new video loaded: Russian Film Crew Returns From Shoot on Space Station
Russian Film Crew Returns From Shoot on Space Station
The Russian actress Yulia Peresild and the film director Klim Shipenko returned to Earth after spending 12 days aboard the International Space Station filming the first feature-length drama with scenes shot in space.
20 meters, guys. Brace yourself. Touchdown confirmed. Touchdown confirmed at 11:35 p.m. Central time, 12:35 a.m. Eastern time. 10:35 a.m. Kazakhstan time. Oleg Novitsky home after 191 days in space, the 12-day moviemaking mission of Peresild and Shipenko at an end. “Producer-director Klim Shipenko now out of the Soyuz.” “You ok?” And there’s Yulia Peresild, the Russian actress, now out of the Soyuz vehicle. Having a few minutes to bask in Sunday morning sunlight, they soon will be carried into the nearby inflatable medical tent to get out of those Russian Sokol launch and entry suits and into more comfortable clothing. Yulia Peresild, the Russian actress, having been handed a bouquet of flowers. They will be flown in three Russian Mi-8 helicopters back to Karaganda, Kazakhstan, a short time from now.
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