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Vladimir Kozlov to Make New Film in Tolyatti
17.10.2014 16:13
Vladimir Kozlov to Make New Film in Tolyatti

The screen version of The Skin novel by Vladimir Kozlov will be made in Tolyatti and Samara.

      The famous Russian writer Vladimir Kozlov has reported about his plans to make a new movie in Tolyatti. The film makers assure that this time it will not be necessary to block the city streets for the film shooting. It is a mini budget project that will be implemented by a small team of enthusiasts.

      The future film subject is quite traditional for Vladimir Kozlov’s creativity. “It is a film about life nowadays. It is stern and bare display of reality”, - the film director warns.

      Vladimir Kozlov’s partly biographical books depict the life of provincial youth of the Perestroika years, experiences of the typical representative of the middle class, and personal development of a young man in the context of the big city. He made his debut as a film director with The Ten also based on his own story of the same name.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Tolyatti New Films Russian Literature Russian Cinema Samara 

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