The first Russian film shot in space
Whether it’s “Star Wars,” “Star Trek,” “Interstellar,” “Gravity,” or “The Martian,” all great movies and series about space have one thing in common: they appear on screen from the first to the last scene. Earth included. That will change next week. Then an actress and producer/photographer go into space. They stay for about two weeks at the ISS, to shoot a movie there, 400 kilometers above Earth. It is the first extraterrestrial movie ever recorded. For Russia, which sells the flight, the mission is a welcome source of income.
Actress Julia Peresild is 37 years old. She plays the main role in the movie visa (the challenge). In the movie, an astronaut becomes ill. He cannot return to Earth, so the surgeon played by Yulia goes to space to operate on him and save his life. The camera in the new film was done by Klim Sjipenko, who will accompany him to the International Space Station.
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On their way to the International Space Station, Yulia and Klim are joined by experienced astronaut Anton Shkaplerov. They will launch together on Tuesday morning around 10.55am Dutch time. After a little more than three hours in flight, they arrived at the International Space Station. There are actually three Americans, two Russians, a Japanese and a Frenchman living there. On the night of October 16-17, Yulia and Klim should return to Earth.
Filming on the International Space Station, Russia is ahead of the United States. Actor Tom Cruise also wants to go to the International Space Station after a while to shoot a movie there. SpaceX co-stars entrepreneur Elon Musk.
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