in fotobiennale Poklonskaya during the procession in Yekaterinburg. Archival photoPoklonskaya came at a prayer vigil against the «Matilda»© RIA Novosti / Pavel to Listenpreise the image Bank

The Deputy of the state Duma Natalia Poklonskaya are unable to participate in prayer standing against the film «Matilda», which took place on Tuesday in the Moscow Church of the Resurrection in kadashi.

Standing against the film was held in many cities of Russia, the event was organized by the Orthodox public movement «forty times Forty». Earlier, Poklonskaya campaigned all concerned to participate in the promotion, and also invited the Director of «Matilda» by Alexei Uchitel to appear at the rally in Moscow and chat with opponents.

«Unfortunately, Natalie couldn’t come because had to go to a meeting that should have never been cancelled», — told RIA Novosti one of the organizers standing.

However, the action was attended by about a thousand people and for two hours I prayed to the movie «Matilda» came out in wide release. Believers are not satisfied with the distortion of history in the film, as well as the fact that their Holy Emperor is depicted «fornicator,» and his wife «a witch».

The movie «Matilda» about the fate of the ballerina Matilda Kschessinska, who was in love, the future Nicholas II. Starring Mikhalina Olshansky from Poland, Nicholas II — German actor Lars Eidinger. The premiere will be held on 6 October at the Mariinsky theatre of St. Petersburg, and in wide release picture due out October 25.

Earlier, representatives of the public movement «the Royal cross» called «Matilda» «anti-Russian and anti-religious provocation», and the Deputy of the state Duma Natalia Poklonskaya has asked the Prosecutor General to check the picture. According to her, experts and scholars made a comprehensive examination of the materials of the film. It showed that you created in the «Matilda» image doesn’t match the image of the Russian Orthodox Church canonized the Emperor Nicholas II.