The son of the "Little Red Riding Hood" star Yana Poplavska's son returned from Ukraine as a "different person": he is angry with Russians
After Russian actress and star of the Soviet film Little Red Riding Hood Yana Poplavska led her son Klym to kill Ukrainians, she expected support and praise. Instead, the mother and her son, a veteran, faced indifference and anger toward the Russians.
In a new interview, Poplavska said that her son returned from the front as a "different person" and was surprised that no one in the rear was praising him. Moreover, Muscovites behave as if the war does not exist (to see the photo, scroll to the bottom of the page).
"He has changed a lot. War changes people a lot... His reaction to what's happening here, to the full cities, to the packed restaurants, has changed," the Putinist said.
She complained that Russians do not appreciate her son's work and consider military commanders to be an incapacitating burden for the occupiers. Poplavska herself justified Klim, assuring that he was also in the trenches and could be injured or die in disgrace.
Poplavska spent the lion's share of the interview trying to convey to the public that the war will affect everyone, even ignoring the acronym "SVO" that Russians are forced to use to refer to terrorism in Ukraine.
Both she and Klym systematically meet compatriots who do not honor or praise the occupiers, but consider them to be scum and the lower class of society. Apparently, the family of bloodthirsty propagandists was not prepared for this.
As a reminder, back in 2017, Poplavskaya publicly accused Ukraine of "killing civilians in Donbas." In particular, the actress called Ukrainians "freaks and creatures" who "shoot at residential buildings".
As OBOZREVATEL wrote, in 2022, her son was trained in Chechnya and went to the war zone to make a movie.