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Over 300 Voronezh Dwellers Filmed in Elki 1914 Comedy
15.11.2014 20:11
Over 300 Voronezh Dwellers Filmed in Elki 1914 Comedy

Filming of the comedy Elki 1914 took place in the foyer of the Voronezh Opera and Ballet Theater. 

318 city people took part in the film-making process.

The scene of the new film by Timur Bekmambetov is set 100 years ago. According to the scenario members of a New Year party find themselves in the past, on the eve of 1915. The viewers will see 6 short stories about various historical characters.

Voronezh is one of the 8 cities, where the events of Elki 1914 take place. Filming in Perm, Omsk, Saratov, Irkutsk and Kazan has been completed, now it is time for Astana and Krasnoyarsk.

The comedy will go on general release in Russia on December 25.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Cinema New Year Timur Bekmambetov   

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