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Russians stole the Ukrainian series "Catch Kaidash" and created their own posters: actors reacted to the shameful act

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Russians stole the Ukrainian series "Catch Kaidash" and created their own posters: actors reacted to the shameful act

The Russians have once again demonstrated their rotten nature and stolen a Ukrainian film product, namely the popular series "Catch Kaidash" based on the novel "The Kaidash Family" by Ivan Nechuy-Levytsky. Now, on Russian piracy services, citizens of the terrorist country can watch all 12 episodes of the project in low-quality Russian dubbing.

The actors of the series have already reacted to the shameful act, and they were not surprised that the enemy continues to steal from Ukraine during a full-scale war. In particular, Antonina Khyzhnyak, who plays Motry, commented on the situation on the air of "Breakfast. Weekend " on 1+1.

The thieves also went to great lengths to photoshop the posters, apparently hoping that no one would notice their theft. However, Photoshop masters in Russia are not particularly professional either, so the result was only a cause for ridicule on the part of Ukrainians.

Russians stole the Ukrainian series ''Catch Kaidash'' and created their own posters: actors reacted to the shameful act

Yes, Khyzhnyak commented: "They know how to steal, photoshop badly, dipshits - this is all on their part too. I see that it's stupidly erased and overdubbed. I think, well, that's what they're all about, that's their whole point. Just stealing, re-voicing and inventing something else. I have no words for it."

Russians stole the Ukrainian series ''Catch Kaidash'' and created their own posters: actors reacted to the shameful act

Actor Hryhoriy Baklanov, who plays Lavrin Kaidash, was the first to notice the theft of the project. He laughed at the ridiculous posters created by the Russians, where the faces of Ukrainian actors were simply attached to other people's bodies and the title of the series was written in Russian.

"Did you know that the Ukrainians dubbed the Kaidash and watch it on pirate platforms?" Baklanov wrote.

Russians stole the Ukrainian series ''Catch Kaidash'' and created their own posters: actors reacted to the shameful act

As it turned out, the Ukrainian series has been shown on Russian services for several years. In the comments, viewers from the aggressor country are already sharing their impressions and giving ratings. Interestingly, some users did not like the surzhik in the project, which they do not always understand.

Russians stole the Ukrainian series ''Catch Kaidash'' and created their own posters: actors reacted to the shameful act

It should be noted that the Russian film industry has been severely affected by sanctions since the start of the full-scale war with Ukraine. Hollywood films do not allow Russians to purchase distribution licenses, streaming platforms are limited to Russian viewers, and filmmakers lack the imagination to create their own quality product. Read here to find out how Russia is grabbing the last opportunities to get viewers in front of screens.

Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote about 10 films and TV series that Ukrainians should watch. Films about the lives of Ukrainian heroes, memories of the struggle for freedom, and simply feature films can be a comfort in difficult times.

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