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Monday Begins on Saturday to be Screened
28.11.2014 14:17
Monday Begins on Saturday to be Screened

The producer Oleg Teterin has launched filming of the screen version of the novel Monday Begins on Saturday by the Strugatsky Brothers.

      Script writing is under way. The film shooting is planned to be started in the beginning of 2016. The screen version is expected to go on general release in Russia in 2017.

      The film budget will make about 2 million dollars provided by the KROK company and Teterin Film, as well as sponsors.

      The novel Monday Begins on Saturday was for the first time partly screened in 1964. It was a television play directed by Alexander Belinsky.

      The popular film comedy Magicians (1982) by Konstantin Bromberg can also be called the screen version of this novel, but a very remote one. The original script by the Strugatsky Brothers was almost totally rewritten, with just some of its plot motives and characters kept.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Strugatsky Brothers Science Fiction Russian Cinema   

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