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Zvyagintsev to Shoot New Movie on Kola Peninsula
29.03.2013 16:40
Zvyagintsev to Shoot New Movie on Kola Peninsula
Andrey Zvyagintsev

The well-known Russian film director Andrey Zvyagintsev has told about his work on the new movie Leviathan, the shooting of which will take place on the Kola Peninsula from August to October 2013.

      “As far back as July last year me and producer Alexander Rodnyansky, jointly with whom we made Elena, started the movie under the working name Leviathan” – the film director informed the Trud newspaper. According to him, already in May construction of scenery will be started in the city of Kirovsk of the Murmansk Region.

      According to Mr. Zvyagintsev, the work on the scenario is in progress and actors’ auditioning is carried out now.

      The story fully hinges on today; it will be implanted in the reality painfully familiar to us. The movie will sharply highlight the most actual problems of social character” – the film director explains.

      Besides, Zvyagintsev has reported that unlike his previous movies Leviathan will involve lots of characters (fifteen), the running time of the movie will be 2 hours 10 minutes, and work on it will have been completed by spring of 2014.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Andrey Zvyagintsev Murmansk Region Kola Peninsula Russian Cinema  

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