6 They Brought A Few Trucks of Dirt to Kazan Downtown for a Movie

They Brought A Few Trucks of Dirt to Kazan Downtown for a Movie

Posted on October 18, 2018 by tim


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In Kazan downtown they filmed a movie, or exactly to say a TV show. And this movie is set in the past, during the revolution times, and according to a directors vision they didn’t have roads at that time in the city. So..

 

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So they brought a few truckloads full of dirt and just dumped it in the middle of the city to imitate dirt roads.kfu_03

So that it would look like 1917.

 

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They promise they will clean it up soon after the movie shooting ends.

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6 Responses to “They Brought A Few Trucks of Dirt to Kazan Downtown for a Movie”

  1. Igor says:

    Not correct. This is a false statement. The center of Kazan had paved streets in the nineteenth century. It’s just the idea of the illiterate director about how it was. More details here (in Russian):

    https://rdp4v.livejournal.com/3354966.html

  2. Danner says:

    Not Revolution era either. I don’t know Russian vehicles but the car and truck suggest 1930s or 1940s.

  3. Hwesta says:

    Who cares?Another piece of shit,Russian junk movie…

  4. TurboJens says:

    The truck (GAZ-AA/Ford Model AA) was produced from 1932-1950, the regular Model A was produced untill 1936. (As Ford from 1927-1932, the 1927-1929 models looks a bit different)

    More likely a WWII-scenario

  5. Yurgen says:

    Director of this shit is some kind of dumb douchebag.

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