Premiere Of Balkanska Medja film at Belgrade’s Sava Centre #Balkan_LineJanuary 24, 2020
Tickets for the premiere of the film “Balkanska Medja” (“The Balkan Line”), which took place on 19 th March in Belgrade’s Sava Centre, had been sold out long in advance.
This war spectacle is an action drama inspired by the actual event that took place on June 12th, 1999, when the battalion of Russian paratroopers captured Slatina Airport in Pristina.
This 24-hour-action by the Russian paratroopers that had great geopolitical importance motivated the Russian screenwriters to convey the story through the personal drama of the main characters.
Although the movie basically covers a painful war theme, it also sends a strong message of peace and a lesson about the friendship of the two nations.
The film is produced by Arhangel Studios, and the main roles are given to Milos Bikovic and Miodrag Radonjic.
The Russian film crew was led by director Andrey Volgin who filmed most of the scenes at authentic locations in Serbia.
“The film has this historical event as its basis but we have captured a love story that is incorporated in it.
You cannot make a movie like this and totally adhere to the chronology of the events but you can use them in accordance with the rules of dramaturgy and genre,” explained Bikovic at a press conference.
After Belgrade, “The Balkan Line” will have its premiere in Novi Sad, Niš and other towns across Serbia.
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