Russia in the movies: real or fake

In Good Day to Die Hard, real shots of Moscow were edited into the scenes filmed in Budapest. An extra bridge (right) appeared across Borodinsky Bridge (left). The sign on it suggests that the road leads to Kievsky Vokzal. In reality, it leads away from it.
Google map; ???? ???/Dune Entertainment, Media Magik Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, 2013 "This isn't Moscow", or "this doesn't look like Russia" is a common complaint Russians make when watching movies about... Russia. Can you spot the filming locations in which Russia was real and where it was faked? Here is a list of locations that actually "stood in" for Russia in popular movies and TV shows. **Fake**McMafia
McMafia's Alex is here to visit his childhood home, but there were no buildings like this in Moscow.

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BRIEF HISTORY: SINCE 2002, PRESS RESTRICTIONS WERE GRADUALLY RELAXED AND PRIVATE MEDIA DIVERSIFIED. FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND THE PRESS IS PROMOTED IN 2004.
SINCE THEN MORE THAN 30 AFGHANISTAN BASED TELEVISION CHANNELS BOTH TERRESTRIAL AND SATELLITE AND AROUND 100 RADIO FM STATIONS STARTED OPERATION IN THE COUNTRY.
FOREIGN RADIO STATIONS, SUCH AS VOICE OF AMERICA AND BBC WORLD SERVICE, ALSO BROADCAST INTO THE COUNTRY.