The Servant of the People in Ukraine: Zelensky's too (?) realistic political anti-corruption series to watch urgently!

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The Servant of the People in Ukraine: Zelensky's too (?) realistic political anti-corruption series to watch urgently!




by Christophe » 06/04/22, 13:58

I started watching (first 3 episodes) The Servant of the People...with Zelensky as the main actor! It's very very good!

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From fiction to reality, there is only one step for Volodymyr Zelensky. In 2015, the current Ukrainian president embodied, in this series, an honest history professor at war against corruption, who becomes, against all odds, president of his country...

It is on Molotov for free for French residents:

https://www.molotov.tv/fr_fr/p/356853-4 ... -du-peuple

It's very caricatural...but ultimately, I think, very realistic about the political functioning of this corner of the globe...

Finally Zelensky should have remained an actor, frankly he was good!

The whole is also on Arte Séries Youtube (how long I don't know?):







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Re: The Servant of the People in Ukraine: Zelensky's too (?) realistic political anti-corruption series to watch urgently




by Christophe » 06/04/22, 14:42

In fact there are 3 seasons:

https://www.allocine.fr/series/ficheser ... 8/saisons/

We can only find the 1st (23 episodes above) on the Francophone media apparently for now?

The 3rd one looks very nice according to the summary:

2049. Students of the University of kyiv do not understand why they are required to study the history of Ukraine from 2019 to 2023. After Surikov's victory in the elections ...
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