Navalny: A Scene Anatomy



Navalny: A Scene Anatomy

Guild-nominated filmmaker Daniel Roher reflects on being in the room as Alexei Navalny exposes the shocking attempt on his life.

Enthralling and intimate, director Daniel Roher’s “Navalny” unfolds with the pace of a thriller as it follows Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in his quest to identify the men who poisoned him in August 2020. Shot in Germany as the story unfolded and offering extraordinary access to the investigation, “Navalny” is a fly-on-the-wall documentary that is also a study of Navalny the man—a portrait of a leader intent on reform who will not be cowed by anything, including his own poisoning.

NAVALNY is now streaming on HBO Max.

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  1. Максим Романенков
    Максим Романенков says:

    Navalny works for putin and FSB. His job is to ask people always protest peacefully and never start a revolution so putin's regime continue to exist. Current events is as much Navalny's fault as putin's. 'Cause Navalny always asked people about peacefull protests where people were "peacefully" beaten up by police and asked (by Navalny) to do nothing in return.

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  2. Максим Романенков
    Максим Романенков says:

    Navalny says that Crimea is Russia and that he wouldn't give it back to Ukraine. In 2008 he asked putin to b0mb Gergia, said that he'd do it himself, and he called Georgian people "rodents". He's a putin's project. Someone Kremlin and putin WANT you to support 'cause they fear real, uncontrollable opposition.

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  3. Blue Oak
    Blue Oak says:

    If Russia's public united against Putin, then he would have a problem even he would have a hard time controlling. But most to many are accepting of Putin's grip and his bloodshed unfortunately.

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