The day before, on January 14, Boris Grachevsky, the legendary creator of the Yeralash newsreel, which was released back in 1974 and is still being filmed, died. Back at the end of December 2020, the director was hospitalized. He was diagnosed with a coronavirus.
Initially, the infection was mild. However, then Grachevsky's condition began to deteriorate, and so much so that at some point he was transferred to intensive care, and then completely entered into a drug-induced coma.
It seemed that Boris Grachevsky got out. After he regained consciousness, a message appeared that the director began to explain himself with gestures with the doctors and even allegedly asked for a berry compote.
However, then information spread that Boris Grachevsky became worse, and the doctor was not given any predictions. And already late in the evening on January 14, it became known that he had died. The director has a nine-month-old son, Philip, from a young wife, Ekaterina Belotserkovskaya.
Many celebrities have commented on the director's death. The journalist, socialite Bozena Rynska did not stand aside either. In her usual manner, she decided to speak out, and without any sentimentality. In her channel in "Telegram" she said:
“As the hero of Chekhov said, about the dead, or nothing, or the truth. Grachevsky was a Russian Weinstein. Climbed to all the young girls. Lapal, matsal, solicited. It is surprising that hundreds of abused people did not make statements during his lifetime. A typical lascivious old Jew with money and opportunities, he constantly opened his hands."
The web reacted violently to the revelations of Bozena. Many considered such messages unacceptable, even if they were true. Other users said that Rynska literally spat into the coffin of the late director.