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Another anti-Russian movie shot in Georgia2010-12-24 12:42
Chairman of the commission for territorial integrity of the Georgian parliament Shota Malashkhia told about the completion of shooting of a documental series dedicated to the "occupation" of various countries by the USSR and Russia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by VZGLYAD, Malashkhia said that the movies will tell about the events in those countries that were subject to Soviet "occupation" in Georgia.
The movies will cover such topics as the USSR's troops bringing to Afghanistan, Baltic States and etc. It is reported that the documentals were shot in 15 countries and will soon be shown to a wide audience.
Let us remind you that, as was reported earlier, a film called "5 Days in August" will also be screened in spring 2011 telling about the events that happened in August 2008 in South Ossetia. According to brief synopsis, this is a drama about the war between Georgia and Russia.
The principle characters are an American journalist with his operator and Georgian families that got under the fire. The film stars Rupert Friend, Val Kilmer and Andy Garcia. Film Director Renny Harlin is known for his Die Hard-2 and Cliffhanger.
Let us remind you that the Georgian opposition many times accused the country's government of sponsoring the film, on which 35 million dollars were spent, according to the current authorities' opponents. Mikheil Saakashvili has flatly denied the information.
The shooting of the film about the August war in Georgia started in fall 2009. Renni Harlin asserts that the film will be "neither anti-Russian, nor anti-Georgian, nor anti-American, nor anti-military".