“The Magnitsky Act – Behind the Scenes” is a film about American-British financier William Browder, who you can read more about at the The New Nationalist. Aside from the film’s invitation-only viewing at Newseum, it has essentially been deep-sixed in the United States.
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SYNOPSIS: What started as a drama about a Russian police plot to steal a quarter billion dollars from a US financier and to murder his faithful tax lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, has become a real life investigation of contradicting versions of the crime. The Magnitsky Case is central for the policy of blacklisting bad guys from Putin’s Russia (“Magnitsky List”), which was then adopted by the West in retaliation for Russia’s actions in Ukraine. Shockingly for the film’s director, dissident and Putin basher Andrei Nekrasov, the official Western story turns out to have serious flaws. — Piraya Film