Vladimir Putin subject of Oliver Stone's new Showtime doc
Oliver Stone has gone from recreating history to making it, TV Line reports.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin at length and created The Putin Interviews, a four-part documentary that will air on Showtime in June, the network announced Monday.
Per the official release, the Platoon director had wide-reaching access to the Russian leader’s personal and professional life, interviewing him more than 12 times over the course of two years. Their most recent conversation took place in February.
The documentary’s topics of conversation include U.S. Presidents Trump, Obama, Bush and Clinton, American-Russian relations and Russia’s involvement in Syria and Ukraine.