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In Russia, they want to limit advertising to movie shows
Advertising before movie shows in Russia can be limited to 10 minutes. The corresponding bill was submitted to the State Duma of the Russian Federation.
As follows from the document, which is published in the electronic database of the parliament, it is forbidden to show commercials more than 10 minutes before the start of the session in all cinemas. The authors of the initiative were the deputies of the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg.
However, the Cabinet of Ministers gave a negative review of this bill. According to members of the government, changes could entail serious loss of revenue from distributors.
Earlier it was reported that cinemas plan to resume work from mid-July. Spectators will be seated taking into account the observance of social distance. Only members of the same family will be allowed to sit together.