In Vladivostok, the shooting of a large-scale disaster film "MIRA" took place

The first day of filming of the large-scale disaster film "MIRA" took place in Vladivostok on September 13, at the campus stadium of the Far Eastern Federal University.

The story takes place in the near future. Lera Arabova is a 15-year-old girl who lives with her family in Vladivostok. Lera's father has been working at the orbital space station "Mira" for many years and has long lost contact with his daughter, turning into only a voice on the phone. After a meteor shower hits the city, Lera has only one chance to save her loved ones and the city from a new disaster. Her father helps her in this - through satellite surveillance systems and a telephone, he uses every opportunity to convey a message to his daughter, watching from above from the station for her every step.

The main surprise of the Vladivostok block was the participation of Ilya Lagutenko and the Mumiy Troll group in the filming. The artists played street musicians performing their hit Vladivostok 2000 from the cult album Morskaya in an unusual arrangement.

The film is being produced by Mars Media and Amedia Production, directed by Dmitry Kiselev. Cast: Anatoly Bely, Daria Moroz, Veronika Ustimova, Maxim Lagashkin, and others.

The shooting process started in August in Moscow and will continue in Vladivostok until the end of September. Here, the group is scheduled for 12 shooting days at the most iconic locations of the city: the FEFU campus, Tsesarevich Embankment, Yubileyny Beach Embankment, Golden Bridge, etc.

A film crew of 70 people arrived from Moscow, and local staff also works on the set. The actors of the Primorsky theaters were chosen for episodic roles. The largest extras in the history of filming in Vladivostok will gather on the set of "MIRA"

The film "MIRA" will be released in 2023.


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