The New Movie That Will Be Shot In Space Will Make Russia..

Russia is going to set a record, as the Eastern European nation is swiftly advancing to become the only country on the planet to shoot a film in space.

Russia has additionally announced plans to send 35 year-old celebrated actress and a director Yulia Peresild to the International Space Station (ISS) – 250 miles above earth in October 2021.

The actress will go to the International Space Station to shoot a film about a surgeon who goes into space to treat a cosmonaut. She will go through thorough training prior to featuring in the new space film.


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The film will recount the story of a surgeon who needs to work on a wiped out cosmonaut in space since his ailment keeps him from getting back to earth to be treated. The film which is being developed as a team with Elon Musk’s SpaceX, is relied upon to be momentous.

Before long, the Yulia Peresild and Klim Shipenko will start a preparation regime that will include training trips for zero gravity and parachute preparation before the shooting of the film begins. They will make a beeline for the ISS from the Baikonur cosmodrome spaceport in Kazakhstan on the Soyuz MS-19 shuttle.

The film, which has no released date yet, is being developed as a team with Roscosmos, telecaster Channel One and studio Yellow, Black and White.

It will be shot in space and directed by 37-year-old famous russian director Klim Shipenko.

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