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Adventure filming of Russian movies in space

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TERHATHUM: OCT. 6 – A Russian space team has arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) to shoot a film ahead of the US team in a different kind of space competition. Directed by Klim Shipenko, the film stars Yulia Peresild, 37.

The Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft they flew from Baikonur, Kazakhstan, reached the ISS three hours later. American actors Tom Cruise and NASA are also planning to shoot a movie there. As the Russian team flew into space on Tuesday, several television cameras were perched on her 12-year-old daughter, Anna, who was watching from a distance.

Russia’s website says “real heroes have arrived in space.” According to Shipenko’s heroine, Mrs. Carpunina, the director had to lose 15 kg before going into space.

The spacecraft, led by astronaut Anton Skaplerov, was launched at 11:55 a.m. Moscow time as planned. After the flight, the commander said the passengers were “OK.”

Soyuz's automatic docking failed

The Soyuz landed on the ISS three hours after takeoff. It took a while to land on the space station. At that time, the docking had to be done under the control of the astronaut after the automatic ‘docking’ failed.

Under the normal circumstances, the assistance of a flight engineer was available to assist Scaplerov. However, the passengers who were with him this time could not help because of the short training. Eventually, the vehicle landed. He was welcomed by seven people from the Russian territory of the ISS.

Dmitry Jogozin, head of the Raskasmos space agency, tweeted: “Everything is done according to plan.” Although Schapplerov will stay in space for a few more days, the director and actress will stay in space for only 12 days to shoot the film. In the film, Peresild plays a heart doctor who is sent to Earth to save an astronaut. Two astronauts, Oleg Novitsky and Piotr Dubrov, will also star in the film.

The moment the heroine landed on the parachuted ISS
The moment the heroine landed on the parachuted ISS

The film will be shot in the Russian territory of the ISS. But plans for the film are being debated. The film is being planned by Roscosmos chief. A senior official was fired after disagreements over the plan.

But Sergei Krikalev, who had special knowledge of space travel, had to be reinstated after fierce opposition to his dismissal. Another astronaut, Mikhail Kornienko, told the BBC’s Russian Service that he also opposed the plan.

The film will be shot in the Russian territory of the ISS. But plans for the film are being debated. The film is being planned by Roscosmos chief. A senior official was fired after disagreements over the plan.

But Sergei Krikalev, who had special knowledge of space travel, had to be reinstated after fierce opposition to his dismissal. Another astronaut, Mikhail Kornienko, told the BBC‘s Russian Service that he also opposed the plan.

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He said, “ISS is not for dramatists or tourists. It is a big laboratory in space. The work of the professionals working there should not be hampered.”

The film is funded by Russia’s Channel One television. A sister organization of Ruskasms has stated that no expenditure is required from the federal budget.

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