Russian President Peskov’s press secretary called the film ‘Challenge’ shot in space a breakthrough
Filmed in space, the film “The Challenge”, which premiered on Wednesday, April 12, is a breakthrough, said the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov. Write about it RIA News.
He noted the acting abilities of Russian cosmonauts. “A very good movie,” he praised and called it a breakthrough. Peskov added that he really liked the photo. “The cosmic part is just fantastic. And the acting skills of our cosmonauts are a discovery for me,” the Kremlin spokesman said.
Film crew “Challenge” arrived to the International Space Station (ISS) on October 5 and returned on October 17, 2021. The plot of the “Challenge” revolves around a doctor (the role is played by Julia Peresild), who is forced to prepare for a space flight in a month in order to go to the ISS in order to save the astronaut.