Danila Kozlovsky answered the haters of the film “Chernobyl: Abyss” about plagiarism
The famous Russian actor and film director Danila Kozlovsky, who is the director of the new film “Chernobyl: Abyss,” answered all the haters who did not like the first trailer.
The artist posted a new post on his Instagram page, in which he re-introduced the recent trailer, and also answered the audience. According to Gamebomb.ru, Danila Kozlovsky responded to all those who were unhappy who considered the film “Chernobyl: Abyss” to be the usual plagiarism of the series “Chernobyl” from HBO and the “Russian answer.” According to the actor, the first episode of the series “Chernobyl” was released on May 5, 2019, while the shooting of the Russian painting “Chernobyl: Abyss” started exactly 13 days later – on May 18. “That is, if this were our answer, then to the preparation, writing of the script, the search for financing, the approval of locations, the coordination of filming, the search and approval of artists, historical props, tailoring of costumes, the construction of scenery (including water, in Budapest) and much more of another, we would have only 13 days, ”said Kozlovsky.
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The actor hoped that each viewer should be clear that it is impossible to do all of the above for 13 days. According to Kozlovsky, preparing for such a film takes “at least two years, or even more.” Therefore, the entire crew of the film “Chernobyl: Abyss” took several years. Danila Kozlovsky considers it a coincidence that two projects about the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant from different countries are coming out at once. “One came out last year, the second comes out a year later. That’s all, ”concluded the actor. Kozlovsky also believes that such a topic deserves to be published on it more than various projects in different genres.
Recently, Gamebomb.ru already wrote about the release of the first trailer of the film “Chernobyl: The Abyss”, directed and directed by Danila Kozlovsky himself. Viewers ambiguously met the video. There were many who rebuked the creators of the picture that they started making this film only in the wake of the success of the Chernobyl series from HBO. The release of the film “Chernobyl: Abyss” is scheduled for October 8, 2020.