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Top unknown Facts of 'The last czars' (Review , Netflix cast ....&Real life of Romanove Family )-pkresearcher




The Last Czars Review


Top unknown Facts of The last czars (Review , Netflix cast ....&Real life of Romanove Family )-pkresearcher



Many will know the history of the Romanovs either because they are part of world history or because they grew up watching that beautifully animated film that told the story of Princess Anastasia, who for years was believed to be alive. The truth is that the history of the Romanov dynasty is quite tragic and although it has its romantic passages, let's not forget that the Russian the imperial family ended up being killed without the possibility of a fair trial. Netflix has not been able to avoid wanting to get the most out of the famous life of this family and has recently released a documentary series, The Last Czars, where they narrate the last days of the imperial family. The Romanov the dynasty ruled Russia from the seventeenth century until in 1894 he ascended to the throne Nicholas II, the last czar of Russia

Top unknown Facts of The last czars (Review , Netflix cast ....&Real life of Romanove Family )-pkresearcher


This czar was criticized for not knowing how to govern, for not being aware of state affairs, for not knowing how to react on time and not taking appropriate measures. Nicholas II was described as a man of a kinder character and passionate about his family. He married Princess Alejandra, one of the many granddaughters of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, and they had five children: the Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia, and Zarévich Alekséi.

The history of the family was very marked by the bad decisions of the Tsar. In the first place, he decided to present his future wife to the people just after burying the previous Tsar, something that drew attention to a very superstitious society. When he assumed the throne, during the celebration of the town, a terrible stampede occurred where 200 people died due to lack of security. Another marked day was Red Sunday when 120,000 workers demonstrated before the Palace of Investor and imperial soldiers proceeded to assassinate a large number. And not to mention their participation in World War II, which only left them a large balance of victims and expenses.


But if there is an episode that drove the Romanovs away from their people, it was the obsession of the imperial family for the enigmatic Rasputin, who had a great influence on the empress? This issue is even pointed out as the drop that spilled the glass and caused that during the October Revolution of 1917, the tsars ended up being dethroned by the Bolsheviks.

All these events that marked the history of an entire nation are narrated in Netflix's Last Czars. There are six chapters of about 45 minutes long that not only shows us acted passages of what happened but also gathers the testimonies of historians about the time.

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In addition to showing the rise to power of Tsar Nicholas II, his characteristic kindness when facing the problems that put at risk the stability of his country or his participation in World War II, 'The Last Czars' explores the Romanov family relationship, especially Empress Alejandra, with the enigmatic Rasputin. In fact, some historians point to him as the top litigator of the October Revolution of 1917, when the Bolsheviks definitely dethroned the tsars.

Top unknown Facts of The last czars (Review , Netflix cast ....&Real life of Romanove Family )-pkresearcher

As we have said before, the events that are seen in the series are also commented on as a documentary by specialized historians at that time in question, which provides a much more subjective and profound vision of what happened. A formula that has conquered both the public and international critics, but that has "outraged" journalists and local experts for the alleged factual errors that it also includes. Far from all controversy, one thing is clear: 'The last tsars' is on its way to becoming one of the star series of the season.

Many criticize the production, which tells the story of Tsar Nicholas II and Rasputin, for his emphasis on sex scenes and for his historical inaccuracies, such as showing Lenin's mausoleum while he was still alive.
The life of Tsar Nicholas II has always generated fascination. The last czar of Russia, a man trapped by bad decisions and a crumbling empire, opened the way to communism with his incompetence and ended centuries of real history, which had begun with Ivan the terrible, back in 1533.

That is why he has always been surrounded by myths that are already part of popular culture, such as his wife's infidelity with the mystic Grigori Rasputin, the latter's influence on government decisions, Prince Alexei's illness (his heir) or the alleged disappearance of his daughter Anastasia.


That is why Netflix, in an effort to get closer to its audiences, decided to bet on a series that focused on its historical period: The Last Czars, which since this month is available on the platform.



In an innovative style, which mixes fiction with documentary, the series alternates the history of the Tsar, his family, and the monk Rasputin, with the opinions of experts and historians about that period. Historical errors and lots of sex But despite that effort to give academic weight to history, in Russia is quite upset and believes that the series is full of historical errors. "What is wrong with The Last Czars of Netflix ?: Everything," wrote, for example, the news site Fontanka in St. Petersburg.



Top unknown Facts of The last czars (Review , Netflix cast ....&Real life of Romanove Family )-pkresearcher





And the show has several mistakes. From the basics, how to show the Red Square with Lenin's mausoleum in 1905, when he had not even come to power and was still planning the revolution, to show the walls of the red Kremlin when they were painted white at that time. Add to that several mistakes in the costumes and in the chronology of events. Synthetic garments, fake fur, and cheap jewelry appear, for example, as well as the image of an Armenian monastery instead of the monastery in the Urals that Rasputin used to visit. "After these matters, it is very difficult to take it seriously," says a review of the Russian newspaper Argumenty I Fakty.

Another thing that bothers the Russians is the excess of sex scenes of the royal couple, which shows the tsar as a man with little capacity for sex. On the wedding night, for example, you can see Tsarina Alexandra with her breasts in the air, telling Nicholas II: “You have to be strong! You are the Tsar, the master of the country! ”
Journalist Fyodor Krasheninnikov criticized another "disgusting scene" on Facebook when Czarina prays loudly begging for her son while making love. "The series will only please people who want to see the tsarina naked," says Argumenty I Fakty.

A big disappointment
In Russia, many have taken the series as a big disappointment, as they expected more from Netflix, taking into account the success of Chernobyl, HBO, which was very well received for its historical accuracy and for its precision in showing life in the Union Soviet during the years of tragedy.


Critics also highlight the cheap production, when it comes to a very rich dynasty that spent huge sums on luxurious and pompous acts and ceremonies and ornaments such as Fabergé eggs.



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The interest of Netflix and its users in historical series based on real event is a fact. After producing or including in its catalog titles such as the multi-award-winning 'The Crown', 'Marco Polo', 'Vikings', 'Los Tudor' or the Spanish 'Carlos Rey Emperador', the streaming platform has just released one of the miniseries most interesting and ambitious of the season: 'The Last Czars', which, as its name suggests, explores the end of the Romanov dynasty and the cruel murder of its members.



The series, which consists only of six episodes of less than one hour in duration masterfully rides between fiction and the documentary genre, offering users of the technological giant a new vision of this historical drama that continues to raise blisters and generate some spectacle between those who already know the details of the terrible event.

Thus, 'The Last Czars' moves the viewer at the beginning of the 20th century, when Tsar Nicholas II faced the germ of a revolution that would eventually end his entire family, composed of his wife, the Empress of Russia Alejandra Fiódorovna Románova, and his five children: Olga, Tatiana, María, Anastasia and Alexei. All this away from the speculations and legends that have also accompanied history during all these years.
Top unknown Facts of The last czars (Review , Netflix cast ....&Real life of Romanove Family )-pkresearcher

On July 3, Netflix released the series "Last Czars" about the Romanov dynasty. As was clear from the trailer, the creators set themselves an ambitious task - to make an almost documentary chronicle of the events of the last two decades of the monarchy in Russia.
Art scenes in The Last Kings are interspersed with interviews of experts and historians who explain to the viewer what is happening on the screen. Actress Suzanne Herbert, playing the role of Empress Alexandra Fedorovna in the series said in an interview that “this is a completely new kind of storytelling, the main advantage of this exciting and beautifully set story in the comments of world-class historians who explain the backstage details.” Drama occupies 80% of the time, and the remaining 20% ​​is a documentary.
The series was produced by Nootopia, which used to make a documentary series for History, CNN and National Geographic, including Humanity: The Story of All of Us, America: The History of the United States, and The Search for Jesus: Faith, Facts, Fakes.
All these factors and Chernobyl, which was still released at the beginning of June and amazed all the audience with attention to details and historical truth, raised the bar of expectations from The Last Kings very high. And, as it turned out, the show could not stay on it almost immediately.
Immediately after the premiere, the audience drew attention to gross blunders. To begin with, a mausoleum was spotted on Red Square in Moscow! The action in the series, recall, takes place in the early 1900s.

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