Alexey Serebryakov, who spat on the Russians, received the main role in the Pushkin Theater

Actor Alexei Serebryakov.

Actor Alexei Serebryakov.

A photo: Boris KUDRYAVOV

Alexey Serebryakov fled to Canada with his family in 2012. From there, he spat with relish at Russia and the Russians, abundantly pouring slops on the people and not choosing expressions much. However, the actor did not take root overseas. He didn’t have a job and no money. Therefore, in 2021, quietly and without further ado, the artist returned to Moscow. He does not even think of apologizing to his compatriots. But they keep making money.

Alexey Serebryakov recently appeared on stage in the play “Einstein and Margarita”. The premiere took place on June 12 at the Pushkin Theatre. The story of great love and the atomic bomb based on Alexander Gelman’s play “Almar” was staged by Serebryakov’s close friend, director Alexander Marin.

The viewer came to look at the prodigal artist, forgetting that he called him a “boor”, scolded Russia and spat on her. Wherein Serebryakov has not yet apologized for his scandalous outbursts.

But a few years ago, the artist loudly declared that “in Russia, rudeness is a national idea.” “If you drive 30, 50, 70 kilometers from Moscow, you will see many elements from the 1990s. One way or another, until now, neither knowledge, nor ingenuity, nor enterprise, nor dignity are a prerogative, a national idea. The national idea is strength , arrogance and rudeness!”, – said the actor. After that, he gave several more high-profile interviews, where accused Russia in fomenting wars over the past 20 years. The artist also accused the Russian government of “rewriting history”, and the Russians – of “pseudo-patriotism”.

But time passed, the actor quietly returned to Moscow. He is still silent about the reasons for leaving Canada, as if there were no curses and loud slamming of the door.

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